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This Pretty Pink Gin is Born from Rosé Grapes, Juniper Berries, and Mint

Thought nothing could match your summertime rosé obsession? Well, meet Wolffer’s new pink gin. Yes, Wolffer is the one that makes that rosé you love. And the same grapes are actually used to make their new pretty pink gin, too. Well, actually, what starts as wine is turned to gin thanks to a distillation process that includes hand picked and Estate grown Juniper berries and … Continue reading This Pretty Pink Gin is Born from Rosé Grapes, Juniper Berries, and Mint

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How to Make a Watermelon Keg in 4 Simple Steps

Watermelons are truly the perfect summer fruit. While it might seem like they’re having a trendy resurgence, the truth is that we wait all year for watermelon season. It’s just that brands like Seagrams with its new watermelon-enhanced vodka have finally caught up to what the people want. Fresh watermelon is an instant crowd-pleaser, and because it’s so juicy, those watermelon cubes can soak up some serious booze. However, … Continue reading How to Make a Watermelon Keg in 4 Simple Steps

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Red, White and Blue Cocktails for Fourth of July

We love a good July 4th BBQ! From flag cakes to Old Navy flag shirts, everything is red, white and blue and that should include your cocktail. Here are some fun recipes from our favorite brands. Pinnacle Citrus-Spangled Spritzer 1 part Pinnacle Citrus Vodka 1 part DeKuyper Blue Curacao Liqueur 2 parts Lemon Soda 1 part Grenadine Lemon for garnish Blueberries for garnish Mint Sprig … Continue reading Red, White and Blue Cocktails for Fourth of July

Homemade Easter Marshmallows

It isn’t Easter without Peeps! But who knows what’s really in those adorable little fluffy treats anyway? I for one am moving against a lot of store bought stuff, especially when I can make it at home! Forget store-bought and try your hand at fluffy, colorful Easter marshmallows! Flavored with McCormick® Pure Vanilla Extract and decorated with homemade colored sugar using NEON! Food Colors, they’re … Continue reading Homemade Easter Marshmallows

Awesome Easter Egg Coloring Ideas

Last minute rush to get those eggs colored in time for your hunt? We’ve got you covered with these cool coloring ideas. Say It Colorfully Spread Easter cheer with with food color and a paint brush. Here’s how: Mix 5 drops of yellow food color with 1 teaspoon vinegar and 1/2 cup hot water. Place egg in mixture for 5 minutes. Pat dry. Place a … Continue reading Awesome Easter Egg Coloring Ideas

Popcorn Pairings for Awards Season

Awards season is here! If you’re anything like us, we love celebrating this season because it’s another excuse to drink wine! For an Oscar-themed party, we’ve put together some delightful popcorn pairings We hope you enjoy! DARK CHOCOLATE SEA SALT POPCORN 10 cups popped popcorn 4 Tablespoons grapeseed oil 6 Tablespoons hot chocolate powder Sea salt to taste Sprinkle with grated dark chocolate Pair this … Continue reading Popcorn Pairings for Awards Season

Snow Day Cooking with Kids

It’s a snow day! Hooray! We are in the middle of the ‘bomb cyclone’  – whatever that is – and the kids, and mom, couldn’t be happier! To be honest, going back to real life after holiday break was hard on the four of us. We loved spending all our days together and those first few morning hours on January 2 were tough. So, this … Continue reading Snow Day Cooking with Kids

Health Benefits of Rum

There’s a reason Captain Jack looks so good and we’ve got our money on the rum. Rum is one of the oldest spirits available, becoming part of the tradition and culture of the Caribbean. It is one of the oldest branded spirits ever made and the fact that it’s so prevalent in modern alcoholic drinks speaks to its familiarity. Produced from sugar cane juice or … Continue reading Health Benefits of Rum