A tongue-in-cheek concoction brought to you by spunky mixologist Kelsey Didit of NYC hotspot Bustan.
This frosty concoction requires only two ingredients: mango sorbet and champagne.
It's the cocktail that looks and tastes like dessert.
Up the ante on your New Year's bubbly.
It's festive, fruity and made with fresh ingredients. What could be a better way to ring in the new year?
And its recipe comes straight from French 57, a hip new bar in Tel Aviv that combines soulful New Orleans style and local Israeli ingredients.
Everyone's favorite holiday drink done right.
This fruity concoction is the ultimate elixir to keep the sickies away.
This glorious mixed drink welcomes you to fall in style.
When warm weather gets you craving something sweet and cold, this is the ticket. It's also a great energy booster.
Refresh your morning with this easy 2-step fruit smoothie.
The creamy speckled flesh of this fiery-colored fruit is a natural base for this cocktail.
Avocado in a smoothie? Trust us. It's good fat, and great taste.
Make your New Year's gathering memorable with an all-natural punch that's packed with Vitamin C and flavor.
A steamy cup of cocoa with a hint of peanut butter, thick swirl of whipped cream and a nutty, chocolate topping.