This cordial was named based on its main ingredient, coriander, which was used historically to bring luck and ward off illness.
by Victoria Redhed Miller
Glean grains of understanding about the importance of yeast and bacteria in enhancing whiskey flavors through fermentation, prior to distillation.
Use these six simple recipes, featuring flavor-rich ingredients, to create unique and creative additions to your mixed drinks.
Create a smoky, intense twist on this Italian lemon liqueur by charring the lemons before infusing them with vodka.
Raise your spirits game with this crisp, warm, fragrant infusion that can be used in a variety of fresh cocktails.
This liquor infusion makes a perfect spiked, coffee-based dessert. Pour it over a scoop of ice cream for a sweet, boozy, chocolatey masterpiece.
Use fresh pomegranate juice, or make your own with pomegranate seeds, in this cocktail recipe delicately flavored with vanilla and agave nectar.
Bring the antioxidants and vitamins of peas to this delicious cocktail of lemon juice, elderflower cordial, vodka, and more.
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