Say cheers to the joys of warmer days with the ultimate party-pleasing punch – lush and lovely sangria
Cola de mono, which directly translates as ‘monkey’s tail,’ is Chile’s customary Christmas drink. It mainly consists of milk, sugar, coffee, cloves and a generous splash of the potent South American liquor, aguardiente.
Just picture it. You and your friends gathered around the fire after a smashing braai, sipping on hot mugs of Amarula-spiked coffee. Sounds pretty good, right? Bookmark this cowboy coffee recipe and make it happen!
Want a taste of Italy’s most popular cocktail? Serve Aperol Spritz in wine glasses as the Italians do or omit the Prosecco and soda, and serve the straight Aperol in a tumbler over ice.
Whether you’re lactose intolerant, going dairy-free or just can’t resist this beautiful recipe, you won’t miss the milk in this decadent banana split health shake.
We’re reinventing the wine cocktail in a big way (and right in time for the warmer weather!) by turning them into gourmet slushies! Berries are coming into season and they pair perfectly with vanilla and a glass of robust red. Introducing our amazing Merlot slushies!
A frozen cocktail made with bold sparkling wine and pomegranate is the what you need in your life for cocktail hour this week. Gather your friends and waste no time in whipping up our champagne and pomegranate slushy to ring in the weekend.
There isn’t much as comforting as a cup of hot chocolate on a grey winter day. It’s been described as ‘more
than a food, less than a drug’, and that definitely rings true for modern chocoholics who have those clever ancient Mayans to thank for transforming ordinary little cacao pods into the scrumptious confectionery we know and love as hot chocolate today. Try this cocoa recipe with a kick of chilli to warm you up.
One benefit of being a grown-up? You can treat yourself to creamy, boozy dessert cocktails after dinner.
Celebrate cocktail hour with something inspired by the tropical summer isles. A batch of our mango-coconut daiquiris will always go down well at the end of a long work week.