12 Best Substitutes for Orgeat Syrup

Orgeat syrup is a common ingredient in different cocktails. This syrup is made of almonds, rose water, and sugar, and the original recipe contained a barley-almond blend. Some brands of…

Does Rum Expire or Go Bad?

Used by the Royal Navy for grog (a mixture of rum and beer) and enjoyed by the pirates as bumbo (a mixture of rum, water, sugar, and nutmeg), rum is…

What Are Bitters? (How Much is a Dash?)

When it comes to crafting the best cocktails, bartenders have been using bitters for centuries. What originated as medicines slowly crept their way to behind the bar and made their…

Easy Frozen Margarita Recipe (Peach Version)

This frozen margarita recipe is extremely cold, slushy, and delicious! When it's really hot outside and the usual cocktail doesn't help, this frosty ice goo becomes a lifesaver. The cocktail…

Different Types of Tequila Explained

Tequila is a world-famous spirit that has been origin protected, meaning that it cannot be produced anywhere else except in Mexico. This fiery alcoholic drink is made by distilling the…

30 Best Gin Cocktails You Have to Taste

Gin is a strong alcoholic drink with strength of at least 37.5% (according to generally accepted standards). Typically, gin is produced in vertical pot stills and re-distilled after the addition…

15 Best Disaronno Cocktails (Easy Recipes)

Today we will talk about cocktails based on the wonderful Disaronno Originale liqueur, from Lombardy in northern Italy. What is Disaronno? Disaronno Originale is a type of amaretto liqueur containing…

10 Best Amaro Nonino Substitutes

The name, “Amaro Nonino”, itself sounds like quite an exquisite brand. Have you ever been curious about it or tried to imagine what it tastes like? It is an Italian…

Rum vs Vodka: What’s the Difference?

Both rum and vodka are famous alcoholic beverages that you can drink plain or in combination with different ingredients. They are classic ingredients in cocktails themselves and it seems that…

Gin vs Vodka: What’s the Difference?

The differences between vodka and gin are many but both of them are very popular alcoholic beverages. You can enjoy both gin and vodka by themselves with a few ice…