It’s the holidays, and berries are everywhere! Beautiful, delicious berries. Cherry is not a berry per se, but it’s definitely a similar aesthetic element thrown in with all that wonderful Americana décor. Inspired by the cherry, its flavor and its beauty, we wanted to make a holiday beverage as festive as a happy Christmas wreath. And we think we did a pretty good job with the Cherry Berry Bourbon Fizz.
Ho! Ho! Ho! It’s Santa time! He’s everywhere these days: his face, his sleigh, his big belly. Kris Kringle is known for many things, but being fit certainly isn’t one of them. We talked to a few friends who lamented the unhealthy elements that the most wonderful time of the year inevitably brings. These friends told us while they love the holiday spirit, they wish there were lighter, healthier options that wouldn’t weigh them down at every party. So we came up with Santa’s Skinny Pomtini. It’s packed with flavor but not with calories for our friends that are trying to watch it.
Welcome back to the table! We want to inspire everyone we know this season to get back to what matters and back to the real fun of the holidays.
Mind on my money? Money on my mind? Nah, not for us. But we’ll take the gin and juice! Here’s a holiday treat for your party guests, or just something to sip on while lounging at home.
You’d have to be a real Scrooge not to feel the holiday spirit with the Bourbon Bubbler. Everything from the way it looks, to the warmth it creates with every sip just beckons us to come back to the table, back to the celebration with loved ones. It’s a beautiful thing.
There’s something about the flavor of peach we find very wintery. It’s usually more closely associated with summer, but there’s something about its mild sweetness and delicate taste that make us think of a cold winter’s day. And so, we set out on a mission to create the perfect winter peach cocktail.
Some of the most memorable American holiday traditions revolve around food. When we think of the holidays, we conjure up visions of turkey and gravy, roasted ham and mashed potatoes, or even sugarplums that dance in our heads.
As we’re inching closer to this holiday season, we can’t help but feel inspired. We’re inspired by those consummately American traditions this time of year: family meals with all the staples, family get-togethers with drinks and memories, trees, wreaths, the whole shebang. But just a few weeks ago we were also inspired by our friends with the Lee Initiative.