Drinks



Do you love that first mug of coffee in the morning, a refreshing lemonade on a hot summer day, or a glass of excellent red wine to accompany a meal? F&W's guide to drinks features everything you need for a good sip. From seasonal cocktails to indulgent hot chocolates, our extensive archive of recipes will keep you inspired-and your thirst quenched-when you want to make drinks at home. There are also tips from our F&W experts on how to pair your drinks with food. For travelers (or even if you want to see what's new in your neighborhood), we've included our picks for where to drink across the globe. Always wanted to learn more about your favorite drink? Read our in-depth guides to beer styles, wine regions, types of tea and more.

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Stop the Hourglass

Chantal Tseng's take on a refreshing summer drink pairs juicy, ripe peaches with cool and refreshing mint tea. Amontillado sherry, with notes of vanilla and toasted hazelnuts, adds a sweet, pleasant complexity to this frozen sipper. The fresh peaches and mint tea ice cubes tame the heat of the alcohol and ginger.

Be Cool

Boozy, bitter, and tart, this vibrant red blended drink sips like a frozen Negroni. It's the perfect not-too-sweet boozy frozen summer slushy. Keyatta Mincey-Parker's method of infusing the blanc vermouth with whole dried hibiscus flowers imparts their fruity and floral sweetness without masking the delicate aromas and flavor.

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Cherry Cordial

Packed with the sweet flavor of ripe fruit and rounded out with subtle notes of orange, cardamom, and ginger, this cherry cordial has countless uses. Add a splash to a glass of sparkling wine or lemonade, or serve over ice with plenty of tonic water. Brush cherry cordial on layers of chocolate cake before frosting, or drizzle it over crepes or vanilla ice cream.