November is almost over, and that means that the holiday season is here. Ever since I was little, this has been my absolute favorite time of year. I don’t get nostalgic for much (or at all, really) but the awesomeness of the time around Thanksgiving and Christmas is an absolute obsession.
I’m not really sure when this become a thing, but as soon as Fall hits we are inundated with pumpkin this...
If you’re on the lookout for new refreshing cocktails for this Labor Day weekend, look no further than this recipe using BACARDÍ Reserva Ocho.
The deeper I get into my 30s the more I’ve noticed those subtle early signs of aging creeping in. The smile lines around my eyes are sticking around a little longer, there’s definite popping when I stand up or sit down, and exercise is becoming more and more necessary to maintain my weight.
When it comes to summer, it’s safe to say that I get pretty excited about everything that comes with it. Great weather, backyard parties, vacations, hanging by the water, cooking and eating outside—I know I can’t be alone. While I’ve always been this way, I have to note something interesting I noticed about how the season is enjoyed after making my move to Los Angeles oh so many years ago: the locale specifics.
Cinco De Mayo is right around the corner, and with that, we start to see tequila recipes come across our feeds. I’ve had no less than 10 pitches in the last week for the tequila heavy holiday, but the one that caught my eye is from my friends at Olmeca Altos.
I make a lot of new friends when I travel. Especially at the hotel bar I’m staying at. Most recently, I spent some time in Puerto Rico at the La Concha Resort.
A few months back, I introduced you to the Don Q brand and touched on their 150+ years of rum making. Now, I’m back to share with you a new favorite from the Serrallés family, their Don Q Gran Añejo rum.