We can trace the history of liqueurs, like this one, back to the 13th century, when alchemist monks first derived the spirits as healing medicines. Unlike the monks, we won't keep our recipe secret. Here's how to make your own Kahlúa-style liqueur.
I always thought roses were just a pretty flower until I met the Rosa rugosa 'Hansa.' Its blooms can be used for many things, including infusing a brandy concoction that mixes beautifully with sparkling wine.
Whether you want to celebrate the last day of Maslenitsa, Saint Patrick’s Day with a Russian twist, or the coming birch sugar season, this is the drink for you. The Irish-cream-like mixture dilutes the intense flavor of birch syrup, helping to reveal
I saw 'homemade Irish cream liquor' pop up on Punk Domestics facebook wall this morning and started clicking. It inspired this - whose ingredients I pulled from multiple recipes and then made it my own. Éirinn go Brách!