Serving the right drinks can make your party, reception or dinner complete. Choosing the right wine with your meal or having special drinks or punches at your shower or theme party can add just the right touch, and wow your guests.
But everyone can be a star bartender at their own party if they
have the recipes for unusual cocktails and traditional favorites. Check the list of wine spritzers, cocktails and punches that Chiff.com users have shared in our drink
& cocktail recipe section or take a tour of the top sites on mixology just up ahead and read feature stories for specialty drinks served at home or at the office ....
Take a page from a Prohibition bartender's guide with classic drink recipes for the High Ball, the Dubonnet Cocktail, the Long Island Iced Tea and other mixed drinks and cocktails you can imbibe under the radar ...
The secret to surviving the office party is to at least appear hip with the drinking crowd while still maintaining your decorum. The first trick? Get in league with the bartender who can serve up nonalcoholic cocktails to help maintain your cover
as a teetotaler ...
Whether it be a wee dram (or two) or a several days worth of tasting Scotland's single malts, there are opportunities galore for scotch whiskey fans on their next trip to Scotland. Find out where in our travel guide to touring distilleries
near Edinburgh, around the West Coast, Speyside and more ....
More drink recipes around the Web:
BarDrinks.com - Find drink recipes searchable by keyword, name
or ingredient, or browseable in an alphabetical list, along with quick links to classic, frozen and hot drinks.
Schweppes - A bracing tonic of flash animation and seriously fun content, Schweppes includes a complete Mixology 101 course, tips and advice on hosting a great party, plus recipes for the top classics including the highball, the martini, manhattan, old fashioned and whiskey sour.
Easy Party Punch Recipes - Browse a brief history of the origins of punch, with complete tips and tricks to making the perfect concoction, what to serve it in, and over a dozen recipes including champagne, mint julep, sherbet and rum punch.