This illustrated cocktail print features 11 beautiful watercolour paintings of mouthwatering cocktails. Each cocktail is accompanied by its recipe!  They have all been tried and tested- and the recipes are all by her fiancé (hes an ex-bar manager - what a team!)  Cocktails featured- bellini amaretto sour martini margarita bramble cosmopolitan old fashioned tennessee bee mojito daiquiri gin garden  Perfect above a bar trolley, in a kitchen, or above your drinks cabinet!   Each print is…

This illustrated cocktail print features 11 beautiful watercolour paintings of mouthwatering cocktails. Each cocktail is accompanied by its recipe! They have all been tried and tested- and the recipes are all by her fiancé (hes an ex-bar manager - what a team!) Cocktails featured- bellini amaretto sour martini margarita bramble cosmopolitan old fashioned tennessee bee mojito daiquiri gin garden Perfect above a bar trolley, in a kitchen, or above your drinks cabinet! Each print is…

The Strawberry Mexican Mojito is Perfect for Valentine's Day! Strawberry Mexican Mojito. I bet you can guess what you’re getting. Lime juice, strawberries, mint and (this is the best part) tequila! This is the perfect Valentine's drink if you're not feeling chocolate and mint in a Grasshopper. Instead of chocolate covered strawberries, you get tequila soaked strawberries —which is more exciting and romance inducing.

The Strawberry Mexican Mojito is Perfect for Valentine's Day! Strawberry Mexican Mojito. I bet you can guess what you’re getting. Lime juice, strawberries, mint and (this is the best part) tequila! This is the perfect Valentine's drink if you're not feeling chocolate and mint in a Grasshopper. Instead of chocolate covered strawberries, you get tequila soaked strawberries —which is more exciting and romance inducing.

Mint Jelly The mint in my garden has come back with full force. I make this jelly every year. It is so easy and always turns out well. We like it with lamb, and on toast or biscuits. Think I'll grab a few mint leaves, mix me up a Mojito to sip and get busy making this jelly. YUM. If you have mint, this is what to do with it.

Mint Jelly The mint in my garden has come back with full force. I make this jelly every year. It is so easy and always turns out well. We like it with lamb, and on toast or biscuits. Think I'll grab a few mint leaves, mix me up a Mojito to sip and get busy making this jelly. YUM. If you have mint, this is what to do with it.

This refreshing Non-Alcoholic Raspberry Mojito is what you need on hot summer day. A combination of fresh raspberries, mint, lime juice, sparkling soda and a hint of sweetness will make you crave for more! ❤ COOKTORIA.COM

This refreshing Non-Alcoholic Raspberry Mojito is what you need on hot summer day. A combination of fresh raspberries, mint, lime juice, sparkling soda and a hint of sweetness will make you crave for more! ❤ COOKTORIA.COM

What’s better than a fresh Mojito? A Mojito that’s prepared with your own organic homegrown mint. Follow our simple 3 step guide and you’ll be sipping away in no time! Oh, and be sure to be generous with the blueberries! Stir, Sip, and Enjoy!  | Nature’s Care

What’s better than a fresh Mojito? A Mojito that’s prepared with your own organic homegrown mint. Follow our simple 3 step guide and you’ll be sipping away in no time! Oh, and be sure to be generous with the blueberries! Stir, Sip, and Enjoy! | Nature’s Care

The Americano, despite its name, was actually originally created in Italy. It is believed that in the early 1900s the Italians noticed that many of those who enjoyed this particular cocktail (known as the “Milano-Torino” at the time) were in fact, Americans. The drink was therefore renamed “Americano” as a tribute. Another thought is that the name came from the Italian word “amero”, meaning bitter.

The Americano, despite its name, was actually originally created in Italy. It is believed that in the early 1900s the Italians noticed that many of those who enjoyed this particular cocktail (known as the “Milano-Torino” at the time) were in fact, Americans. The drink was therefore renamed “Americano” as a tribute. Another thought is that the name came from the Italian word “amero”, meaning bitter.

Most gardeners have a bittersweet relationship with mint, this creeping, prolific, and rather "invasive" herb. If you have mint growing in your garden, you're either asking yourself how to contain it, what to actually do with it, or whether you just want to tear it out. Everyone with a mint patch has, at some point, been knee-deep with mint. And you can only make so many mojitos. The fresh, bright flavor of mint can be used for everything from cocktails and salads to sauces and ...

Most gardeners have a bittersweet relationship with mint, this creeping, prolific, and rather "invasive" herb. If you have mint growing in your garden, you're either asking yourself how to contain it, what to actually do with it, or whether you just want to tear it out. Everyone with a mint patch has, at some point, been knee-deep with mint. And you can only make so many mojitos. The fresh, bright flavor of mint can be used for everything from cocktails and salads to sauces and ...

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