Every so often, I like to go to Texas Roadhouse, not for the food, but for those infamous Texas Roadhouse drinks. You know the ones: they are sweet, cold, and have just enough alcohol in them to make you pull up a ridesharing app. The only problem with getting them from Texas Roadhouse is that you cannot control the amount of alcohol that goes into them and, eventually, they are going to cut you off.
Have you heard about Victoria’s Kitchen almond water? Victoria’s Kitchen had people intrigued by their product when they came on the television show Shark Tank. What is this intriguing product? All-Natural Almond water.
Do you know how to make Puerto Rican hot chocolate? Puerto Rican hot chocolate has a very special place in the hearts of the residents of Puerto Rico. The recipe has been around for many years, but it also happens to be easy to make.
Ahh, the Moose Milk drink, a Canadian delicacy. A frothy alcoholic beverage served either warm or cold and shared amongst your (adult) family and friends. Some people also know it as Canadian Egg Nog.
A Blue Motorcycle drink is the perfect cocktail for any occasion. It does not require a lot of equipment or skills, but is delicious and has a kick to it! It can be enjoyed during a party or by the pool at sunset, it’s refreshing and tasty, and it can get the party going.
You can find Japanese foods all over the world; and Japanese restaurants offer a wide variety of choices, which can satisfy most taste buds – from sushi and noodles to ramen and soba, and a lot of seafood, like sashimi and tempura… the list is practically endless!
As winter slowly comes to an end and the summer sun is upon us, cool escapes are again becoming the epicenter and core weapon against the sun’s raging heat. A honey dripper, or more widely known as Lilly Dilly or Cherry Berry, is one such item.
You’re having a gathering at home, and you’ve seriously been planning to absolutely wow your guests. This cocktail is definitely an absolute staple at Chili’s Restaurants, where it’s been featured.
If you’ve never heard of the rusa drink, that’s okay. It’s a traditional Mexican fruit soda, with a sharp and mouthwatering twist. Rusa is typically made using citrusy and nectarous fruits like oranges, grapefruits, and pineapples. Some people also add fresh coconut to the drink.
This bright blue cocktail is a delight to serve to your guests either in a punch bowl or as an individual cocktail. It is definitely more geared towards those who have a sweet tooth. Let’s get started with our take on the Moose Bowl Recipe.