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DIY vs. Buy: Should I Make My Own Elderflower Cordial?

DIY vs. Buy Marcia Simmons 5 comments

Elderflower liqueur is a magical potion—a little bit will revive and brighten Champagne that's heading south or enhance the botanicals in a good gin. It perks up a drink by adding a little sweetness and a light floral touch. Though it was once hard to find in the states, elderflower liqueur is now such a common and essential mixing ingredient that it's called "bartender's ketchup" in cocktail circles. More

Brunch Drinks: The Herbaliser

Heather Arndt Anderson Post a comment

What's nicer in the morning than a cup of herbal tea? A cup of herbal tea with a shot of honey liqueur and elderflower cordial. You don't have to be a gray-braided apothecary hippie to appreciate herbs in the morning. More

That's The Spirit: St-Germain and Pür Blossom Elderflower Liqueur

Spirit Reviews Andrew Strenio Post a comment

Relatively unknown in North America until about five years ago, elderflower liqueur has come a long way from its humble origins as a medicinal cordial. Today we're comparing the popular brand St-Germain to another version from Pür Spirits. More

Tequila Thursday: The Yellow Jacket

The Serious Eats Team Post a comment

If your yearly tequila intake is limited to slushy-machine margaritas or shots gulped at loud parties, you haven't even begun to experience what this spirit has to offer. So your loyal Drinks team has decided to dig up a delicious tequila cocktail recipe every Thursday for you to try. More

Cocktails and Spirits with Paul Clarke: St. Germain

Paul Clarke 6 comments

Since its debut earlier this year, St. Germain has been collecting plenty of accolades: The delicate elderflower liqueur took a double gold medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition, and on Sunday it was selected as Best New Product during the Tales of the Cocktail Spirit Awards. More

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