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Strawberry Daiquiri

Whip up a crowd-friendly batch cocktail for summer with this recipe, which calls for just four ingredients-fresh limes, sugar, fresh strawberry, and white rum.

Author: Martha Stewart

Homemade Hot Chocolate

Hot-chocolate mix is a wintertime staple. A homemade version is delicious and natural-containing only cocoa, sugar, and salt-and especially economical compared with store-bought mixes.

Author: Martha Stewart

Extra Dirty Martini

Dashes of olive brine give the classic extra-dirty martini a salty edge.

Author: Martha Stewart

Hot Chocolate Mix

This mix will keep all winter if stored in an airtight container. A dollop of fresh whipped cream is a perfect complement to a mug of cocoa, but you can also add a pinch of cinnamon for Mexican hot chocolate...

Author: Martha Stewart

Limeade

Thanks to an abundance of limes in Jamaica, limeade is a common drink. Unsweetened bottled lime juice can be swapped instead of fresh for an even quicker limeade. From the book "Lucinda's Authentic Jamaican...

Author: Martha Stewart

Frozen Mango Margarita

Cooling and thirst-quenching, this spicy-sweet frozen margarita is well-worth lugging out the blender for. Using reposado tequila in the refreshing cocktail lends a subtle smokiness that really enhances...

Author: Greg Lofts

Watermelon Cucumber Cooler

Nothing screams summer quite like a pretty pink watermelon cocktail.

Author: Martha Stewart

Pineapple Rum Cocktail

Celebrate warmer breezes by sharing a tropical combo: fruity rum drinks and Chicken Satay Skewers with a spicy peanut sauce.

Author: Martha Stewart

Mint, Cucumber, and Vodka Cocktails

This refreshing drink is the perfect complement to our Lemongrass Beef Skewers and Rice Noodles with Scallions and Herbs.

Author: Martha Stewart

Hibiscus Iced Tea

Steeped hibiscus flowers make a tart, fruity tea. You can also brew store-bought hibiscus tea bags as strong as you like.

Author: Martha Stewart

Cherry Bounce

Legend has it that the cherry bounce, a drink popular in the southern United States, was one of George Washington's favorite tipples. It was originally made with brandy, but you can also use bourbon, vodka,...

Author: Anna Kovel

Classic Martinis

Shaken or stirred? Vodka or gin? The classic martini can be varied according to your tastes and garnished. Try it with our vermouth-soaked olives. When Martha made this recipe on Cooking School episode...

Author: Martha Stewart

Red Iced Tea

Iced tea with orange and lemon slices is one of Martha's favorite summer drinks.

Author: Martha Stewart

Warm Cider and Rum Punch

For a fun and festive holiday gathering, make this crowd-pleasing spiked punch.

Author: Martha Stewart

Martha's Classic Eggnog

A giant hotel-silver punch bowl holds Martha's signature eggnog, rich with cream and laced with rum, bourbon, and Cognac.

Author: Martha Stewart

Hot Buttered Rum

This variation on the basic recipe takes advantage of the deep flavor in a good, dark rum, perfectly enhanced by a spiced butter made with brown sugar -- rum's raw material -- and assertive spices such...

Author: Martha Stewart

Grasshopper

Creme de menthe gives this classic after-dinner drink its iconic green color.

Author: Martha Stewart

Brandy Alexander

This great brandy alexander drink recipe is courtesy of Ti Adelaide Martin and Lally Brennan, and it can be found in their recipe book, "In the Land of Cocktails."

Author: Martha Stewart

Red Rooster Cocktail

Audience members ask Martha and Emeril Thanksgiving questions and their favorite holiday drinks.

Author: Martha Stewart

Mulled White Wine

This warming drink has the flavorful depth of the classic red version but is lighter in body. Choose a white that's not too acidic, such as a Viognier or an oaked Chardonnay (wines that are more astringent...

Author: Martha Stewart

Raspberry Lemonade Punch

This easy punch can be made right before serving.

Author: Martha Stewart

Spiced Apple Cider

On a cool fall day, enjoy a mug of warm apple cider. Cinnamon stick stirrers add spice and extra flavor to our favorite seasonal beverage.

Author: Martha Stewart

Anisette

If you could bottle a winter evening by the fire, it would look and taste like our anisette liqueur. Coriander and fennel seeds and star anise turn into a spicy digesif that you can enjoy on its own or...

Author: Martha Stewart

Caipirinha

It doesn't get simpler or more refreshing than a classic caipirinha, which is the national cocktail of Brazil. The sweet-tart drink calls for just three ingredients: lime, sugar, and cachaça, a sugarcane...

Author: Martha Stewart

Mint Tea

Once you sip a cup of your own home-brewed mint tea, you may never go back to tea bags. If you're drinking it hot, add a squeeze of lemon. Or pour cooled tea over ice cubes, and garnish with a sprig of...

Author: Martha Stewart

Cream Soda Syrup

Make classic cream soda at home with this simple recipe from Anton Nocito of P&H Soda and Syrup. Also Try:Grapefruit Soda Syrup, Quince Soda Syrup

Author: Martha Stewart

Texas Margarita

Freshly squeezed orange juice adds another layer of flavor and sets this otherwise classic margarita apart.

Author: Martha Stewart

Pineapple and Mango Rum Cocktails

A simple yet exotic cooler mixes pureed mango, golden rum, and pineapple juice into a tropical treat.

Author: Martha Stewart

Eggnog

A delectable drink, Eggnog is a holiday favorite.

Author: Martha Stewart

Bourbon Hot Toddy

Honey mellows the bite of bourbon in this warming winter cocktail spiced with cinnamon and cloves.

Author: Martha Stewart

Classic Iced Sun Tea

Bright sunlight helps slow-brew Ceylon orange pekoe tea and cold water into a deeply flavored beverage strong enough to withstand abundant ice, yet without bitterness, making it a favorite for a summer...

Author: Martha Stewart

Limoncello

Our version of the limoncello-lemon-infused Italian liqueur-is bright and refreshing.

Author: Martha Stewart

Peach Iced Tea

Peach nectar, mint, and lemon give strong-brewed tea a special zing.

Author: Martha Stewart

Hibiscus Honey Iced Tea

Serve up this lively (with or without rum) red tea to guests at an elegant luncheon.

Author: Martha Stewart

Homemade Sour Mix

This fresh citrus blend is a big step up from store-bought versions and takes only a few minutes to make. Use it in any cocktail that calls for sour mix.

Author: Martha Stewart

Strawberry Basil Iced Tea

Strawberries and basil give nuance to iced tea. The drink is toted in an old-fashioned glass jar, with ice added just before serving. Small bags of pistachios are the perfect accompaniment.

Author: Martha Stewart

Christmas Punch

In the 17th century, employees of the British East India Company discovered punch, a beguiling combination of spirits, water, lemon, sugar, and spices that became synonymous with good cheer and festive...

Author: Martha Stewart

Watermelon Punch and Bowl

Hollowed watermelon becomes a rustic serving bowl for a drink made with its juice, ensuring nothing goes to waste.

Author: Martha Stewart

Lychee Martini

Sweet lychees add a delicious twist to a traditional vodka martini for a noteworthy cocktail.

Author: Martha Stewart

Planter's Punch

This classic cocktail that dates back to 1800s London is perfect for sipping on a warm day.

Author: Martha Stewart

Simple and Easy Cucumber Water

Skip the artificial flavors and instead try cucumber water with this easy and simple recipe. Cucumber adds more zest to your water, making it easier to get the hydration you need. Serve cucumber water...

Author: Martha Stewart

Frozen Peach Margaritas

Warm nights call for a refreshing drink, and these icy margaritas are perfect for the occasion.

Author: Martha Stewart

Spiced Rum Punch

This festive punch will get your party started and keep it rolling all night.

Author: Martha Stewart

Lemon Ginger Soda

A touch of honey mellows the fresh ginger and lemon in this refreshing fizzy drink. If you make the base in advance, the soda comes together in mere seconds.

Author: Martha Stewart

Easy Red Sangria

This easy-to-make beverage is sure to please any crowd-it's made with brandy, orange and apple slices, orange juice, club soda, and of course red wine. Choose a dry wine such as a red Zinfandel and make...

Author: Martha Stewart

Cucumber Limeade

This is a refreshing change from summertime lemonade.

Author: Martha Stewart

Frozen Margaritas

Purists may disdain frozen margaritas, but purists don't have the upper hand in San Antonio. This version keeps it simple, with fresh lime juice, tequila, sugar, and lots of ice blended into a frosty mass...

Author: Martha Stewart

Mango Passionfruit Mojitos

A tasty riff on the mojito, this gorgeous cocktail adds tropical flavors to the traditional rum-based drink. Puréed mango brings a lush texture and rounded fruit flavor, while store-bought passionfruit...

Author: Shira Bocar

Margarita

This recipe for a simple margarita will be your new cocktail hour staple.

Author: Martha Stewart

Classic Sangria

Give this popular Spanish drink time to sit-the longer the fruits and wine get to know each other the better.

Author: Martha Stewart