15 Drink Recipes for Our 15th Anniversary

Last Updated June 02, 2017
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We're celebrating our 15th anniversary this year! In honor of this milestone, we asked Edible publishers to share some of their favorite drink recipes over the years. From kombucha to mezcal, check out these 15 recipes (and follow us on Facebook for new recipes every day!)

Bay Manhattan

Courtesy of Karen Hoskin, Montanya Distillers

Hawaiian Poi Dog Cocktail

See how to make this award-winning, tropical cocktail from Edible Hawaiian Islands

Grapefruit Kombucha

Steve Mekoski  adding grapefruit to kombucha
Don't be intimidated by the sight of your first scoby. Making kombucha at home is easier than you think.

Pineapple Beer

pineapple beer
This lightly fizzy, sweet, fermented drink uses the thick skin of the pineapple, so if you eat the flesh, plant the top and make this recipe, you’re using every part of the fruit. This is Danielle...

The Pinot-Fashioned

the pinot-fashioned
Early on in my bartending career, I found myself standing behind clothed folding table at many a beer-and-wine-only wedding reception. There, whilst pouring cheap wine from Methuselah-sized bottles...

Cool drinks from hot spots

Transform roselle, yogurt, purple corn, vinegar and mint into refreshing summer drinks: Karkade, Ayran, Chicha Morada and Sharbat ‘e...

Medicine Man (Mocktail)

The Medicine Man is an antioxidant-rich blend of pomegranate, cranberry, sea buckthorn, triple-brewed black tea and a touch of honey to balance out the naturally tart juices. With its anti-...

History In A Glass: Jeff's Carre

Jeff's Carre
An un-square Carre at National Provisions

The 2nd Bin

Recipe by Ryan Welliver, The Cocktail Club

Bottle Babies: Idaho Start-Ups Catching Whiskey Wave

Whiskey Bar
I’m an unlikely candidate to write an article on whiskey. I’m not a whiskey drinker, let alone a connoisseur. I’m even confused by the...

Pineapple Mezcal Cocktail

Mezcal, an agave-based liquor, is sometimes considered “the father of tequila” because of its older, smokier, stronger profile.

Florida Flip

Erin strains a Florida Flip
In colonial America, a traditional Flip was a combination of beer, rum, molasses and eggs or cream, which was then stirred with an iron rod (known as a flip-dog or a loggerhead) that had been heated...

Mandarin Mimosas

Golden Nugget mandarins are one of the latest citrus varieties to ripen. They’re also seedless and easy to peel. Juice them for a pitcher of mimosas, the quintessential brunch cocktail.
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