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“Age and glasses of wine should never be counted” - Italian saying

Our drinks section includes essential recipes and delectable juices, whether or not you choose to add a bit of alcohol to the mix is entirely up to you. We take enormous pleasure in concocting cocktails to entertain, refresh, and inspire. What are you drinking?

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“Decadent, luxurious, and totally splurge-worthy, this homemade hazelnut milk is fit for a high end coffee shop and it pairs perfectly in a cup of coffee or black tea. I use a mix of soaked hazelnuts and almonds, but feel free to use all hazelnuts if you prefer. It's lightly flavoured with notes of caramel (from Medjool dates), cinnamon, and a whole vanilla bean and I imagine you could turn it into a chocolate hazelnut milk quite easily by adding a bit of dutch-processed cocoa powder. This recipe is lightly adapted from my Homemade Almond Milk recipe.”

Recipe from Oh She Glows Every Day by Angela Liddon
Vegan, Gluten-Free, Grain-free, No bake/raw, Oil-free, refined Sugar-free, and Soy-free!

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A cousin to the Old Fashioned and Manhattan, this sexy drink, with only four ingredients, is a perfect choice for classic cocktail lovers!

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The Best Piña Colada

Makes 2 Servings


3 cups (450g) fresh pineapple cut into chunks, frozen
1 cup (240ml) coconut milk
3 ounces (80ml) White Rum
2-3 tablespoons (25 - 37g) sugar (to taste)
Pineapple juice, if necessary


Cut fresh pineapple into 1 inch (2.5cm) chunks and place in the freezer for at least an hour.

In a food processor or blender, mix together frozen pineapple, coconut milk, rum and sugar. We like that the texture is very thick, but it will melt while you drink it and stay very cold. You can always add pineapple juice to have it less thick.

French 75 Blood Orange

French 75 Blood Orange

Traditionally a French 75 is made with Champagne, gin, lemon juice and sugar (simple syrup). This iconic cocktail has a long history created in a New York Bar in Paris in 1915. We decided to mix things up and add blood orange juice, tonic and soda to the gin base. The combination not only looks beautiful but is deliciously refreshing. It is the perfect cocktail to kick off any gathering.