The acidity of the lemon juice slows the yeast activity for this soda, so start it about a week before you plan to serve it.
Create a signature cocktail with tasty pickled shallots. For best results, freeze the vodka and the martini glasses for a few hours before using. Leftover pickled shallots will keep up to a month in the fridge.
Break out the mini umbrellas for this exotic, rum-optional elixir.
Here at VT, we're matcha obsesssed. It’s more like a slushie than a smoothie or milkshake, and is only mildly sweet.
Given aloe’s ability to enhance nutrient absorption, we packed this potion with antioxidant-rich cranberry juice.
Fresh carrot juice replaces tomato juice to create a bright, surprising take on the Bloody Mary, perfect for holiday brunch buffets.
In Mexico, Micheladas, ice-cold beers doctored up with a mix of hot sauce and fruit juices, are known as a hangover cure.
Blended cucumbers thicken a lightly sweet smoothie for a low-cal breakfast or a refreshing afternoon snack.
Inspired by the cucumber water served in spas, this agua fresca is mildly sweet with a hint of chile heat.
Pimm’s, a British liqueur, adds a faintly herbal and tea-like flavor to this drink. For a virgin variation, omit the Pimm’s and the sparkling water, and mix the syrup with 3 cups cold-brewed white tea.