National Lemonade Day

National Lemonade Day

National Lemonade Day Simple Sweet Lemonade   While the earliest evidence of lemonade, called qatarmizat, date back to early 11th-century Egypt, the closest version of today’s lemonade made its debut in Paris on August 20th, 1630. It was made with lemon juice,...
Bombes Away

Bombes Away

Bombes Away Raspberry Bombe Dessert The classic bombe dessert first appeared on restaurant menus back in 1882. Over the years, there have been many different versions of this dessert, but it can be made with fruit, ice cream, mousse, sorbet and even cake. A raspberry...
Vodka: To Freeze or Not to Freeze?

Vodka: To Freeze or Not to Freeze?

Vodka: To Freeze or Not to Freeze? To freeze or not to freeze?   That is the question. If you do a quick search online, you will find a plethora of articles written about whether this is a good idea or not. Straight to the point? It’s a matter of personal...
National Coffee Milkshake Day

National Coffee Milkshake Day

National Coffee Milkshake Day Shaking Up History The term “milkshake” first appeared in print back in 1885 and was used to describe an eggnog-type alcoholic beverage. However, by 1900, the milkshake morphed into a hand-shaken drink made of milk, crushed ice and...
New Year’s Eve Cocktails

New Year’s Eve Cocktails

New Year’s Eve Cocktails Ring in the New Year with 3 cocktails that will impress your guests. These refreshing cocktail recipes are great for parties and use Bogue Sound’s vodka, bourbon whiskey or gin. VODKA: Refreshing and colorful, this festive vodka punch...
Egg Nog Recipes

Egg Nog Recipes

Egg Nog Recipes Eggnog is a drink that has been associated with the holiday season since the 19th century.  Most experts agree it originated from the early medieval drink known as “posset” – a hot, milky, ale-like beverage. In the 13th century, Monks favored...