St. Patrick’s Day is just a couple of days away and in honor of the occasion, Halloween Express wants to share with you six mean and very green drink recipes. Don’t have too much fun!
Softened butter on freshly baked bread in one of life’s little luxuries.Butter is also a quick fix for flavorless vegetables, a delicious spread over grilled fish or meats, and add that perfect finishing touch to a rich savory sauce. But have you ever considered adding butter to your favorite drink?
New Orleans is filled with pubs, bars and restaurants which are known for creating some of the city’s most notorious cocktails. Some, like the Sazerac are considered the first cocktails in the country. NOLA Adventures is familiar with a lot of traditions in the French Quarter and across the city, but none are more traditional that this list of Traditional Cocktails.
If there’s one thing that Bourbon Street & the French Quarter is known for, it’s the Cocktails. The 12 by 9 block area of the French Quarter holds a treasure of delectable drinks for tourists and locals to enjoy. From the most powerful drinks to the old stalwarts, there’s bound to be one that will be your favorite after visit to New Orleans.