Mix & Drinks


"This festive champagne cocktail combines the bite of dry champagne with the sweet, dark flavor of crème de cassis. A classic kir royal is the perfect dash of flavor and color for any party or celebration!"

Champagne is a staple for any celebration, but if you’re searching for an extra dose of color and flavor for your next party, look no further than the kir royale.

With its pop of red color, this easy champagne cocktail is a crowd-pleasing addition to any drink lineup.

what makes up a kir royale?

Making a kir royale very easy, as there are only two main ingredients:

1 – A chilled dry champagne (or dry sparkling white wine).

You don’t need to be too choosy when picking some bubbly, but you do want to make sure that whatever you pick is not sweet. Like many champagne cocktails, the purpose of the kir royale is to mix some sweetness into the drink, so it’s best to start off with a champagne that has a dry or sharp flavor. If you need some help picking the right champagne, check out this list for finding the best one on any budget.

2 – Crème de cassis.

This gem of a liqueur is made from blackcurrants and has a sweet, dark flavor. It’s a popular choice for many cocktails due to its flavor and the deep reddish hue.

Chambord is sometimes used in place of crème de cassis because of the similar look and taste, but using Chambord means the drink is no longer a kir royale – it becomes a Chambord kir royale. Chambord is a raspberry liqueur, and while it has a similar in look and taste to crème de cassis, the difference is still significant enough that fans of a traditional kir royale will know the difference.

3 – Garnishes (optional)

This champagne cocktail is beautiful on its own, but you can also garnish it with a lemon twist or fresh (or frozen!) raspberries.

And, really, who doesn’t like a little fruit salad with their cocktail?

what does a kir royale taste like?

If you’re using a dry champagne and the traditional crème de cassis, the flavor is a perfect combination of bubbly bite and fruity sweetness. If you’re a fan of raspberries or blackcurrants, you’ll appreciate the flavor profile of this drink.

When pouring this drink, the proper ratio is 1/5 crème de cassis to 4/5 champagne. However, I highly encourage you to experiment with the ratios to get the sweetness (or bite!) that you like.
how to measure this drink

This cocktail is written like a standard drink recipe, meaning that instead of an exact measurement (ex: 1 cup) the recipe will read “1 part.”

I know this can be a little confusing at first, but I’ve found the best way to think of it as this: Recipes that measure in parts usually mean it’s written so that you can adjust the size of the drink to whatever you want but keep the ratio of the ingredients correct at the same time.

For example, let’s say you wanted to make one drink – this typically means you’re using 1 standard shot glass for measuring. So then when the recipe says “1 part” you would interpret that amount as “1 standard shot glass” full. If the recipe says “1/2 part” you’d fill the shot glass half way so that it’s “1/2 standard shot glass.” OR, let’s say you wanted to make enough drinks for a few friends. When making the drink you could interpret “1 part” as “1 cup” (or “1/2 part” to “1/2 cup.”)

This way the drink will taste the same no matter what size you make it.
notes & tips for this kir royale cocktail
As mentioned above, this recipe can be made with crème de cassis or Chambord. However, if making it with Chambord, give your guests a heads up – the taste is slightly different and fans of the cocktail will know!
Like the glasses pictured in this post? I found them at a discount store ages ago, but this set of champagne flute glasses with silver designs is similar and has a few other designs as well.






Handcrafted in Austin, Texas, Barbecue Wife Bloody Mary Mix is unlike any mix you’ve tried before. The difference: in addition to fresh, all-natural ingredients, the recipe is infused with sauce from Stiles Switch BBQ & Brew, a top smoked-meats destination in Texas. The result is a smoky, spicy flavor that’ll elevate your Bloody Mary to celebrity-status at your next brunch.

The Barbecue Wife brand is the brilliant creation of Catherine Stiles, wife of Stiles Switch founder Shane Stiles, and herself an accomplished entrepreneur. Catherine personally hand makes each batch, produced only in small quantities, and otherwise only available to Austin locals.

Beyond its amazing taste, the best feature of Barbecue Wife Bloody Mary Mix is that it’s ready to go: just add vodka and some ice, and you’ve got a gourmet Bloody Mary at hand. For more than a traditional cocktail, add a smoked beef rib to make yours ATX Barbecue Style. Or, enjoy it MicheladaStyle, combining the mix with tequila, Mexican beer, and a lime garnish. Recipes are conveniently printed on the back of the label.

More highlights of Barbecue Wife Bloody Mary Mix:

- Junk free: No high fructose corn syrup, no MSG
- Gluten free and vegetarian-friendly
- Made with Smoked Sea Salt, Smoked Black Pepper, and fresh all-natural ingredients

As if containing the best Bloody Mary mix you’ll ever taste isn’t enough, your 36 fl oz. bottle also holds a secret: original hand drawn artwork by Gary Dorsey, displayed on the inside of the label. You’ll have to drink your mix to discover which of the 5 designs are revealed. Each depicts the characteristics of the women most influential in Catherine Stiles’ upbringing: strength and hard work; independence; cheerfulness; southern grace; and Texas pride.

Barbecue Wife Bloody Mary Mix ships to you direct from our Texas Showroom in Austin, Texas.



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The Soul Reaper Cocktail is a layered drink that gets it’s name from it’s black and red coloring. This drink is made from: Viniq Ruby, Peach Schnapps, Pinnacle Tropical Punch, Calypso Strawberry Lemonade, Moonshine, Fireball, Black Food Coloring, and Sprite.

Red Layer:
+ 2 oz. (60 ml) Viniq Ruby
+ 1 oz. (30 ml) Peach Schnapps
+ 1 oz. (30 ml) Pinnacle Tropical Punch
+ 2 oz. (60 ml) Calypso Strawberry Lemonade

Black Layer: (Shake These Ingredients)
+ 1 oz. (30 ml) Moonshine
+ 1 oz. (30 ml) Peach Vodka
+ 1 oz. (30 ml) Fireball Whiskey
+ 2 drops of Black Food Coloring
+ Top With Lemon Lime Soda

The New York Sour Cocktail is a layered drink. This drink is meant to drink with the straw. When you go to drink the New York Sour you start with the straw at the bottom of the glass to drink the bourbon, and then you pull the straw up to get some of the red wine almost like a chaser for the bourbon. The New York Sour cocktail is made from: Bourbon, Lemon Juice, Simple Syrup, and Red Wine. Watch us make the New Your Sour Cocktail with Tipsy Girls Jessica and Cecilia.


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Fruit tingle cocktail is delicious vodka based mixed drink.Very easy to prepare.

1 oz (30 ml) vodka
1 oz (30 ml) Blue Curacao liqueur
3 oz (90 ml) Lemonade
Dash of raspberry cordial

Cooking Method:
Fill the cocktail glass with cubed ice.
Add vodka,Blue Curacao liqueur and lemonade.Stir.
Top with dash of raspberry cordial.
Garnish with fresh pineapple wedge and serve.


Electric Apple Lemonade Cocktail
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Give your night a shock with our Electric Apple Lemonade Cocktail! Our Electric Apple Lemonade Cocktail is made with Sour Mix, Apple Pucker, Apple Ciroc, Blue Curacao, Lemons, and Limes!
Garnish with Lemon Wheels and a Mini Ciroc Bottle!

+ 3 oz. (90 ml) Sour Mix
+ 1 oz. (30 ml) Apple Pucker
+ 1 1/2 oz. (45 ml) Apple Cîroc
+ Splash of Blue Curacao
+ Lemons
+ Limes


TRIP TO LIQUOR LAND Blue: 1/2 oz. Blue Curacao 1/2 oz. Simple Syrup Green: 2 oz. Orange Juice 1/2 oz. Blue Curaçao  1/2 oz. PineappLe Rum Red: 1 oz. Cranberry Vodka 1/2 oz. Sloe Gin 1 1/2 oz. Sprite

1/2 oz. Blue Curacao 1/2 oz. Simple Syrup Green: 2 oz. Orange Juice 1/2 oz. Blue Curaçao 1/2 oz. PineappLe Rum Red: 1 oz. Cranberry Vodka 1/2 oz. Sloe Gin 1 1/2 oz. Sprite

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UPDATED RECIPE for a Black Magic/Galaxy Cocktail that is shimmering and black. A mix between a lime daiquiri and lime martini.

A Black Magic cocktail, black glittered Halloween or Galaxy cocktail made with black vodka, Wilton shimmer dust, orange juice, and cherry juice. With DIY for black vodka. // www.ElleTalk.com // Halloween cocktail, witch cocktail, galaxy cocktail, glitter


∙ Serves 1

1 Lime juice, Freshly Squeezed
1 Simple syrup

1 Ice

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1 Vodka, Black

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Blue Margaritas: These incredibly refreshing margaritas are SO easy!They only require 4 ingredients, and no blender/cocktail shaker!

Blue Curacao is a must have in my liquor cabinet. It has a mild citrus flavor, and gorgeous blue color! I love using it in my blue Hawaiians. It also goes great in these blue margaritas.

They are one of the easiest and mosts gorgeous summer drinks out there! Doesn’t the color remind you of tropical waters? Best of all they only need 4 ingredients (plus ice), and NO special equipment!

I’d suggest double or even tripling the recipes for parties, as these go down easy!

Made it through Tuesday after the long 4th of July weekend? Treat yourself to one of these!!

I like enjoying these over ice in a glass. However, it would also be fantastic frozen. Blend with ice in your blender for a fabulous frozen concoction!

Blue Margaritas

Prep time: 5 mins
Total time: 5 mins

Serves: 6 Drinks

Blue Margaritas: These incredibly refreshing margaritas are SO easy!They only require 4 ingredients, and no blender/cocktail shaker!

1 Cup Tequila
⅓ Cup Blue Curaçao
⅓ Cup Triple Sec
⅔ Cup Lime Juice, Freshly Squeezed (The Juice From ~8 Small Limes).
Crushed Ice


In a large pitcher, combine tequila, triple sec, blue curacao, and lime juice. Stir until well combined.
Fill glasses with ice. Pour drinks over ice and enjoy responsibly!


Consider making your own homemade blue curacao using this recipe.
Can’t find blue Curacao? No problem, just double the Triple Sec and add blue food coloring.
Curacao is naturally colorless. Food coloring is added to give it that familiar bright blue hue!

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