Tag Archives: Drinks

To Coupe or To Flute… That is the Question!

As you know by now, champagne is definitely my “drink of choice”! And for many years, I have been collecting both coupes and flutes for my “champagne habit”! I do love the glamour of both the flute and the coupe…so … Continue reading

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“Inspiring Images”: Christmas Concoctions!

I can’t believe Christmas is right around the corner! I wanted to share a few inspiring images of some lovely Christmas concoctions! Festive drinks for your guests lets them know you went the ‘extra mile’. So get creative this Christmas … Continue reading

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“Simple Pleasures & Little Luxuries”: Champagne for Summer!

As I have said repeatedly, I LOVE champagne.   For me it is the ultimate Simple Pleasure/Little Luxury! I love this idea of Tangerine Sorbet Champagne Floats. And with all of summer’s lovely flowers in bloom, why not take the time … Continue reading

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“Specialties of The House”: Chestnut Cottage Party Tea

Chestnut Cottage Party Tea! With lots of hot, lazy summer days ahead, I thought you might enjoy an old recipe from Chestnut Cottage…”Party Tea”

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“Simple Pleasures & Little Luxuries”: Pimm’s Cup…Quintessentially British!

  One of my favorite “simple pleasures” for Spring and Summer is Pimm’s Cup!  It is a thirst quenching drink that I was first introduced to in London.  Pimm’s No. 1 , a gin-based drink was invented around 1840 by … Continue reading

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