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NOLA Piña Colada – The Art of the Complex Cocktail

During a recent visit to New Orleans, I had the opportunity to visit one of the city’s best bars – The Empire Bar at Broussard’s where I was able to enjoy the amazing cocktails from bartender Paul Gustings. In addition to sampling… Continue Reading →

Absence makes the heart grow fonder…..

After a long absence, the Wilita team has resurfaced and is ready to continue to share cocktail review, tips and informative guides, as well as random musings.  

The World of Infusions: Pineapple & Vanilla Tequila

The Catalyst A few days ago I was trying to choose what cocktail to make when thought the following – “Wouldn’t it be great if there is a new liquor or a new flavor for one of my favorites like… Continue Reading →

Cinco de Mayo: The Grown-Up Version

I am an advocate of celebrating every and all holidays, after all they give us an opportunity to rest, relax, commemorate the occasion and of course, enjoy some libations. Cinco de Mayo is no exception but this year instead of… Continue Reading →

New Drink: Millionaire

Similar to a millionaire, this drink has it all. It’s savory, citrusy and sweet all at once, without anyone flavor dominating the other, and above all incredibly refreshing. This a perfect drink for a summer barbeque or to celebrate festive… Continue Reading →

Types of Tequila: Illustrated

This infographic tells about everything you ever wanted to know about Tequila. You can enjoy more when you know your drinks.

Sangria Taste-Off

The Memory Back in grad school I was asked to make sangria for a party and I agreed without giving it too much thought. I’d never made sangria before but I thought, “How hard could it be”? Well, I didn’t… Continue Reading →


“Darling, when things go wrong in life, you lift your chin, put on a ravishing smile, mix yourself a little cocktail...”
Sophie Kinsella

New Drink : Tequila Desert

Like a summer breeze, this drink makes you feel like you would when you find an oasis in the Sahara or Gobi. It’s starts off fruity and mellow and is followed by the complex flavors of the Tequila and Bitters. Enjoy… Continue Reading →

Hurricane Cocktails Rated

Recently after a particularly challenging day I decided to spend a relaxing evening at home with a nice cocktail. I’d heard good things about the Hurricane so I eagerly searched online for recipes but ended up with so many options…. Continue Reading →

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