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Cold weather calls for warming spirits. When it gets so chilly outside that we just want to cuddle up inside, we like to brighten up these quieter evenings with delicious autumn-worthy cocktails. All the vibrant flavors of this harvest season make for endless possibilities when it comes to drinks; here are four of our favorite recipes that we turn to time and again. More >
At tarte, Valentine’s Day doesn’t discriminate. To us, it’s a holiday worth celebrating regardless of your romantic status. (…So, what’s yours?) And to help you start the V-Day party we asked a couple of ladies here in the office to spill on their love lives, their picks for a hot Valentine’s lip and their favorite drink recipes.
tarte position: The color corrector
m.o.: Bohemian chic with tomboy edge
status: My alter ego is ‘hot single Mel.” I had my heart torn apart a few months ago. In order to get back on my dating feet, I created HSM – a super confident and happier version of me. But now, I really am her.
Valentine’s libation: Painting the town red
Combine 2bottles of red wine, 3 oz of gin, 2 tablespoons of sugar in the raw, 1 cup of frozen raspberries, 1 cup of fresh strawberries, 1 sliced lemon lemon & 1 sliced lime in a large punch bowl (Yes, a bowl! You’re having your girlfriends over after all). Stir the mixture and let it sit overnight in the refrigerator. Pour the sangria into glasses filled halfway with ice and top off with guarana soda.
And the girl in love…
tarte position: The cashwrap ring leader
m.o.: Urban modern mixed with rocker chic
status: We’ve been married nearly 4 years, but we’ve been living together for 19. When we met, marriage was not a priority for either of us because it was a mutual “I choose you.” After a decade and a half of weathering life’s ups and downs, we decided to celebrate our life shared and our future together by tying the knot. My one condition “I’ll marry you if I can still be your girlfriend.”
Valentine’s libation: Staying in love
Mix Patron Tequila, Cointreau and pink grapefruit juice.
Add a large squeeze of lime,
Then garnish with a lime.
Whether you’re poolside or hitting the beach, you can always use a little refreshing pick me up to get you through the day. Here are three different cocktail recipes that are sure to tantalize your taste buds. Each beverage is infused with either a healthy fruit or vegetable ingredient that’s sure to help you beat the heat. So break out the stirrers and rev up that blender, these three recipes will add some zest to your summer while you work on your sunkissed glow.
What’s your ideal summer cocktail?
Jen, a fellow tartelette ambassador
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