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The Breakfast Martini is great for brunch, so fun or when you need that Sunday morning hair of the dog.

It’s a band, it’s a drink, it’s the 80’s. B52’s were and remain popular shooters. There are many variations to this drink; it’s usually layered by hand in a shot or sherry glass. Very tasty and on the too rich sweet side it remains one of the more popular bar shots.

Bacardi Cocktails were originally a Daiquiri served straight up just Rum and lime juice. As the drink became Americanized it included grenadine which gives it a sweeter taste and red color.

Great for an after dinner drink or just sitting around a table with friends this is a classy tasty drink. Not sure why the name, Bloody Mary but if that's the case this drink is in the bag.

Blue Hawaiian sweet and tropical this drink is the perfect summer punch that also mixes up great as a batch!

Named after the Australian Howler monkeys, called Banshee’s. You can substitute ice cream for a really rich dessert drink. They’re like the frozen chocolate bananas you get at the fair.Blue Lagoon they're a real guilty pleasure!

Light and refreshing this is a perfect drink for a summer brunch. Add fresh blueberries and basil with homemade lemonade and a Boston Cooler is a hit.

The Bay Breeze is an off shoot of all the drinks out of the 20’s and 30’s that are part of the Cap Codder family which is Vodka and Cranberry. With the Bay Breeze, it is a little Cranberry, Grapefruit juice and generous portion of Vodka. Cool and refreshing it is usually served in the summer months. This drink gained popularity again during the 1960 and has remained popular even today.

The Brassy Blond will hit you just like that when you take this one in a shot. Careful now!

Bee's Knees was slang in the 20's for something new and fresh, this drink was mostly likely named for that saying. We used Raw Organic Orange Blossom Honey to make the honey syrup. There are different raw honeys and they will carry with them the flower flavor so experiment if you're a honey lover.

Legend has it the Bellini was invented sometime between 1934 and 1948 by Giuseppe Cipriani, founder of Harry's Bar in Venice, Italy. The beautiful color inspired Cipriani to name the drink Bellini after the robe of a saint in a painting by 15th-century Venetian artist Giovanni Bellini. Light, clean and very easy to drink this is the perfect cocktail for brunch, early evening parties, light social events and for light drinkers.

Ice cream desserts watch out, the Bitch Slap is the perfect way to end a great dinner.

Black Russians first appeared in 1949, and is ascribed to Gustave Tops, a Belgian bartender, who created it at the Hotel Metropole located in Brussels in honor of Perle Mesta, the US ambassador to Luxembourg. The cocktail name stems from the use of vodka, a stereotypical Russian drink and the blackness of the coffee liqueur. The drink remains popular even today with its strong taste and great kick.

This drink is strong enough to keep you going far into the night. This is a great drink for a late afternoon pool party. In a tall glass with lots of sparkle from the San Pellegrino this will be the hit of any summer party.

Some times you just need a bloody good drink! Blood Orange Mojito fills that spot and then some. Try it out and you may never go back!

The Bloody Marie, tequila, and Bloody Mary, vodka, both are well served by using the best mixers possible, while there are many great bottled mixes out there the best ones are home made with fresh ingredients. Recipes abound and based on taste can range from very spicy to very smooth and classic. Great for brunch or Sunday morning get togethers, they are also seen as a classic hang over drink to take the Saturday night edge off!

The Bloody Marie, tequila, and Bloody Mary, vodka, both are well served by using the best mixers possible, while there are many great bottled mixes out there the best ones are home made with fresh ingredients. Recipes abound and based on taste can range from very spicy to very smooth and classic. Great for brunch or Sunday morning get togethers, they are also seen as a classic hang over drink to take the Saturday night edge off!

Blue Hawaiian gets its name from the beautiful blue of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Hawaii. Created by Harry Yee at the Hilton Hawaiian Village in 1957 when a sales rep asked him to make a drink using Blue Curaçao liqueur. Curacao is an orange based liqueur that is often colored blue or orange and used extensively in tropical themed drinks. It does have a tie to the Elvis movie “Blue Hawaii” but it is fairly loose in nature. This drink, and like many like it, were an off shoot of the 60’s love of all things Hawaiian and tiki. Having sat at the pool bar at the Hilton Hawaiian Village and looked out over Waikiki Beach, I can see where they got the name.

Fall drinks with Cider signal the coming of cooler temps and football games. One of our favorite times of the year. Spiced Rum, Cider and Apple Juice make a great drink that will make your party something special. Try Bobbing For Apples for you next party.

Bourbon and citrus make the perfect holiday blend.  Guava Lime Cooler is an easy going cocktail that keeps a party going and can be sipped over a long evening.  The blood orange and lemon are a perfect balance to the sweet of the Bourbon and simple syrup.  This could easily turn into a year around favorite.

The Bramble was created in 1984 by Dick Bradsell at Fred’s Club in London’s SoHo. It's an 80's drink that is worth drinking! Dry Gin, Fresh Blackberries, Blackberry Liqueur, Lemon Juice and Simple Syrup. Lots of Citrus and Pineaple flavors make the Brassy Blond a good pool side drink. You can serve in a cocktail glass or over ice with a little extra pineapple juice if you'd like to cut down on the proof! Simple and refreshing a Bourbon Stone Sour is a great go to drink. Best with Summer and friends sip one and let the conversation unfold. Reminds you of the Hollywood days of yore. Classic and tasty the Brown Derby Cocktail is great as a before dinner drink. Brave Bull is a Black Russian with Tequila. Good drink for the fall and early winter.

Drinks on this page are: B52, Bacardi Cocktail, Bag Of Tricks, Bahaman Breeze, Banana Banshee, Basil Blueberry Lemonade, Bay Breeze, Bayou Bomb, Beer Buster, Beer Top, Bee's Knees, Bellini, Berri Mojito, Between The Sheets, Between the Sheets, Bijou, Bitch Slap, Black and Blue Margarita, Black Devil, Black Dog, Black Fall, Black Gold, Black Jack, Black Magic, Black Russian, Black Widow, Blackthorn, Blind Sided, Blinker, Blood And Sand, Blood Orange Cinnamon Pear Cocktail, Blood Orange Margarita, Blood Orange Mist, Blood Orange Mojito, Bloody Black Widow, Bloody Bones Martini, Bloody Marie, Bloody Mary, Blue Hawaiian, Blue Lagoon, Bobbing For Apples, Bomb Ass Mix, Boston Cooler, Bourbon Stone Sour, Boxing Day, Bramble, Brandy Alexander, Brandy Crusta, Brandy Punch, Brass Monkey, Brassy Blond, Brave Bull, Breakfast Martini, Bring It On, Brown Derby Cocktail, Bucks Fizz,