Martini party with Lauren Kelp!


Looking for Martini recipes?

This fabulous party idea was created by Lauren Kelp, she got together with some friends, set up a bar and tried this amazingly easy martini recipes.

Martini recipes party


For the Lavender Martini, Lauren used lavender simple syrup, vodka, lemon, ice and a little sprig. For the lemon drop martini she went with vodka, triple sec, lemon sugar and lemon peel.




Follow Lauren’s tips:

TIP 1: For your fabulous martini making party, stock your bar with an extra bottle (or two, depending on your headcount) of the main ingredient of your martinis (typically, either vodka or gin).

Toast to Type: Happy Margarita Day!
Ready for National Margarita Day!

National Margarita Day is on February 22, so of course we decided to start this weekend by celebrating this world famous drink, from the traditional tequila, lime and salt mix to the most creative ones that include fruits.  We found a divine recipe for a strawberry margarita that will make you want to party, gather your girlfriends for a weekend filled with this delicious concoction and don’t be afraid to invent your own {we want to know!}

Serve it on our copper martini glass, add a whole strawberry as garnish and enjoy!

National Margarita Day

Toast To Type: Rum Apple Cider Old Fashioned

toast to type apple cide old fashioned


Here’s to winter with this rum cocktail recipe.

Winter is here and making us shiver, but we are taking time to cheers to this fleeting season! These flavors are rich, bright, and spicy and meld well in both dishes and drinks! For today’s mingling of our passion for typography and a good drink we are staying warm in this weather with one last apple drink: The Rum Apple Cider Old Fashioned!

Serve in a Gold Rimmed DOF, a twist on the traditional vessel for an Old Fashioned.

The brilliant Kristin of Design x Design mixed up this apple based Old Fashioned.
Image and Recipe via Design x Design

Toast to Type: Cranberry Margarita
Perfect Christmas Cocktail: the cranberry margarita!

It’s red and sweet like the season, our friend Jen Pinkston from the effortless chic shared this one with us

(Makes 2 Cocktails)

2 limes + 1 for rim

1 C. fresh orange juice

1 C. fresh cranberries + more for garnish

1 C. sugar

1 C. water

2 ounces or 1/4 C. Tequila

2 ice spheres (molds available here)

1/2 C. kosher salt

In a small saucepan, bring sugar, water, and cranberries to a boil.  Reduce heat and simmer about 15 minutes until the cranberries are breaking open and the liquid is a dark red.  Drain the cranberries from the saucepan and pour the remaining simple syrup into a glass container to cool. This step can be done well in advance as the syrup will keep for at least a week in the refrigerator.
Cut one lime into quarters and use one quarter around the rim of each glass to get it sticky for the salt.  Sprinkle the salt on a flat surface and salt the rim of each glass.
Combine the fresh juice of two limes, orange juice, cranberry simple syrup, and tequila in cocktail shaker and shake.
Place one ice sphere in each salted glass, along with 8-10 fresh cranberries. Add liquid from cocktail shaker and enjoy!
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Toast to Type: Rosemary Gin Fizz Cocktail
Try this rosemary gin cocktail and get ready to toast.

How about a rosemary gin cocktail? This concoction was created by Amanda {the lovely fashionable hostess} and includes a homemade rosemary syrup that brings a unique flavor to this drink.

We’ve partnered with Fashionable Hostess, after she styled her bar cart with her favorites from Mark and Graham, she shared this recipe with us and we cannot wait to try it.

Rosemary Gin Cocktail


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