Limoncello Iced Latte

Reproduced Courtesy of NESCAFE and Curated by Alie & Georgia
Serves 1

Alie & Georgia say: This playful cocktail brings that sweet tartness of limoncello together with coffee and trust us: your Sunday brunches just went next-level delicious.

Limoncello Iced Latte
Recipe type: Cocktail
Prep time: 
Total time: 
  • 1 oz Grand Marnier
  • 1 oz Villa Massa Limoncello
  • 2-1/2 oz coffee
  • Splash of cream
  • Whipped cream
  1. Pour Limoncello and Grand Marnier into glass coffee cup or mug, over ice.
  2. Top with coffee and cream, stir well.
  3. Garnish with whipped cream -- because you deserve it.


Creepy Crawler Party Punch

From Favorite Brand Name Recipes, Vol. 7, No. 70, October 12, 2004.
Makes about 10 cups


10 oz. gummy worms 4 c. lemon lime soda, chilled
64 fl. oz. V8© Splash Tropical Blend Juice, chilled


  1. Arrange 2 pieces of candy, draping each over opposite sides of each cube section in ice cube tray.  Fill each section with soda.
  2. Freeze 1 hour 30 minutes or until frozen.
  3. Combine juice & remaining soda in punch bowl just before serving.
  4. Un-mold cubes & float in juice mixture.  Serve immediately.


Sun Tea

Submitted by star2fire


1 gal purified water 8 Lipton tea bags
1 c. sugar


  1. Sun Tea by switcherMark on FlickrDrink some of the water from the jug to make room for the tea bags. Put the tea bags down in the jug & put the lid back on the jug. 
  2. Put the whole jug out in the yard somewhere sunny & leave it there for about 8 hours.
  3. When you bring it in, take the tea bags out. You might need to pour out a little bit more to make room for the sugar. 
  4. Add sugar while the tea is still warm because the sugar will dissolve nicely in the warm tea.
  5. Shake it until the sugar disappears, then put it in the fridge & let it chill down. Enjoy!

Southern Sweet Tea

Submitted by Foghorn Leghorn


4 tea bags 2 c. sugar


  1. Sweet Iced Tea by Godverbs on FlickrTake small boiling pot & fill ¾ high with water. Heat water on high & let it come to a rolling boil. Take off the string that is on the tea bags. This is very important: if you do not take off the strings they will catch on fire. When the water comes to rolling boil, add the 4 tea bags to the boiling water & place the lid on the pot.
  2. After about 30 seconds take the pot off of the stove & place it on a cool surface such as another burner or trivet. Let the tea in the pot steep for about 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on your taste. Leaving it in longer will make the tea stronger but no less than 30 minutes.
  3. Take your pitcher & place the sugar in the bottom of the pitcher. There are 2 ways to take the final step in this procedure. You can fill the pitcher ½ way with water & stir & dissolve the sugar this way or you can fill the pitcher with ice & let the hot tea dissolve the sugar & ice. The latter way will let you drink the tea sooner than just adding the water & stirring the sugar. Take your steeped tea & remove lid carefully; the tea will still be hot.
  4. Place a colander over the pitcher & pour the hot tea into the pitcher. Stir the tea, making sure that the sugar in the pitcher has dissolved thoroughly. Place some ice in a glass & pour. You may add a lemon wedge into the glass for flavor. Drink & enjoy!

Brain Hemmorhage

Submitted by BiggieB


¾ shot Peach liqueur Bailey’s Irish Cream


  1. un vasititito by [superanita] on FlickrPour ¾ shot of peach liqueur into a shot glass. Drizzle Baileys into it, to fill glass. 
  2. If done correctly, the Baileys will float in the schnapps. Then place a few drops of grenadine into the shot.


  1. With tall shot glass, pour halfway full with peach schnapps, then layer the rest with Baileys. Place a few drops of grenadine in.