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The Best Boozy Photos on Instagram This Week

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We love Instagram (follow us pls!), but we can’t be everywhere at once.  Each week, we’re going to share the best photos of drinks, bars, bottles—basically everything boozy—that Instagram has to offer.

This week on Instagram, a Manhattan is reformulated for warmer days, a classic drink gets a tequila twist, cocktails mimic art (or does art mimic the cocktail?) and some darn cute mini-Margaritas. And did mention we’re having a #tikithrowdown for the ages?


You know the drill: If you want a chance to be featured in our Instagram roundup next week, tag your boozy pics with #liquorgram!

1. @carolineoncrack

Like a Manhattan for summer! Spa Manhattan! Cobble Hill @sottola: Templeton rye, Amaro Montenegro, cucumber, dry vermouth

2. @afabchallenge

When your cocktail matches the art. #barcraftbybay #cocktail #art #abstract #gallery #sanfrancisco

3. @yungbludlau

A photo posted by Alex Lau (@yungbludlau) on

Because it’s Wednesday and tiki drinks are always in demand at the office.

4. @delishdotcom

A photo posted by Delish (@delishdotcom) on

These mini margaritas are literally the cutest way to get drunk #SmallButMighty #ThirstyThursday #DamnThatsDelish

5. @twoforthebar

A very happy Friday to you my friends. As of today at 4:30pm I’m officially on vacation! To me this means copious amounts of reading, sleeping in, and spending these hot days lazing by a pool. And perhaps a couple of these Armadillo Cocktails made by @livelikeburning of @bambuddagastown. School’s out for summer…..or at least 2 weeks. Happy Friday y’all!

6. @homebargirl

A photo posted by Dani DeLuna (@homebargirl) on

What if you made a Southside Rickey + an Eastside Cocktail but swapped the Gin for Tequila? You’d have a Rickey Ricardo.  Recipe on HomeBarGirl.com

7. @beautifulbooze

Wednesday had us craving this Pineapple Tequila Sour! #tequila #tequilasour #pineapple #cocktails #drannnks #cocktailsofinstagram

8. @hinokibird

Our cocktail of the week is a Jungle Bird – a combination of black strap rum, pineapple, Campari & lime #hinoki #cocktail #travelinspired #liquorgram

9. @sqaure_sod

A photo posted by Pavlo (@square_sod) on

I’ve bethought myself to make this place a sort of an alternative to my old cocktail blog (you can find a link in my profile by the way 😉 – no more long posts, no more challenging photo shoots, no more Russian 🙂 But sometime they will intercross. I can’t help to share this definitely NOT a Martini – Carrot 43 Martini #Cocktail, which has gorgeous look and contains (I suppose) a lot of vitamins.

Carrot 43 Martini

  • 45 ml Hendrick’s gin
  • 20 ml Cointreau
  • 30 ml fresh pressed orange juice
  • 15 ml fresh pressed carrot juice
  • 15 fresh pressed lemon juice
  • 15 ml simple syrup

Shake all the ingredients in a shaker with plenty of ice. Strain into a cocktail glass, garnish with a cucumber slice. So sweet, orange-y gin sour with a peculiar vegetable note. Can be recommended for summer.

10. @sidecartucson

Brava Doble: Cana Brava Rum from the homies at 86 Co, Grapefruit Cordial, Lime Juice, Maraschino.

11. #liquorgram bonus: @thesepoursouls

The Whiskey Smash Although the original recipe is accredited to Jerry Thomas, (writer of 1862’s “The Bon Vivant’s Companion”) The Smash wasn’t distinguished as anything more than a variation on The Mint Julep until it was named by Harry Johnson in 1888. It’s a cocktail designed with warm weather in mind, being both refreshingly sour and satisfyingly boozy, so much so that it is often prescribed by barmen as a whiskey drink for people who don’t like whiskey. Lucky for us, we love whiskey, and we love The Whiskey Smash. Cheers!


  • Half a lemon cut into quarters
  • 4 mint leaves
  • 1/4oz simple syrup
  • 2oz Bourbon

Muddle lemon in shaker. Add mint, syrup, and bourbon. Shake and double strain over ice. Garnish with mint leaf.

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