Friday The 13th Cocktails

Friday the 13th Cocktails

It’s Friday the 13th, a date many associate with bad luck. But here at Spec’s we believe in making your own luck, so why not celebrate? After all, a Friday is still a Friday. So stop by your nearest Spec’s to stock up on the ingredients you’ll need to make…

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Uncork Your Holiday Spirits

Uncork Your Holiday Spirits

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… to mix up an enticing cocktail! These seasonal recipes are so certain to spread holiday cheer—even the Grinch-iest party guest will go from “Bah Humbug” to “Bah Heck-Yeah!” So pull your sleigh in to the nearest Spec’s and grab the goodies you’ll…

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Dog Day Cocktails!

Dog Day Cocktails!

Traditionally the phrase “dog days of summer” refers to the sultry, hotter part of summer. Presumably because the languid weather caused our canine companions to lounge around in the shade. It was actually coined by Greeks and Romans who were referring to Sirius, the Dog Star and its very visible…

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Lap Up Blue Cocktails!

Lap Up Blue Cocktails!

It’s easy to host a “Funner Olympics” for family, friends and neighbors at the nearest pool. All you need are judges’ scorecards and colorful, beribboned medals and creatively named competitive events like “Best Cannonball”, “Longest Breath Held Under Water” and “Best Imitation of A Synchronized Swimmer.” And for the perfect…

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Thrill To Brazil Drinks!

Thrill to Brazil Drinks!

Ready for a three-week international sports spectacle with a bossa nova beat? Today kicks off the 2016 Summer Olympics hosted in Rio de Janeiro. Why not create some fun, Brazilian-style “opening ceremonies” of your own with spirited supplies from Spec’s? Just add your favorite compadres and samba tunes while you…

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Sangria Puts Punch In Summer

Sangria Puts Punch In Summer

A summer must-serve throughout Spain and Portugal, sangria in various forms has satisfied thirsts for centuries. Meaning “blood” in Spanish, sangria originated with Roman soldiers, spread to Latin America in the 18th century, then made a big splash in the U.S. during the NYC 1964 World’s Fair. Fruity, flavor-packed and…

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