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Calling All Moms!

The stress of summer and constant demand to entertain, the exhausting family vacation, the lack of direction and structure, the...

Adrian Ballion with Tipsy Totes

Tipsy Totes and Hollywood are a match made in heaven!  Celebrities and designers, make-up artists and producers alike were all...

Mother's Day Gifts and Celebrations

Mother's Day is a time to celebrate women and the contribution we all make to society.  A time to honor...

The French Maid - A Quick History of the Domestic Diva

We absolutely love our French Maid Apron but we were curious about where the sexy little vixen's roots lay.  Was...

French Maid Apron

Looking for a little something in your life?  Something…to tantalize?  Something to excite?  Something… spicy?   Allow us to present the...

Bridesmaid Gift Ideas

There are so many details to manage when planning your wedding from the venue to seating charts to your first...

Groomsman Gifts

Groomsman gifts should be useful as well as thoughtful for those that have been by your side since before she...

Welcome to a Tipsy 2016!

Happy New Year!   It’s unbelievable that another year has flown by and 2016 is here already.  Time flies when you’re...

Tipsy Totes Buzz

Mommy and Baby Reviews recently posted a review article about Tipsy Totes!  Here's an excerpt of our favorite parts!  ...

Tipsy Totes talks RUM in the new Watch Your Bac(k)ardi Blog

If you don’t know that the sweet(er) taste of rum is derived from sugar cane and it’s by products, now you do!  Rum is sugar based!  Here’s a rundown of how sugar cane spread across the world, and subsequently rum too.

Yo Ho Ho and A Bottle of RUM

We all know pirates from legends and histories of books and movies like Pirates of the Caribbean. So how much of the dastardly drunken legends are true?

The Gin & Tonic - Final Chapter of Are You Ready to Tanqueray

The history and importance of gin isn’t complete without discussing tonic.  The gin & tonic really did have medicinal value.  Some of the other claims made by pharmacies back in the day like curing ailments and reviving your spirits were nothing compared to the actual malaria-fighting properties of what we today call tonic.

Are You Ready to Tanqueray 2?

And we continue with the history of GIN.  If you’ve read any of the other spirit blogs  (whiskey and vodka) you already know to expect medicinal qualities, over-indulgence and of course…taxation.  And gin is no exception.

Are You Ready to Tanqueray?

We’ve probably all heard complaints about gin a time or two, right?  How true are they? Tipsy Totes investigates.  Since neither of us is a regular gin drinker, research is done both in the bar and through reputable gin resources…but the bar is so much more fun, right?  You have to love this kind of investigative journalism, if you can really call it that. 

Labor Day

What's on your Labor Day Weekend schedule?  A BBQ and beers?  Or maybe a home improvement project?  A road trip to a fun...