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A Screwdriver is the most easy to make 2 oz Vodka Orange juice Put 3 ice cubes into a highball glass. Pour in the 2oz of vodka. Fill balance of glass with orange juice, stir, and serve. enjoy add a slice lemon
The Irish Martini is a simple version of the Martini. The ingredient that makes it Irish is, of course, Irish whiskey and in this case that small amount makes a big difference, adding substance, color and flavor to the profile of its more popular predecessor. When making a drink as naked as this one, be sure to choose premium spirits. There are no juices or heavily flavored ingredients to mask the faults of the cheaper spirits and your experience with the drink will be much better if you begin with quality ingredients. 2 ounces vodka 1/2 ounce dry vermouth 1/2 ounce Irish whiskey Lemon twist for garnish Pour the Irish whiskey into a chilled cocktail glass. Swirl around the glass in order to coat the inside and dump the excess whiskey. Pour the vodka and dry vermouth into a cocktail shaker half-filled with cracked ice. Shake well. Strain into the rinsed glass. Garnish with the lemon twist. and enjoy
If you are one of those special people who prefers black over red licorice, this is the Martini for you. It's very simple; vodka and sambuca, garnished with a black licorice stick. Sambuca is that anise-flavored liqueur that tastes similar to absinthe (or black licorice) and it can be an acquired taste, particularly in such a transparent drink like this one. The Licorice Stick is not for everyone, but those who like it will really like it. Tip: When shaking with Sambuca (or any anise-flavored liqueur), be sure to wash the cocktail shaker and any utensils well to eliminate any left over flavor. 2 1/2 ounces vodka 3/4 ounce Sambuca Liqueur Short black licorice stick for garnish Pour the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a short black licorice stick. and enjoy
The Irish Car Bomb is a popular bar shot similar to the Jäger Bomb. In this case a mix of Irish whiskey and Irish cream are dropped into Ireland's signature stout beer, Guinness. This shooter is not for the faint of heart for the simple fact that it's a lot to down in one shot. That said, unless you want to get very drunk very quickly or enjoy a rather nasty hangover, then it may be best to limit yourself to one (or two) per night. Just like the Jager Bomb, it is customary to to chug an Irish Car Bomb shortly after the shot is dropped in the glass of beer. However, it is becoming more popular for bartenders to skip the shot glass altogether and just mix everything in a pint glass. Either as a bomb or mix, the point is to get the drink down before it begins to curdle, so drink fast! 3/4 pint Guinness 1/2 shot Irish cream liqueur 1/2 shot Irish whiskey Pour the Irish cream liqueur into a shot glass. Pour the Irish whiskey on top. Pour the Guinness into a pint glass or beer mug 3/4 of the way full and let the foam settle. Drop the shot glass into the Guinness and skull.
The two spirits in this shooter do not make a regular appearance in this style of drink, usually they are reserved for the more graceful cocktails. However, the Silver Bullet rather fancy in comparison to some of the crudely named and constructed shots out there. The gin and Scotch are an interesting mix and, for that final polish, this shot is decorated with a lemon twist. 1 1/4 ounces gin 3/4 ounce Scotch Lemon twist for garnish Pour the ingredients in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake well. Strain into a shot glass. Squeeze the lemon twist over the shot then hang it on the rim as a garnish.
This next drink is a hot shot! You can vary the intensity by using more or less Tabasco sauce and you might want to have a lime nearby to cool off your tongue. 2 drops of Tabasco 1 ounce tequila Pour the tequila into a shot glass. Add drops of Tabasco to taste. And shoot all down in one hit
The All Night Long Cocktail is one of the tastiest drinks out there but only a hand full know how to make them. 1/2 oz Malibu coconut rum 1/2 oz Kahlua coffee liqueur 1/2 oz vodka 1/2 oz dark creme de cacao 4 oz pineapple juice 2 oz sweet and sour mix Mix all together in the cocktail shaker and pour in a cocktail glass. Garnish with a piece of orange.
This is a cocktail shot with a twist called the Blue Thrill 1 shot glass of Blue Curacao 1 shot glass of Lemon juice Fill one shot glass with the Blue Curacao. Fill another shot glass with the lemon juice, and serve. To drink, first put lemon shot in mouth, then put curacao shot in mouth, swish around then swallow. Remember, yellow before blue.
The next cocktail is the most easiest and best tasting cocktail of them all its called the Midori Illusion The Midori Illusion has been popular served as a shot but I prefer to serve this recipe tall on ice. Shake thoroughly to ensure a nice creamy pineapple froth… There are a ton of Illusion recipes out there but this one rocks 45mL Midori 15mL Vodka 15mL Cointreau (or Triple Sec) 45mL Pineapple Juice 15mL Lemon Juice Yet another simple cocktail to make; fill a Boston glass with ice and add all the listed ingredients, shake thoroughly to ensure a nice creamy pineapple froth and strain over fresh ice into a tall glass. Feel free to garnish with a maraschino cherry or a pineapple wedge. .
This next drink is a shot glass drink called the Absolut Anti-freeze Ingredients: 1 part Midori melon liqueur 2 parts Absolut Citron 2 parts Sprite Ice cubes Mixing instructions: Pour ingredients over ice and strain into 2 shot glasses.
This drink is one of my all time favorite of all time and it is easy to make. The Blue Hawaii is a tropical cocktail good for a hot summers day. Ingredients: 1 oz Light rum 2 oz Pineapple juice 1 oz Blue Curacao 1 oz Cream of coconut 1 slice Pineapple 1 Cherry Mixing instructions: Blend light rum, blue curacao, pineapple juice, and cream of coconut with one cup ice in an electric blender at high speed. Pour contents into a highball glass. Decorate with the slice of pineapple and a cherry.