Awhile back I had a contest and the prize was a drink created for and named after the winner. The Blake Norton was born. 5 different kinds of booze with fresh squeezed lime and orange juice, The Blake Norton baby!
It tastes orangey, a little sweet, sour and aromatic, a well balanced cocktail. Perfect for hangin' with your Tomato. This drink is the Cat's Pajamas, the Bee's Knees. It's berries man, mighty fine Giggle Water.
The Widow’s Kiss is a beautifully rich cocktail and a strong libation which is perfect for the colder months ahead, fall turning to winter. The drink has a long herbal finish with just a slight hint of apple. It’s sweet and complex, just like a Widow’s Kiss.
Sweet orange and sour lemon round this well balanced cocktail out with just a hint of vanilla and ginger. Even though it’s strong with alcohol there’s no bite to this soft and flavourful cocktail. It’s absolutely delicious.
It's creamy, fruity, sweet and smooth. Not too strong tasting even though there's 3 oz. of alcohol in it. Easy to make, this light coconut-y cocktail is perfect for a summer afternoon get together with your Pirate friends - as good as "Pirate Booty" gets.
The Blue Hawaii is a refreshingly sweet tropical delight with Pineapple juice taking centre stage. The alcohol burn is masked by the flavours of fresh citrus. This brilliant blue cocktail is a tempting treat just right for a summer day in the sun – what a great poolside cocktail.
A medium strength, fruity/citrus forward somewhat tart cocktail that when shaken over ice and strained into a chilled cocktail glass becomes a smooth, sweet and sour pleasure. Papa would approve of this tropical delight.
Fruity and citrus-forward this drink is both sour and sweet. Served on the rocks this refreshing tropical cocktail is easy to make. A strong afternoon libation with a base spirit of Cachaça. Yeah baby!
Not too sweet, fresh Blueberry puree mixed with Lemonade, Elderflower liqueur, Gin and Sparkling wine makes this tasty summer refreshment a real thirst quencher - adult style… perfect for a hot summer day.
Sangria! Perfect for when company is over. Make it before hand and serve. That way you don't have to play bartender. We're making a lighter, Blush version, along with a darker red, single serve shaken version!
I had so much pie left over from our Coconut Key Lime cocktail episode that I wasn't gonna eat. So i figured, what the hell, let's stick in the blender and add booze. Turns out it was actually really good! I think I'm onto something... blend it with booze!
Paying tribute to a legend. The sweet and sour blend of pomegranate makes this drink a little tart and refreshing. Because the ice cubes are made from pomegranate juice the drink won't dilute! Truly fit for a Prince.
This drink is very easy to make and easy to remember. The name breaks down like this: Slow - for the Sloe Gin, Comfortable - for the Southern Comfort, Screw - for the Screwdriver which is Orange Juice and Vodka, and Galliano makes the WALL, as in a Harvey Wallbanger.
In the prohibition era booze was hard to come by so people resorted to making their own gin at home (aka bathtub gin), it was awful! The Pink Lady became very popular because its ingredients covered up the taste of that nasty homemade brew.
Simple Syrup is an essential item to stock in any bar. This sweetener is primarily used as a substitute for raw sugar and adds rich volume. You'll find simple syrup in many cocktails, and it's simple to make!