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Traditional: Amaretto liqueur and juice from half a lemon, shaken with ice, strained into an old fashioned glass that has had its rim optionally "frosted" with granulated sugar, and garnished with a maraschino cherry.
Modern: use 3 parts Amaretto and 1 part sour mix instead of the lemon juice; do not frost the rim of the glass with sugar.
Served on the rocks and garnished with half an orange slice, lemon peel. 3cl (one part) Campari
3cl (one part) sweet vermouth
Dash of club soda
Shake well together, then pour over ice into glass. Garnish and serve.
Served straight up in a shot glass.
2cl (1 part) Kahlua
2cl (1 part) Bailey's Irish cream
2cl (1 part) Grand Marnier
Layer ingredients into a shot glass. Serve with a stirrer.
Served straight up.
1 part Elixir d’Anu (Belgium)
1 part Cherry Brandy (Denmark)
1 part Noilly Prat (France)
1 part Schlichte (Germany)
1 part Sloe gin (Britain)
1 part Orange Curacao (Netherlands)
1 part Dry White Wine (Luxembourg)
1 part Coffee Liqueur (Ireland)
1 part Carpano (Italy)
Shake and strain into cocktail glass.
Flaming Dr. Pepper
Served in a pub glass and a shot glass.
3 parts Amaretto
1 part Bacardi 151
1 pint (~13 parts) beer
Layer the two spirits in the shot glass, with the 151 on top. Light the shot and allow to burn, then extinguish by dropping it into the beer glass. Drink immediately.
Served shaken, with ice.
2cl (one part) Crème de menthe (green)
2cl (one part) Creme de Cacao (white)
2cl (one part) Fresh cream
Pour ingredients into a shaker with ice. Shake briskly and then strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
Served shaken in a frosted glass.
One part Herbsaint
One part soda water
Half teaspoon simple syrup or sugar
Stir together with plenty of ice, then strain into a very well chilled glass. Serve very cold.
Served straight up and garnished with cinnamon.
The preparation of this drink is extremely complicated, and is explained below.
The Cinnamon can be replaced with black pepper if desired, creating a much more bitter drink, known as the pepperdraft.
The procedure is as follows:
A saucer is placed on a counter or table.
A shot glass is placed in the center of the saucer, filled with Sambuca.
A pint glass is filled with 1 - 2 shots of Cointreau.
Swirl this in the glass to coat the sides.
The Cointreau is lit and allowed to burn until the sides of the glass become warm to the touch.
The lit Cointreau is poured into the shot glass, igniting the Sambuca.
Cinnamon (or black pepper in the case of a Pepperdraft) is sprinkled into the flaming alcohol from about 1/3 of a meter (1 foot) above the shot glass. The finely powdered spice will ignite in the flame.
Important: All the while the pint glass must be kept upside down above the flames to catch the alcohol vapor coming off of the burning liquids.
When approximately 3-6 good shakes of cinnamon have been dispensed, the pint glass is lowered over the flaming liquid.
Note: the liquid on the outside of the inverted pint glass will still burn and needs to be gently blown out. The upside down pint glass is smaller than the coffee cup saucer, and will thus seal to the saucer extinguishing the flames inside.
As the alcohol cools inside the pint glass it will try to suck the alcohol on the outside back into the upside down pint glass. This backdraft effect is the origin of the drink's name.
The pint glass is removed and 2-3 ice cubes are placed into it. The opening of the pint glass is immediately sealed with the palm of the bartender's hand.
The pint glass is shaken: this has the effect of cooling the alcohol vapors and causing them to condense on the ice cubes, the walls of the glass and the air inside the glass.
Preparation is now complete. The drinker first downs the shot or drinks it through a straw. Then the straw is slipped through the bartender's fingers into the pint glass, whereby the drinker "drinks" the condensed alcohol - actually mainly inhaling the alcohol vapors inside the glass. Finally, the drinker uses the straw to suck up the spirits which have collected in the saucer. The combination of ingested and inhaled alcohol makes this drink extremely potent. The ice cubes (and the layer of condensed alcohol on them) may be eaten if desired.
Flirtini Sex in the City
1/2 oz. Marie Brizard Triple Sec Liqueur
1/2 oz. Raspberry Vodka
Splash of Lime Juice, Cranberry Juice and Pineapple Juice
Splash each of 3 juices. Shake ingredients vigorously and strain into a Martini glass that has four raspberries muddled in the bottom of the glass. Top with Champagne and garnish with a sprig of mint. Color should be pale yellow.
1 1/2 oz Bailey's® Irish cream
1/2 oz Kahlua® coffee liqueur
Pour hershey's chocolate syrup around the inside rim of a rocks glass. Fill with ice, add ingredients, and serve.
Mudslide - The Ultimate
30 ml vodka
30 ml Kahlua® coffee liqueur
30 ml Bailey's® Irish cream
60 ml cream
60 ml milk
3 ice cubes
Place all ingredients, except grated chocolate, in a blender and blend until smooth. Pour into glass and sprinkle with grated chocolate.
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