How to Make a Broadway Cocktail: Frozen

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Nutcracker Frozen Jungle Juices

Here's the recipe: NUTCRACKER FROZEN JUNGLE JUICES Per 15 oz Bottle: 1 ½ oz. (45ml) Vodka 1 oz. (30ml) Peach Schnapps 1 ½ oz. (45ml) Coconut Rum 1 oz. (30ml) Everclear Top with 10 oz of Juices and Sodas of your choice PREPARATION 1. Add liquors to bottles and top with juices and sodas. 2. Freeze bottles. Serve! Enjoy! Get a Tipsy T-Shirt: If you have a cool drink recipe or picture, send it to us: Brand/Media Inquiries: MORE TIPSY BARTENDER Snapchat: TipsyBartender What to send us booze: Tipsy Bartender 3183 Wilshire Blvd #196K22 Los Angeles, CA 90010

How to Make an Old Fashioned | Cocktail Recipes

Like these Cocktail Recipes !!! Check out the official app Watch more How to Make Cocktails videos: The Old-Fashioned cocktail is so old that 100 years ago they still called it an Old-Fashioned. A lot of classic cocktails were invented in the 19th century. We're talking 18th century. So it's definitely earned its name. We're going to start with two ounces of rye whiskey, rye not bourbon, in this case. Because I think it tastes better, bourbon is a little sweeter, and rye is also what they used back in the 19th century. It was much more popular then. For our sweetener we're going to use a little bit of simple syrup. You could also muddle a sugar cube if you want. I just think this mixes better. Just bar spoon of that, not too much or it's going to get way too sweet. Two dashes of angostura bitters and two dashes or orange bitters, which are a little harder to find, but they are available at some specialty stores and I think they're really important in making a great Old-Fashioned. You can make a good Old-Fashioned without them two dashes, but not a great one, for my money anyway. Now you notice I'm not going to muddle anything in this drink. I'm just going to stir it the way it is right now. The muddling of the orange and the cherry was something that came about in the 20th century in the '50's post-Prohibition. A lot of stuff got changed around in Prohibition. People forgot how to make certain drinks, taste's changed, so I'm not saying that's a bad drink. I just don't think that's the most classic way to make it and I prefer it this way. So we're stirring it the way it is. All right, let's get our ice, and I'm going to get my frozen glass, and the Old-Fashioned is served on the rocks. And because it's all spirit, and we're going to sip this drink, it's a really stiff drink. We don't like those ice cubes to be really small, because they melt really fast. They dilute the drink too much. Give it a nice stir there. So what I did was I took a muffin tin and I put some water in that and made these big giant ice cubes. So it keeps the drink cold, but doesn't dilute it too much. It doesn't get too watery. The perfect balance of both worlds. All right, let me grab that ice. Tell me that doesn't look awesome. All right, that should be good enough. And now we're going to garnish this, as we strain it over our nice hockey puck, with a lemon peel and an orange peel. That's the only fruit we're going to put in this. I think maybe that's how the orange and cherry muddling thing started to make it's way into an Old-Fashioned. They used to put peels on them, and then maybe people started putting the whole fruit in them, I don't know not recommended. So holding the pith towards us, the white part towards us, and just squeezing gently the oils out into the glass. As there's the lemon and drop them in there, and there you go. It may not be how Don Draper makes it, but it's probably how George Washington did the classic Old-Fashioned.

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Frozen Fishbowl

Here's the recipe: FROZEN FISHBOWL 1 oz. (30ml) Citrus Vodka 1 oz. (30ml) Coconut Rum 1 oz. (30ml) Blue Raspberry Vodka 2 oz. (60ml) Blue Curacao 2 oz. (60ml) Sweet & Sour 2 oz. (60ml) Lemon Lime Soda Ice Fruit Slices Fish Candies Umbrella PREPARATION 1. To an ice filled blender add citrus vodka, coconut rum, blue raspberry vodka, blue curaçao, sweet and sour and lemon lime soda. Blend well. 2. Pour mix into fishbowl, garnishing with fruit slices and fish candies. 3. Garnish top of drink with fish candies and umbrella. Enjoy responsibly! (Inspired by @pookie_mixinitup) If you have a cool drink recipe or picture, send it to us: Brand/Media Inquiries: MORE TIPSY BARTENDER Snapchat: TipsyBartender Send us booze: Tipsy Bartender 3183 Wilshire Blvd #196K22 Los Angeles, CA 90010

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Celebrate the 2018 Tony Awards with Broadway cocktails, inspired by some of this year's nominated shows!
The Frozen Heart
1 oz. Vodka
2 oz. Coconut Rum
1 oz. Pineapple juice
1.5 oz. Blue Curacao
.5 oz lemon lime soda
white chocolate shavings

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