2 counts dry vermouth, 6 counts vodka or gin (customer call) shaken, strained add olive juice and garnish with an olive.
1/2 oz. of cointreau orange liquer1/2 oz. of vodka1/2 of freshly squeezed limea splash of cranberry juicepour all ingredients in mixing glass half filled with ice, shake and strain in chilled martini glass
1/2oz tequila, 1/2 oz watermelon schnapps, 1/2oz red bull, mixed in shot glass.
Pour half a shot of Irish creme liqueur into a shot class and pour another half a shot of Irish whiskey on top of the creme liqueur. Pour 3/4 of Guinness into a glass and let settle. drop the shot glass into the the Guinness and chug
An Old Fashioned with Booker's Bourbon. The overproof strength of Booker's really lets the Bourbon stand out, even after the sugar and bitters are added.
1 1/2 oz american whiskey, (bourbon or rye), 3/4 oz each lemon and simple syrup. Add slightly less than 1/4 oz egg white and dry shake in a boston tin. Add ice and shake again. Strain over ice into a rocks glass, garnish with a lemon wedge and straw
Well in a mixing glass, use bar spoon inserted into the ice then swisel the twisted staff between fingers gently to rotate the base. In a mixed drink, rum and coke example, pour rum then mixer, add swisel stick or stir straw and swirl one rotation around the glass.
Putting zest of it let the oil all around the rim then twist put it in the middle.
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