This is so good and so pretty! It's bright blue and the grenadine makes a bright red layer at the bottom of the glass! Be sure to serve it in a glass martini glass to get the great effect! I served this at our 4th party and received many raves. This is my first post - hope you like it.
You pick the name! This wonderful drink we made for Christmas using Cranberry Liqueur by eebrag recipe #103136. I'm not sure if the stores have any cranberry Liqueur for sale if they do give it a try if you can't wait to make the liqueur by eebrag. This would be great for Valentines Days!
A light, somewhat tart cocktail, that blends the flavors of lime, orange and black currant with tequilla. If you like tequilla, I think you'll enjoy this. Mix up a shaker or 2, sit back, and imagine yourself in a beach chair watching the Acapulco sun rise.
This exotic martini is made with Amarula Cream Liqueur from South Africa. After watching the great fun the chimps were having eating the Marula fruit on a cable program, I had to buy a bottle. If you enjoy the flavors of caramel with hints of chocolate and vanilla -- this liqueur made from a special fruit found only in one location in Africa is for you -- Go buy a bottle ... You can thank me later.
When I was a bartender people always commented that I made the best mixed drinks. One of my requested mixed drinks was my version of the Amaretto Sour. My “secret” was the addition of 7-Up which I think gave the drink a gentle fizz that broke up the syrupy sweetness of the drink. I usually made my own sour mix, which was nothing more then Country Time Lemonade (another “secret”) or would mix lemon juice with some granulated sugar -- and shake vigorously. You can also use store bought sour mix.
This is a delicious coffee Adult milkshake! The recipe uses Amarula Cream Liquor from South Africa. It is sold at most liquor stores. The frappé looks great in a highball glass with a long stem or large mouth wine goblet. If you love chocolate and coffee... this shake is for you!
It’s often difficult to find aquavit here in the liquor stores of the United States. So if you have a hankering for that potent liquor, here’s a substitute for you. :) You can experiment with all sorts of flavors, not just caraway. Recipe adapted from "Kitchen of Light: New Scandinavian Cooking with Andreas Viestad" by Andres Viestad. Prep time includes infusion.
Yummy Liquid Dessert!The brand liqueurs I used can be changed to what you like or can find in your area. This is sweet and strong.You can use plain white or brown sugar and skip the cracker if you like. Make sure you chill your glasses in the freezer.