When I first saw this recipe I saw orange juice in the ingredient list and I thought, no, I don't think so. But I decided to give it a try and gave it to my Bloody Mary loving husband to give it the final approval. He gives it a very outstanding rating!!-- So I am offering it to you to give a try to see if you agree with him! I hope you like it as well as he does!
Crowd size punch that goes together quickly. Might be a bit strong at first, but as the ice begins to melt, it comes out just right. Tastes good even with cheap tequila. Number of servings is a guess. Cook time is chill time.
This is the best 'recipe' for Margaritas I've made...and I've made a lot. Not too sweet, not too sour - just PERFECT! Depending on how big you like your Margaritas, this will make about 20 wonderful drinks.
If you are looking for a cookie or candy bar recipe this is not for you. If you are looking for a sweet drink- you've landed in the right place! I prefer this drink shaken with ice or you might try blending it with a few ice cubes. This is from Flora's Drink Hideout.
I am posting this in honor of my Irish grandfather. Every Christmas and Thanksgiving he would make a traditional Manhattan and my Mom and I would always doctor ours up with lots of ginger ale, sit back, and watch the fireworks explode! These have a very strong alcohol flavor and are potent- and I do not recommend making this if you are looking for a fru-fru drink! The recipe is adapted from Bon Appetite and they suggest that if you prefer it a bit drier to make the vermouth portion half sweet and half dry.
Don't worry about using the exact fruit in the recipe: have fun and choose whatever looks good at the store or is growing on your trees! This gets more and more potent as time goes on; after three days one slice of apple will give you the giggles.
This martini is made with Amarula, a South African liqueur made from the Marula Fruit... After watching how much fun the chimps had on a cable program I just had to get it and see what all the fun was about. If you like the flavors of caramel and hints of chocolate and vanilla -- go buy a bottle... You can thank me later.
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.
This is a is a rich and creamy liqueur. Found this on the web-tender. Normally made from eggs, sugar and brandy.
Variations: Substitute 1/4 to 1/2 cup brandy or 1 cup of rum for same volume of vodka. Do try a flavored vodka or rum. Traditional way to serve it is in a wide glass with whipped cream and cocoa powder sprinkled on top. The Recipe #220603 is a very popular drink made with it!