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    This is a very sweet wine that is so very popular here. To me it tastes like communion wine or Mogan David! We grow blackberries so we always have a bunch to make the juice. Just mash them up and strain! Of course you could probably buy it at the store too! Cooking time does not reflect time for aging and fermenting. Posting for my dd!

    Recipe #320512

    The last time I had a glass of Pimm's with all the trimmings, was on the lawn at a lovely old Elizabthan Hall, on a beautiful English summer's evening......so, I named my cocktail, Pimm's on the Lawn!! Nothing beats a glass of Pimms on a summer�s day. The British beverage is almost as much a tradition as the cup of tea, and the British down the gin-based drink by the gallon during the summer months. A history of Pimms: Step back to a London oyster bar in the 1840s where owner James Pimm invented the thirst-quencher. Using gin, quinine and a secret mixture of herbs, good old Pimm served up the brew as an aid to digestion, dishing it out in a small tankard and the No. 1 Cup moniker was born. After the Second World War, Pimms extended their range, using a number of other spirits as bases for new cups. Scotch lent its name to No. 2 cup, whilst No. 3 used brandy, No. 4 rum, No. 5 rye and No. 6 vodka. Of all of these, the vodka cup is the only one in production along with the original No. 1 cup, which still reigns supreme in popularity. Cheers!

    Recipe #245505

    2 Reviews |  By twissis

    Another cocktail inspired by a classic movie from the *Afternoon Delights* section of the Australian Women's Weekly "Cocktail Guide" cookbook ... Scarlett was such a twit to let Rhett get away! *Enjoy*

    Recipe #235169

    The South will rise again! This is a layered drink in a tall shot glass made to represent the Stars and Bars. It actually tastes like a red hot - like the ones my grandmother would slip me in church.

    Recipe #231530

    3 Reviews |  By Bev

    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!

    Recipe #230818

    This came out of my mom's recipes. I have made it for a long time.

    Recipe #230213

    This is a drink I took at the Hard Rock Cafe in Montreal.

    Recipe #228520

    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.

    Recipe #228338

    2 Reviews |  By PanNan

    A refreshing summer time adult treat.

    Recipe #227753

    For summer parties

    Recipe #227085

    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.

    Recipe #226035

    1 Reviews |  By Calms79

    One version of the Fallen Angel is made using creme de menthe but this version using blue curacao is more suited to my tastes.

    Recipe #224746

    Recipe #223826

    Great smooth and creamy cocktail for those of you that like a fruity drink using Creme De Nayaux. One of my favorites during the summer. Very refreshing. Hope you enjoy it too.

    Recipe #223670

    Okay, you've seen Amarula served with all kinds of stuff, but have you tried it with a Chambord? Tastes just like a chocolate covered raspberry. Hope you like it

    Recipe #223478

    This is a great sipping drink! combine the two Amarula Cream and Vanilla Vodka and pour over ice and enjoy

    Recipe #223066

    This simple fruity cocktail comes from Delicious magazine in Australia. The only alcohol you'll need is Bacardi rum.

    Recipe #222053

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Made for all my friends Down South that enjoy Southern Comfort and for us up North that want Good Old Southern Comfort!

    Recipe #222022

    Pink grapefruit cocktail. . .

    Recipe #221876

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    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!

    Recipe #220650

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