A layered shooter that is great for St. Patrick's Day. Although I wrote the measurements as 1/2 ounce it is better to just eye this one into three even layers. I have not made this one yet.... but I am pretty sure the order is Baileys on the bottom, Midori in the middle and Jager on top. Please let me know if I am wrong.
Yet another recipe from Southern Living 1981, Syllabub, depending on how it's made, can be a custard type dessert or a beverage. It's made with cream (or milk) and wine or other spirits. Recipes for Syllabub can be traced back to the 17th century. This particular recipe produces a lighter eggnog-type beverage. Cook time is the time listed to chill the beverage.
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.
This is a fabulous Mojito recipe that makes enough for 4 glasses. I usually double or triple the recipe and serve it in a glass pitcher that is garnished with mint leaves. Perfect for Cinco de Mayo! This Mojito can be made with either white or gold rum but don't leave out the bitters. ¡Vivas!
Really delicious! Use your ice pop molds to make this refreshing adult ice pop. This recipe is a lot of fun! Should be served on a hot day, by the poolside or whenever you desire a little cooling refreshment!
Simple Syrup is little more then a mixture of sugar and water. The sweetness and/or density is a matter of preference. Thin and medium syrup is best for cocktails, while thicker syrup is used for sundaes, fountain drinks and deserts.
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.