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    These are so gooooood. Refreshing and the sugar rim tastes just right with the tangy grapefruit juice. From Sunset magazine.

    Recipe #69934

    We love keeping this on hand for the cold nights and when company comes over. You can even leave the alcohol out for the kids. My daughter loves it for a treat.

    Recipe #13267

    10 Reviews |  By Bev

    Take advantage of the fresh grapefruit in season to make these delicious cocktails from Gourmet.

    Recipe #58730

    5 Reviews |  By ~Bliss~

    Incredibly Delicious!!

    Recipe #122224

    Easy, blender free, slushy, margarita. Perfect for camping, the RV or just to have on hand for a quick and yummy frozen drink! Just dump it all into a tupperware type container and freeze! The alcohol prevents it from freezing solid. Prep time does not include freeze time.

    Recipe #98221

    I came across this drink at the Dragonfish Cafe in Seattle, and had to ask the waitress what was in them... now I enjoy them at home, too. It's a beautiful emerald green color!

    Recipe #34765

    The original recipe as per Joseph Sheridan should be: "Cream, rich as an Irish brogue; Coffee, strong as a friendly hand; Sugar, sweet as the tongue of a rogue; Whiskey, smooth as the wit of the land." An After Dinner classic and with a rich history - use good Irish Whiskey, freshly brewed coffee and pouring cream (Double cream) - NOT whipped cream for this authentic and delectable boozy coffee! History: From 1939 to 1945 Joseph Sheridan was the head Chef of a catering company based at the Shannon airport (20 miles north of Limerick , Ireland ). Joseph Sheridan was taxed with trying to find a suitable drink for passengers who had traveled for eighteen hours by seaplane and then had to travel by boat to the terminal. Hot coffee and tea was obviously not enough to take the chill out of the passengers so Joseph began to offer an alternative. His mix of Irish whiskey and coffee became known as Irish Coffee, and Joseph had secured his place in drink history To this day if you travel through Shannon Airport you will find the “Sheridan Bar” in the departures lounge, and a plaque that has been placed there in honour of Joseph’s great warm libation. (and yes, they do serve his original Irish Coffee recipe.) Sláinte!

    Recipe #289213

    This is a very naughty drink. It tastes like strawberry ice cream chupa chups to me! (Lolly pops, not as popular in America as Australia and the UK. They are DELISH tho, even adults love them cause they taste like real ice cream and or fruit.) Be very careful gals and guys, cause they aren't very strong, but they go down VERY well. Quite sweet.

    Recipe #246022

    2 Reviews |  By RENO911

    My mom used to make this on New Year's Eve for her party guests. I made this when I became an adult and it is still a hit at parties. I used the small juice can and just fill up the can with the gin. Equal parts. You can also add lemon-lime soda for some of the gin for a lighter version on a hot summer day.

    Recipe #347157

    Warning: Deliciously Addictive! I threw this one together using ingredients I had on hand. Super easy and tasty. Enjoy!

    Recipe #382949

    This drink is wonderful to serve to friends -- the red wine floats on top of the pale green limeade, making a beautiful two-tone presentation. The "cooking" time is actually the time for refrigerating the limeade mixture before making the cocktails.

    Recipe #306059

    A drink recipe from Everyday With Rachael Ray October 2006. I love strawberries, so it sounds delicious, but haven't tried it yet!

    Recipe #278197

    14 Reviews |  By Calee

    This is a very good shot drink. The amount of cinnamon is up to your personal tastes. I don't add a lot.

    Recipe #212632

    I love this fresh frozen drinks, they are sweet and tart with the pink lemonade and peaches. Anytime we have a social gathering everyone wants these made. They are alcoholic but they are so pretty my kids wanted to try them so I made them and left out the vodka and it is a smoothie or icy for the kids. They loved them too!

    Recipe #384549

    Tart and delicious, sweet and lemony. Go easy on these! Recipe courtesy "What's Cooking America"

    Recipe #88364

    A creamy chocolate, coffee, hazelnut cocktail which is far too good to make only once a year. Share this with a loved one at any time... Among Valentine's Day 2006 recipes in the Australian magazine 'Women's Day'.

    Recipe #159845

    Taken on Drinksmixer.com to be served in a parfait glass.

    Recipe #249488

    8 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    A beautiful rosy colored Margarita flavored by raspberry.

    Recipe #180050

    After a lot of trial and error, I finally found the perfect combination...not too sweet, not too sour, not too strong. Fresh lemon juice makes this cocktail amazing and refreshing. Also, perfect to make in a pitcher for parties (just adjust the servings).

    Recipe #355747

    My Dad cut this out of newspaper for me as he knows I love cocktails. I haven't tried it yet but thought it would be great for Christmas.

    Recipe #270645

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