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Imagine the pressures of being a top five finalist in a cocktail competition. Years of lifes experiences have finally paid off, probably much of those experiences were at the wrong end of a cocktail - drinking, not mi...
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A shooter with a bit of chocolate and a bit of illusion. Really, I don't know what's up with the illusion. The recipe has: 1 oz. Milk, 1/2 oz. Creme de Cacao, 1/4 oz. Southern Comfort and 1/4 oz. Cointreau.Formats ava...
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Our last late halloween cocktails before a fresh new week of non-holiday cocktails. This recipe: 1 oz. White Creme de Cacao, 1 oz. Creme de Banana, 1 oz. Cream.
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For those looking for a flavorful drink that isn't full of fruits, the Sweet Old Fashioned #2 may be a good cocktail choice. This cocktail has subtle brandy/cognac flavors and smoothness with an underlying structure...
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Creamy mild chocolate, mild potent rich sweet flavor with muted hints at mint (or is that just in our brain?)
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No holiday is complete without a pat of butter. What exactly is a pat of butter anyway? So confusing... however, we've got butter with rum and a bunch of other holiday spices to kick up the season into awesome. While, in the end, this cocktail is a bit of a project to build, it does bring spiced flavor for fans of hot and buttery cocktails.
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Today we bust out an Old Fashioned, a drink we've not built on the channel in some time. This drink is significant in the cocktail history books and, it seemed appropriate to have a co-host that understands that histo...
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Passion tends to be super sour, sometimes you can find a sweet variety but more often than not it's a big sour component. In this drink it plays our 'sour' against that of peach schnapps and a few other key ingredient...
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Jaelitha and I sit down (stand up) and taste Nautical Gin while offering a boston shaker give away for those in the US. You'll find Nautical Gin is definitely an American gin, it's got the citrus notes, the botanical ...
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The easy tasting flavor that has an ice tea appeal, color and lack of intense alcohol flavor. The cocktail doesn't have too much additional alcohol over many other cocktails, but it still brings a good 3 oz. in a single drink. The Long Island Iced Tea doesn't hurt a person, it's the follow up request that starts to cause the hurt.