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Happy Christmas! Or, Happy New Year depending on when you find the Blooming Champagne Cocktail used best. You can use this cocktail to celebrate any season. All you really need is a jar of hibiscus flowers and a bottle of champagne, and maybe a little rose water to fill it out.
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Time to make a Dark 'n Stormy Christmas Eve Style. How does one do that? With Jagermeister Spice of course! In most regards this taste much like a Dark 'n Stormy, although Derrick prefers a bit more of a lemon juice in his Dark 'n Stormy recipe designs, this one brings in a bit of a "holiday spice" in the form of subtle vanilla from the Jagermeister Spice. However, it's much more overpowered with the ginger beer addition.
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Grandma's cookies are always great, and this shot proves it. When combining all of these ingredients it would be rare for them not to work out together; Grandma doesn't disappoint.
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Time to bring out a cocktail submitted in 2013 for the holidays that didn't make the broadcast. But, no worries, here is the Ho, Ho, Ho cocktail for this holiday celebration.
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Happy Thanksgiving! Ours has already been quite eventful with a big snow storm, power loss, internet loss and more! This video was uploaded over 4G LTE, so it took awhile, but we got it out on Thanksgiving! The Thanksgiving Manhattan is here, it's a festive twist on a standard manhattan which makes it much better (in my opinion) than the original.
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Happy Halloween! This cocktail isn't "scary", but does give us an excuse to break out a product that arrives as the autumn arrives: Eggnog. We'll have it around until the end of December, so let's start now! Definite coffee and eggnog profile with a bit of a chocolate playing in your mouth as well.
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If you didn't know it was a tequila, you may think it's a bourbon! Suggested retail price is $29.99, far cheaper than most añejo's on the market that we've tried yet it remains a tasty complex selection for your shelf.
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Happy St. Patrick's Day! Time for Tequila! Obviously. Today we take some tequila and bring it into the Green Chartreuse, very fancy but yet simple.
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The one directionality of a mintini tastes much like one would expect: mint. What type of mint? All type of mint, all up in your face hole all blowing your mind. This mint will blow the left side of your ear right off with mint impact.
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Absinthe time! We take some Lucid absinthe and bust out a drink that reminds us of a "light absinthe" cocktail because it's a bit easier on the senses. The Green Beast is still very much an absinthe drink but it has a lighter anise attack with a bit of back-end sourness that's not too acidic. Get yourself a green vinyl shaker, speakeasy martini glass and get building!