It is a very cold night and we are sitting outside. So, needed a stiff one. This is 3 parts Citron Vodka with one part Green Chartreuse.
Nikita was not particularly impressed when i told her that I was going to drink some Gasoline! This is a rather simple – but very potent cocktail made by pouring equal parts Tequila over Southern Comfort.
Shake two ounces of vodka (I used Tito’s), two ounces of apple juice, three quarters of a spoon of grenadine and a spoon of fresh lemon juice in a shaker with ice. Pour it out in a martini glass and add an apple slice as garnish.
I like apples – especially during the holidays – but am not big into cider. This was a great aaple cocktail for a relatively warm fall evening.
This is a holiday favorite. Made it for Thanksgiving dinner. One was a mocktail.
Stir 3 ounce of cranberry juice and an ounce of cointreau in ice. After they have cooled down and mixed well, pour it in a flute glass. Top it off with chilled champagne. (there should be at least 3 ounces of champagne).
Shake 2.5 ounces of Vodka, 0.75 ounce of Triple Sec and a splash of pineapple juice in a mixer with ice and pour into a cocktail glass.
Vanilla vodka, Cointreau and Dry Vermouth. Take 3 ounces of the vodka and half an ounce of the other two ingredients.
Shake them well in a mixer with ice and put in a martini glass. No garnish is added.
I used Tito’s Vodka, Midori Melon Liqueur and lemon zests…
One of the classic mid-1900s cocktail originating from Belgium, this has Vodka (hence the Russian), Kahlua and cream.
This has butterscotch schnapps, vodka and creme de cacao.
This is Jack Daniel’s Whiskey with Sambuca and Southern Comfort.