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Your Weekend Drink: Irish Buck

January 7, 2011 Leave a comment

Get a different flavor with that whiskey, such as my prefered brand, Tullamore Dew

1 1/2 oz Irish Whiskey
Ginger ale
Lemon peel

Pour whiskey in a highball with ice. Twist the lemon peel and drop in. Fill with Ginger ale

-LJB

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Your Weekend Drink: The Poinsettia

December 31, 2010 1 comment

Since there will probably be some champagne around, try this on for size!

1/2 oz triple sec
3 oz cranberry juice
Champagne

-Drinkjuiceboy

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Your Weekend Drink: Little Devil

December 17, 2010 Leave a comment

Here’s a rum drink that’s a bit different. A couple of these and you’ll be doing just fine.

1/2 ounce Gin
1/2 ounce Rum (Light)
1/4 ounce Triple Sec
1/4 ounce Lemon Juice

Combine in a shaker with ice. Serve in a cocktail glass.

Enjoy!

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Your Weekend Drink: Colorado Bulldog

December 10, 2010 Leave a comment

If you like White Russians, you might want to give the Colorado Bulldog a try. The difference: you add an equal amount of cream and cola, instead of just cream.

Far out

1 shot vodka
1 shot Kahlua
Equal parts cream (or milk) and Coca-Cola

-Flanaganjuiceboy

This Weekend’s Drink: Hot Mulled Wine

December 3, 2010 Leave a comment

Warm Goodness

In a continuing effort to bring you, our loyal, sexy readers, a litany of choices for your weekend imbibing, we offer you this holiday drink, a tasty treat to sip on while the decorations sparkle in front of the fireplace and the snowflakes pile up outside.

Although we caution you from ordering this at a bar. This is most decidedly an at-home drink.

Enjoy!

Stick one clove into the peel of each of the orange wedges. Put 6 wedges into a stainless-steel pan, along with the red wine, brandy or Cointreau, broken cinnamon stick, mixed spice and sugar.
Warm gently over low heat for 10-15 min, then turn off the heat and let the flavours infuse for 10 min.
Ladle the wine into glasses, leaving out the orange wedges and straining out the cinnamon pieces.
Take the 6 remaining wedges, make a cut between the pith and the flesh and hook one on to the side of each glass.
Add the fresh cinnamon sticks to serve.

The full recipe is found here.

-Charlie-in-the-boxjuiceboy

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