Post # 1
Im having beer, wine, soda, tea, lemonade & two cocktails.
Im going to have tropical sunrise margarita (melon liquer, tequila, grenadine, and pineapple juice) Id like one more cocktail to be served. Any help ladies? Tell me a drink you love to have at weddings – and its ingredients 🙂
thank youuu !
Post # 3
Don’t know what this is called, but UV Blue and either lemonade or Rockstar / Red Bull is AWESOME. I also like a good Blue Maui + Mountain Dew.
Post # 4
hmmm maybe something vodka? although since you have one fruity drink already i do think you should do something more… masculine… maybe a rum drink?? hmmm mojito? rum and soda?
Post # 5
My Fave is champagne and x-rated, so yummy.
Post # 6
Can’t go wrong with a Manhattan!
Post # 7
You might try picking up a cocktail book at Barnes and Nobles, there are usually a ton in the clearance section for cheap. You can pick out a few that you like and try them at home. We do this sometimes just for fun. We will pick up the airline type bottles so we don’t have a ton of stuff we will not drink laying around.
(just a side note, try that melon liquor in hot chocolate. Sounds terrible, but it really rocks. Years ago a liquor rep turned me onto these)
Post # 8
Something simple and not-sweet, like a gin and tonic or vodka tonic maybe?
Post # 9
What about champagne and pear vodka? You can get away with a cheaper champagne since it’s a mixer (there’s a $10.99 bottle at Trader Joe’s that is perfect! Just make sure it is a brut (dry) version!). Pretty much any pear vodka will do 🙂
Post # 10
since you already have something fruity i would go with something more bubbly and acidic, maybe a whiskey sour or a long island ice tea?
Shake the whiskey, lemon juice, and sugar vigorously with ice; then strain over ice into a chilled cocktail glass, Old Fashioned glass, or highball glass. Garnish with an orange or lemon slice (or both) and a maraschino cherry.
Long Island Ice Tea
- 1/2 ounce vodka
- 1/2 ounce gin
- 1/2 ounce tequila
- 1/2 ounce light rum
- 1/2 ounce fresh lemon juice
- 1/2 ounce triple sec
- 1 teaspoon superfine sugar
- Cold cola
- Wedge of lemon
Shake the vodka, gin, tequila, rum, lemon juice, triple sec, and sugar with ice; then strain into a chilled collins glass filled with ice. Add cola to fill, gently stir, and garnish with a lemon wedge.
I hope this helps
Post # 11
mmmmmm goombay smash, light rum – dark rum – coconut rum – pineapple juice
Post # 12
Since one of your coctails is tequila and fruit – I’d suggest to go the other way and go completely traditional with either a vodka/tonic or gin & tonic basic. No fruit, no fluff – just a basic cocktail for your hardcore traditional drinkers.