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Posted Bars-and-Bartending.com on 12 November 2010 - 01:15 PM
1oz Midori or Melon liqueur
Lime bar mix
If that's not it, its not going to disappoint.
Posted Dan on 25 October 2007 - 11:39 PM
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So, let the pouring begin!
Posted Dan on 05 May 2006 - 11:56 AM
I love the smooth taste of Crown and although I can drink it over ice, the Cola just adds the sweetness I crave. Kinda like adding sugar to your coffee I guess.
So, how about the rest of you, what do you like?
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Posted straightupspirits on 30 September 2013 - 04:46 PM
It’s officially fall, which means apple picking and lots of apple cider! Here are some delicious recipes for apple season!
Apple Crumb Martini
1.5 parts Jameson Irish Whiskey
.75 part Hiram Walker Butterscotch Schnapps
1.5 parts Pressed Apple Juice
.5 part Lime Juice
1 part Sugar Syrup
Pomegranate Apple Martini
3 parts Brancott Estate Sauvignon Blanc
(or Chardonnay or Pinot Gris)
2 parts Apple Cider
1 part POM pomegranate juice
Directions: Shake ingredients very well with ice and
strain into a chilled martini glass.
Garnish: sliced apple (when in season) or lime wheel
Mama’s Maple Cider
3 parts Apple Cider
1 part Mama Walker’s Maple Bacon LiqueurCocktails for Apple Season
Posted straightupspirits on 31 July 2013 - 08:23 AM
Watermelon Mint Summer Sangria
• 1 Bottle Sandeman Founders Reserve Porto
• 12oz Lemon-lime Soda
• ¼ Watermelon, Muddled And Strained For Juice
• 20 Mint Leaves, Muddled
• 10-15 Strawberries, Halved
Slice strawberries in half and set aside. Slice watermelon, muddle and strain for juice. Mix Sandeman Founders Reserve Porto, lemon-lime soda and watermelon juice in pitcher. Add strawberries and let sit for 8-12 hours (or overnight). Muddle mint leaves and add to pitcher before serving.
Summer State of Mind
- 2 parts Malibu Coconut Rum
- 1 part Hiram Walker Raspberry Schnapps
- Juice of one Lime
- Top with Lemon-lime Soda
• 1 oz Bourbon
• .5 oz Strawberry Syrup
• .5 oz Fresh Lemon Juice
• 2 dashes Fees Rhubarb Bitters
• 2 oz Jacobs Creek Sparking Rose Moscato
Served in a flute glass. Top with Jacob’s Creek Sparkling Rose Moscato
Summers with Mama
- 1.5 parts Mama Walker Blueberry Pancakes
- .75 part Absolut Citron
- 3 parts cranberry juice
- Splash of club soda
Posted straightupspirits on 29 October 2012 - 10:06 AM
1 part Absolut Vodka (Regular or Vanilia)
1 part Hiram Walker Pumpkin Spice Liqueur
Shake and strain into a martini glass. Sprinkle with a pinch of cinnamon.
Sandeman Mulled Port Wine
1 bottle of Sandeman Founders Reserve Port
6 oz. Martell VS Cognac
½ cup of Sugar
2 sticks of cinnamon
1 orange cut in small slices
4 oz. fresh squeezed orange juice
Combine all ingredients into a medium size sauce pan and bring to heat but not boil. Serve hot in traditional mulled wine glasses.
The Vanilia Rose
Add 1/2 oz. of Absolut Vanilia to a cocktail glass
Fill with chilled Jacob’s Creek Moscato Rose
Drop in 2-3 cherry ice cubes**
**To make cherry ice cubes, simply place cherry juice into ice cube trays and freeze…that’s it!
Posted Normaldude79 on 27 October 2012 - 05:38 PM
Posted Caroline on 03 September 2011 - 07:54 AM
Posted Bars-and-Bartending.com on 25 April 2011 - 10:43 PM
There are a couple of sites I've seen that have a reverse drink recipe software program on their site where you can put in the type of alcohol and mix that you have on hand and they'll spit back the drinks that you can make with those ingredients...very helpful.
You can find it here: http://www.webtender...i-bin/imbselect
Enjoy your newly found cocktails.
Posted clevelandka on 03 April 2011 - 08:51 AM
Posted Bars-and-Bartending.com on 12 November 2010 - 01:12 PM
1. Shooter Paddles - Have some paddles made - about 1/2 inch thick and 3 ft long. Drill some holes, paint your logo on it and offer 6, 8, 10 or 12 shot paddles
2. Festive Cocktails - every time there is a holiday or event of some sort, Halloween, Christmas, St. Paddy's Day, SuperBowl etc, create signature cocktails for the event.
3. Food & Drink Combos - Try tying in all your food specials to drinks. I.e.- get $0.20 Tacos when you order a pitcher of beer, $0.15 Wings with the purchase of a pint of beer, $3 Salad with the purchase of a cocktail etc
4. Food Happy Hour - instead of discounting the alcohol, try discounting some apps for Happy Hour and pairing the food items with drink specials
5. Pairing Food (wings) with Sports Specials - any time you show a big sporting event, entice people to come with food and drink specials. Eg. Enjoy $5 personal pizzas during UFC
6. Shooter of the Day - Create a new shooter recipe every day and promote it as the "Shooter of the Day".
7 Beers of the World Promotion - If you serve a bunch of different beers from different areas of the world, you can do an around the world promo where people get a card punched each time they try a new beer and get a prize for trying, say, 10 of them.
8. Sports Races - if you show sporting events, get your customers in on the excitement of watching their favorite teams race. You can use Hermit Crabs or turtles, have their shells painted each teams' colors and a little arena set up for them to race in. Race them before the game - the winner of the race is the predicted winner of the game.
9. Sponsoring Teams - Find local sports teams and offer to sponsor them by paying for their jerseys (which would have your bar name on it) if they agree to meet at your bar after each of their games.
10. Sports Pools - Run football, hockey or basketball pools at your bar to bring in a solid group of regulars who come in to watch the games and check the stats.
11. Shooter Luge - during an event, have an ice shooter luge. Shooter luges can be made in any shape and, in addition to being cool, they actually are cool - they chill the shot on the way through the ice before coming out chilled at the bottom.
Hope this helps
Posted schndl on 18 February 2010 - 01:59 PM
Posted leelondon on 09 December 2009 - 11:08 AM
Do you think they're real?
Posted alelyloawaymn on 10 November 2009 - 11:35 AM
Posted DaCloser714 on 08 April 2009 - 06:11 PM
I first want to say THIS IS AN AWESOME SITE! especially to newbies like me!
second, I wanted to say I am going to bartending school, and will be taking my test in a few days.
I live in Orange County, Ca and I really want to find a job, my school offers job placement but to all you bartenders out there, WHAT IS YOUR OPINION WITH WORKING AT A BAR,RESTURANT OR SPORTS BAR? WHAT WOULD BE AN EASIER TRANSITION FOR ME? thank you and I am sorry this is so long
Posted Dan on 28 December 2006 - 10:32 AM
Hope that helps.