Jealous Cherry Cocktail Recipe


Jealous Cherry Cocktail Recipe

A delicious, cool and fun drink, the Jealous Cherry Cocktail is a wonderful libation to serve at parties, get-togethers, or while relaxing by the pool or in front of a fire.

Prep Time: 3 minutes

Ingredients:

1.5 oz Ginger Beer
1 oz Spiced Rum
1 oz Melon Schnapps
2 oz Blue Curaçao
2 Maraschino Cherries
Crushed Ice

Directions:

• In a Mojito style glass add ginger beer and add crushed ice to almost fill it; set aside.
• In a cocktail shaker add spiced rum, melon schnapps, and blue Curaçao.
• Shake vigorously for 25 – 30 seconds.
• Strain into the Mojito style glass with the ginger beer and crushed ice.
• Garnish with a 2 Maraschino cherries on a cocktail pick.
• Serve.

• Makes 1 Jealous Cherry Cocktail

Jealous Cherry Cocktail Recipe. A delicious, cool and fun drink, the Jealous Cherry Cocktail is a wonderful libation to serve at parties, get-togethers, or while relaxing by the pool or in front of a fire.




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Jealous Cherry Cocktail Recipe. A delicious, cool and fun drink, the Jealous Cherry Cocktail is a wonderful libation to serve at parties, get-togethers, or while relaxing by the pool or in front of a fire.


Jealous Cherry Cocktail Mise en Place:

Mojito Glass
Cocktail Shaker
Jigger
Cocktail Strainer
Cocktail Pick

As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.


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Kiwi Rum Quencher


Kiwi Rum Quencher Recipe

This sweet, fun and delicious cocktail is a wonderful party quencher. Whether sipping drinks by the pool, having cocktails with friends, or trying something new at a celebration, this fabulous Kiwi Rum Quencher will have everyone asking for more.

Prep Time: 3 minutes

Ingredients:

1 oz Rum
3 oz Pinot Grigio
2 TBSP Honey
Crushed Ice
1 Rosemary Sprig
2 Ripe Kiwi, sliced

Directions:

• In a cocktail shaker combine rum, Pinot Grigio, honey and crushed ice.
• Shake for 30 seconds.
• In a large mason-style glass layer sliced kiwis and crushed ice.
• Pour cocktail in a glass.
• Top with a few slices of sliced kiwi.
• Garnish with a fresh spring of rosemary.

• Makes 1 Kiwi Rum Quencher

Kiwi Rum Quencher. This sweet, fun and delicious cocktail is a wonderful party quencher. Whether sipping drinks by the pool, having cocktails with friends, or trying something new at a celebration, this fabulous Kiwi Rum Quencher will have everyone asking for more.




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Kiwi Rum Quencher. This sweet, fun and delicious cocktail is a wonderful party quencher. Whether sipping drinks by the pool, having cocktails with friends, or trying something new at a celebration, this fabulous Kiwi Rum Quencher will have everyone asking for more.


Kiwi Rum Quencher Mise en Place:

Cocktail Shaker
Jigger
• Knife
• Cutting Board
Mason Style Glass
Measuring Spoons

Kiwi Rum Quencher Ingredients:

• 1 oz Rum
• 3 oz Pinot Grigio
• 2 TBSP Honey
• Crushed Ice
• 1 Rosemary Sprig
• 2 Ripe Kiwi, sliced

Kiwi Rum Quencher Directions:

• In a cocktail shaker combine rum, Pinot Grigio, honey and crushed ice.
• Shake for 30 seconds.
• In a large mason-style glass layer sliced kiwis and crushed ice.
• Pour cocktail in a glass.
• Top with a few slices of sliced kiwi.
• Garnish with a fresh spring of rosemary.

Kiwi Rum Quencher. This sweet, fun and delicious cocktail is a wonderful party quencher. Whether sipping drinks by the pool, having cocktails with friends, or trying something new at a celebration, this fabulous Kiwi Rum Quencher will have everyone asking for more.


When eating kiwi, best advice is to make sure they are ripe. Soft to the touch, yet not mushy, and no dark spots on the outer skin. Ever tried eating a hard kiwi? Blech. Talk about bitter!! Peel them close, or eat the skin (where a lot of the fiber is contained), as long as they are ripe, it is all good!

To ripen a kiwi, put it in a paper bag. Add an apple to the bag to aid in the ripening process. Hubby has done this “add an apple” trick to avocados, bananas as well as kiwis to ripen them. The apple gives off ethylene which ripen other fruits. You can store a kiwi in the fridge for up to 4 months and it will not ripen (as long as it isn’t near something giving off ethylene), so grab some when they are on sale, and save the kiwis for a delicious recipe… such as this Kiwi Rum Quencher!!

As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.


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Crash and Burn Cocktail Recipe


Crash and Burn Cocktail Recipe

Five liquors combine with three juices to make this fantastic, smooth and very drinkable Crash and Burn drink recipe!

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients:

3 oz Pineapple Juice, divided
3 oz Orange Juice, divided
½ oz 151 Rum
½ oz Triple Sec
1 oz Amaretto
1 oz Light Rum
1 oz Blackberry Brandy
½ oz Maraschino Cherry Juice
Ice
Maraschino Cherries for Garnish
Pineapple for Garnish

Directions:

• Fill a tall cocktail glass halfway with ice.
• In a cocktail shaker combine, 151 Rum, Triple Sec, Amaretto, Light Rum, Blackberry Brandy, Maraschino Cherry Juice, 2 ounces of Pineapple Juice, 2 ounces of Orange Juice; shake 10 times.
• Pour cocktail over ice in tall glass.
• Pour remaining Pineapple and Orange juices over the drink; do not stir.
• Garnish with Maraschino Cherries and a Pineapple wedge.
• Serve immediately

Makes 1 Crash and Burn Cocktail Recipe

Crash and Burn Cocktail Recipe. Five liquors combine with three juices to make this fantastic, smooth and very drinkable Crash and Burn drink recipe!




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Crash and Burn Cocktail Recipe Mise en Place:

Tall Cocktail Glass
Jigger
Cocktail Shaker
• Cutting Board (if you are garnishing with pineapple)
• Knife (if you are garnishing with pineapple)

Crash and Burn Cocktail Recipe. Five liquors combine with three juices to make this fantastic, smooth and very drinkable Crash and Burn drink recipe!


Hubby and I were having lunch at a restaurant a few weeks ago. One of their specialty drinks is called the Crash and Burn. I thought it sounded intriguing, so copied down the ingredients, went home and made the cocktail. It wasn’t very good. So, I tried again, substituting ingredients, adding new juices, removing other listed ingredients until I came up with my version which I listed above.

Crash and Burn Cocktail Recipe


Now I stuck with the name because this went down smooooooooooth. Hubby said it tasted like an adult Hawaiian Punch. Yeah, that smooth. He wanted to crash and take a nap when he finished his Crash and Burn cocktail, I just wanted another one.

I think one of us has built up a bit of a tolerance.

Crash and Burn Cocktail Recipe. Five liquors combine with three juices to make this fantastic, smooth and very drinkable Crash and Burn drink recipe!


This is one delicious cocktail. Truly. I just would make sure you are in for the day (or night) when making this as it does go down so smoothly, you will want a second. And then it will be nighty-night!


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