Posts Tagged ‘orange juice’

Spider’s Kiss Drink Recipe

Spiders Kiss Drink RecipeHalloween is one of the biggest drinking holidays, trailing only behind St. Patrick’s Day and Christmas as major excuses to party. One of the coolest Halloween drinks that I’ve found is the Spider’s Kiss. For starters, there is a spiderweb made of chocolate at the bottom. Inside of the glass, there is a reddish-orange libation, with some fruity flavors and rum to spice things up. It’s garnished with a chocolate dipped orange, how cool is that?

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How to Make Rainbow Shots

Rainbow ShotsOne of the most impressive bartending tricks in existence is pouring Rainbow Shots. You’ve probably seen people do this and walked away scratching your head wondering, “How the hell did they do that?”. Well, never fear, because after reading this article and watching our video, you too will be able to astound your friends by nailing the Rainbow Shooter gimmick.

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Pomegranate Poinsettia Drink Recipe

Poinsettia drink recipeThe poinsettia has become a traditional Christmas decoration. This distinctive red flower graces many a home during the holidays. It has also inspired a champagne cocktail called the Pomegranate Poinsettia. Highlighting the flavors of pomegranate, orange, and champagne, the Poinsettia drink recipe truly deserves to be a Christmas mainstay.

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Rudolph’s Tipsy Spritzer

Rudolphs Tipsy SpritzerChristmas is almost here, and many people will be entertaining guests. You might need a party punch that will serve eight reindeer and some friends. Possibly you want something that is both easy to prepare but also impressive. Let me introduce you to Rudolph’s Tipsy Spritzer. This citrus based spritzer is visually stunning, tastes great, and you probably already have everything necessary to create it in your kitchen.

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Harvey Wallbanger Recipe

Harvey Wallbanger RecipeEveryone loves a cocktail with a great origin story. The Harvey Wallbanger has two different legends, but one is decidedly better than the other. Basically a Screwdriver with some Galliano, the Harvey Wallbanger recipe has been around since the 1950s, but was wildly popular during the 1970s.

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