Bomb Pop Shots Growing up my all time FAVORITE frozen treat were Bomb Pops! Those ‘rocket’ shaped Popsicles that were blue raspberry on the bottom, lemon in the middle and cherry on top. And I’m sure by now you all know what I did with the cherry portion. Well when I turned 21 I discovered Bomb Pop Shots. So whether you’re celebrating the 4th of July, Memorial Day, Labor Day or Tuesday, enjoy but please drink responsibly and never drink and drive! Author: The Kitchen Whisperer 1/3 ounce Sprite *1/3 ounce lemon vodka *2/3 ounce blue curacao2/3 ounce grenadineice*Note: Can use Mike’s Hard Lemonade or Smirnoff Ice in place of these Shot Glasses Mix the Sprite and vodka in a shaker with some ice to chill it.Strain into glass.Using a spoon turned upside down angled into the vodka mix just to slightly break the surface, very slowly pour the blue curacao. More deliciousness awaits
Kiwi Watermelon Lemonade Next week’s looming Labor Day holiday signifies the unofficial end to summer. Though it will remain summery here for some time, we want to bid adieu to that season with a classic porch-sipper, an ode to those icons of summer picnics and barbecues, lemonade and watermelon. Whip up a whole pitcherful, quick, before the pool parties come to an end! Ingredients: 1 oz. kiwi syrup 1.5 oz. your choice of vodka 3 oz. lemonade 1.5 oz. fresh watermelon juice Method: The drink is layered to resemble a watermelon. sleepyti.me bedtime calculator Jalapeno & Blood Orange Whiskey Cocktail I don’t have a name for this drink. I like names. I love this cocktail. So you can see what type of conundrum this has created in my life. If you have a creative, fun name for this cocktail, let me have it. Update: This drink now has a name: Hot Blooded I’ve also learned a few things about drink making with peppers, something I am completely and whole heartedly in love with. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Hot Blooded: Jalapeno, Blood Orange & Whiskey (Named by Seth) 1 cup fresh squeezed blood orange juice 2 tbs Agave 1/2 cup whiskey 1 medium sized jalapeno, chopped, stem removed (about 2 tbs) In a cocktail shaker, add the blood orange juice, agave and whiskey, stir until combined. *I made this cocktail three times. Update: I think we have a name. Pin this post!
Starkenberger Brewery - An Austrian brewery castle where you can literally swim in beer Presenting the one place in the world where it's not girly to take a bubble bath: the centuries-old Austrian brewery Starkenberger, who've built the world's first-ever beer swimming pools in the recesses of their brew-castle, and, for a paltry fee, you can take a dip. Here's the skinny: Starkenberger Located a few hours outside Munich, the setting for the Starkenberger Brewery castle is pretty ridonkulous, though, with the glory that's awaiting for you inside, you probably won't want to spend too much time out there. As a brewery Starkenberger's been at it for more than a hundred years, and is currently (and always has been) run by women. Barrels are stored down in their super gothic cellar, which you could see if you dropped $10 on a brewery tour, but totally don't care about since you came for the beer pools! You've gotta make reservations in advance but for $298/ pool (and an additional $6.50/ person) this could be you sharing a beer pool with blonde coeds.
Cocktail Popsicle Recipes You Can Make With Booze A cocktail is refreshing after a long, hot summer day, but you know what's even more refreshing? When that cocktail comes in the form of a popsicle. Lucky for you, these adult pops come in all types of flavors and strengths. From a mild wine fudgesicle to a more intense cucumber margarita popsicle, there's a boozy pop right for every occasion. If you want to make them kid-friendly, just add juice in place of booze. Loading Slideshow Melon Berry Diablo Cocktail Popsicle<strong>Get the <a href=" target="_hplink">Melon Berry Diablo Cocktail Popsicle recipe</a> by Bakers Royale</strong> With a popsicle this colorful, how could you not want one? Hide Thumbnails 2 Points Filed by Julie R.
Modern Drunkard Magazine 1. If you owe someone money, always pay them back in a bar. Preferably during happy hour. 2. Always toast before doing a shot. 3. Whoever buys the shot gets the first chance to offer a toast. 4. Change your toast at least once a month. 5. 73. Apparently this is a thing now in Japan...huh.. The Old Fashioned Some things just go together -- and the obvious accompaniment to food is drink. Welcome to Booze52, in which we explore all manner of libations that do much more than just wash down a meal. Today: A drink with a name that lies -- walk through our step-by-step photos to make a cocktail has never gone out of fashion. A lot of cocktails come and go. This one has hung around -- for at least 200 years. What’s with all the staying power? That depends on who you ask. This is the cocktail holy trinity of spirit, sugar, and bitters, people. Old Fashioned 1 sugar cube3 dashes Angostura bittersWaterIce2 oz. rye whiskeyOrange peel (for garnish) Place sugar cube in bottom of a rocks glass. Crush sugar thoroughly with a wooden muddler or strong spoon. See the full recipe (and save and print it) here. How do you fancy your Old Fashioned? Photos by James Ransom Follow Erika Kotite I spend about an equal amount of time behind the laptop and behind the stove. Past articles from this author you'll love: