Bonfire Night Cocktail Drinks Recipes, Burns Night, Guy Fawkes Cocktails

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Guy Fawkes night cocktail drinks recipes.

Guy Fawkes cocktail recipes can make a party into a memorably lavish event that will be remembered until next year. Bonfire cocktails are dedicated to celebrating the opportunity to blow up local governments and do away with red tape and laws which are outdated.

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To give a short history lesson. Over four hundred years ago Guy Fawkes attempted to blow up King James, (the 1st,) during the opening ceremonies at the House of Parliament in London. His plot was foiled.

He was arrested, taken to the tower of London, tortured and stretched on the rack. He was then hung, drawn and quartered and his decapitated head was displayed for all of London to see on traitors gate.

Today, every year in Britain, the 5th of November is celebrated with fireworks, bonfires and parties to commemorate this event in history

These are some of the most popular Burns Night or Bonfire Night cocktail drinks recipes.

Firework ( Flaming Cocktail Drink )

Ingredients

2 shots whiskey, sugar for sweetening, 1.5 oz boiled water, lemon garnish

Method

Pour the whiskey, water, and sugar into a cup with a handle. Light the mixture carefully. Use another heat resistant cup and pour the contents back and forth into the cups, whilst alight, 3-4 times. Finally, pour the contents into another cup with the lemon peel and smother the flame. Down the drink in one go.


Burning Fawkes

Ingredients

1 pint glass full of beer or lager, Amaretto, over proof rum or Sambuca

Method

Fill a shot glass three quarters full with Amaretto, top off with Sambuca. Fill a 1 pint glass with lager. Set alight to the Sambuca shot glass and literally drop into the pint glass. Drink immediatley.

*Many cocktail recipe books will have different names for certain cocktails


Dynamite ( shot drink )

Ingredients

Jack Daniels, Sambuca

Method

Pour 1 shot of Jack Daniels and 1 shot of Sambuca into a cocktail shaker. Add some ice and shake vigorously. Pour into shot glass and enjoy.


Soaring Rocket

Ingredients

2 Shots Bourbon ( or old Whiskey ), 1 shot Vodka, 1 oz ( approx ) orange juice, 1 oz ( approx ) sweet and sour mix.

Method

Add all contents into a cocktail shaker with crushed ice and shake very well. Pour into a tall glass. Add orange slice and sparkler for decoration.

*Party supplies companies will sell sweet & sour mixes cheaply



B52 ( Shot Drink - very warming )

Ingredients

Drambuie, Baileys Irish Cream

Method

3/4 fill shot glass with Drambuie, Top off with Baileys Irish Cream by pouring over a spoon to create a layer. Drink in one go.


Firework Display ( Excellent icebreaker at parties )

Ingredients

Test tubes, Baileys Irish Cream, Drambuie, White Rum

Method

1/3 fill a test tube with White Rum, slowly add Drambuie till 2/3 full, top of with Baileys Irish Cream.

* The test tubes can be filled with any type of drink. For visual effect, it is better to have a combination of two or three different drinks.


Catherine Wheel

Ingredients

1 shot Tequila, 1 shot White Rum, 2 squirts pineapple juice, 2 squirts grapefruit juice, 4 ice cubes

Method

Put all ingredients into a cocktail shaker and shake vigorously, Pour into tumbler, serve with thin straw. decorate with pineapple wedge / chunk and parasol.


Roman Candle

Ingredients

1 shot Vodka, 2 shots peach schnapps, 2 shots Kahlua, 5 shots orange juice

Method

Into a tall glass place in order: 3 ice cubes, vodka, peach schnapps, kahlua, orange juice. Do not stir. Add a straw and a parasol for decoration. Serve and drink.

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