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JawnFC's Favorite Alcoholic Drinks Recipes

Updated on September 10, 2009

JawnFC's Favorite Alcoholic Drinks Recipes

You are holding a party and a bunch of people are expected to show.  You know that these people love alcohol, but you are not really prepared with what they want.  Therefore, you go out and purchase all the liquor needed to make the party a hit.  However, you do not know how to mix your own drink--I guess it would have been wise to invest in a mixology course in the past.  What are you going to do?  Are the people going to be upset that you do not know how to make cool drinks?  Help!  Do not fret my friend.  I will now tell you about some of my favorite alcoholic drink recipes.  Get ready to have fun!

The famous Irish Car Bomb:

1/2 pint Stout - Guinness or Keith's
1/2 oz. Irish Cream - Bailey's
1/2 oz. Whiskey - Jameson or Jack Daniels

Note: the choice of brand names are up to you.

Instructions:

You will need to use a half pint and a shot glass for this drink.  Take your stout and pour it into your pint glass.  Let it rest a bit so there isn't too much foam--also know as head.  Take the shot glass and first fill it up with the whiskey then follow that with the Irish Cream.  You will now want to take the shot glass and drop it into the pint glass.  Immediately after you have done that try to drink the whole Irish Car Bomb without leaving a drop!

The Wonderful Liquid Cocaine:

1/2 oz. Jagermister
1/2 oz. Goldschlager

You will need a shot glass.  Mix the two and take a shot.  Simple enough?  Not so simple after 10 shots...


The Elegant Dry Martini:

1 1/3 oz. Gin
2/3 oz. Vermouth
1 Olive

Take a the gin and Vermouth.  Place it into a mixing glass and shake with ice.  Pour it into a Martini glass and serve while ice cold.  Be careful with this one; it is very strong!


The Powerful Tequila Sunrise:

2 1/4 oz. Tequila
2/4 oz. Grenadine
3 1/2 oz. Orange Juice

Take the orange juice and tequila.  Stir together with ice and strain into a glass. Take the grenadine and pour it into the glass.  Stir together and party, party, party!

These were just a few alcoholic drinks recipes that are easy to put together.  I am sure your friends are going to love it.  I know I love them...right now assssss I riwrite.... Enjoy and party safe.


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