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Are you the type of person who will go to a bar and order the same type of beer every time? or the same whiskey on the rocks? if you are then this article is not for you. Here you will find a list of extraordinary mixed drinks that usually don’t appear in a bar menu or a drinks list. Want to try new drinks? this is the place for you.
This drink will take on a ride to the Bahamas, with its grape-fruity, sweet taste.
Here is how you make it:
1/2 oz Lemon Juice
2 oz Orange Juice
2 oz Pineapple Juice
1 1/2 oz Rum
1 oz Coconut Rum
1/2 oz Cherry Heering
This drink has a league of its own. With Brandy, Bourbon and Gin, you have to be a hard core drinker to enjoy this one.
- 1 oz Brandy
- 1 oz Bourbon
- 1 oz Gin
- 1 oz Rum
- 1/2 oz Lime Juice
- 1 dash Bitters
- 1 oz Ginger Ale
Most people know Zombie in its different version but try this one and you will sky-rock.
- 1 oz Light Rum
- 1/2 oz Creme De Almond
- 1 1/2 oz Sweet And Sour
- 1/2 oz Triple Sec
- 1 1/2 oz Orange Juice
- 1/2 oz Rum, 151 proof
One of our favorites. Has a coffee flavor but with a twist.
- 2 oz Vodka
- 2 oz Coffee Liquor
- 1 oz Cao Cao
- 1 oz double cream.
Doesn’t it suck when you have a chainsaw but no bottle opener?
This guy opens a bottle with a Chainsaw. This is my last option to open a beer bottle.
For most of us who have a beer or two a night, the price of the beer is a factor but not the most important one. The taste of the beer and its quality play a major role in our choice of beer. But some of us, who are used to drinking a lot, and we mean a lot, the price of the beer become the number one factor for choosing their beer for the night. So what beers have attractive prices and still a reasonable flavor and quality? here are a couple of recommendations:
If flavor is what you’re looking for then this is not the beer for you. But it does offer value for money. So if price is an important factor then this beer should be good enough for you.
Well, we have to admit it is not the best beer in the world, but it does appeal to college students because of its cheap price and its’ branding which is all about college drinkers.
Well, now that you know how to get your cheap beer it is up to you whether to drink just a few quality beers or just go for quantity.
Got a bottle of whiskey and not much else? Don’t know what you can possibly mix it with?
Many whiskey cocktails are complicated or call for a special type of whiskey. But we’re in college and we don’t usually have all that shit! So we collected 11 super easy whiskey recipes that you can make with pretty much any whiskey and don’t require strange and hard to find ingredients. So if you’re not much for shooting that whiskey straight, hopefully you’ve got the right stuff to make at least one of the drinks below:
1) Whiskey Sour
Other Ingredients: Lemon juice, simple syrup
A classic – Pour about 2 shots of whiskey, about the same amount of lemon juice, and one ounce of simple syrup into a cocktail shaker. Shake all the ingredients with ice. Then strain into a glass filled with ice.
Other Ingredients: Vermouth, Bitters
Pour a shot of whiskey, 1/2 oz of vermouth, and 2 dashes of bitters into a glass with ice and stir it up really well.
3) New York Cocktail
Other Ingredients: Lemon juice, sugar, Grenadine
Pour about 2 shots of whiskey, half as much lemon juice, 1 teaspoon of sugar, and 1/2 teaspoon of grenadine into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake it all up. Strain into a chilled glass.
4) Fancy Whiskey
Other Ingredients: Sugar, Triple Sec, Bitters
Pour about 2 shots of whiskey, a 1/2 oz of sugar, a 1/2 oz of Triple Sec, and a dash of bitters into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake it all up and strain into a chilled glass.
Other Ingredients: Beer
Pour a shot of whiskey into a shot glass. Fill a cup full of beer (lighter is best). Drop the shot glass into the beer and down everything in one drink.
Other Ingredients: Ginger ale
Fill a tall glass with ice. Pour in about 2 shots of whiskey. Fill the rest with ginger ale.
7) Imperial Fizz
Other Ingredients: Lemon juice, sugar, club soda
Pour about 2 shots of whiskey, half as much lemon juice, and a 1/2 teaspoon of sugar into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake it up and strain into a tall glass filled with ice. Top it off with club soda.
8) Irish Coffee
Other Ingredients: Coffee, brown sugar
Pour the coffee, a shot of whiskey (Irish is best), and a teaspoon of brown sugar into a mug. Top with whipped cream if you have it.
9) Whiskey & Coke
Other Ingredients: Coke
Fill a glass with ice and then pour in as much whiskey as you would like. Fill the rest up with coke. Pretty simple!
10) Old Fashioned
Other Ingredients: Sugar cube, bitters, water
Combine the sugar cube, Bitters, and 1 tsp. water in a glass. Muddle it, and add about 2 shots of whiskey, and stir.
11) Ward Eight
Other Ingredients: Lemon juice, powdered sugar, Grenadine
Put about 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 teaspoon powdered sugar, and 1 teaspoon grenadine into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake it up and strain into a red wine glass filled with cracked ice.
Go Ahead and Argue!
People will argue that you are supposed to make each one of these with a certain type of whiskey, put them in a certain type of glass, or garnish them with different things like fruit, or even a twist. …Whatever!
Sometimes you don’t care about all that. These are really basic drinks that you can make with whiskey. Make these drinks to make your whiskey taste better, impress your friends, and still get drunk in the process.