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Not a big drinker really but sometimes its good to have a few.

 

My favorites:

 

By the glass, ET & Coke.

Fill glass with ice.

Fill cup 40% full with Early times and top off with Coke or diet Coke if you prefer

 

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Grandpa's Whiskey sour, by the blender full.

Add 8-10 OZ of Early Times.

Fill blender 35-40% with ice.

Add 2 heaping tablespoons of frozen concentrated lemonade.

Add 2 heaping tablespoons of frozen concentrated orange juice

Fill most of the blender with 7-UP or Sprite (diet is OK).

Blend slowly & carefully as the carbonation in the soda can blow out everywhere, once this calms down blend until ice is chopped then you can top off the blender with more soda or ice and do a final mix.

 

Also good frozen as a slushee, just store in the freezer.

You can also sub brandy for the whiskey.

 

You could also use your favorite whiskey but it seems a waste to buy expensive stuff & mix it down IMHO.

 

 

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Vodka, ice.  Shake the crap out of it.

whoops!  I misread... thought it said "RICE"  ...what a mess and not very tasty.

:wacko:

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Hands down my favorite site for something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue:

 

http://liqurious.notcot.org/

 

Straight up an interesting idea site  http://www.notcot.org/, and here for food http://tasteologie.notcot.org/

 

Edit: Hmmm. Link? http://tasteologie.notcot.org/

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PS - The search function on these sites is your friend, whether by ingredient, idea, special needs (gluten free, etc.).

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Crown and Coke is always a good choice for me. 

My sister usually makes a fruity punch bowl drink at parties. Tastes like Koolaid but will have a quart of some high powered 151 Rum or Everclear in it! Vapors will come off of it!

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Mixed drinks.... 4-5 shots Chopin Vodka over a single big ice cube. Otherwise I am just drinking it straight.

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mungkiman, on 22 Aug 2014 - 9:29 PM, said: Hands down my favorite site for something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue: http://liqurious.notcot.org/

 

Some very interesting recipes, thanks. :emotion-46:

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The ubiquitous Upper Peninsula-style Whiskey sour:

 

Over a rocks glass filled with ice

 

- 1 jigger of Canadian Mist or Kessler whiskey

- top off with Squirt, 50/50, or Sour Pow'r

- dash of bitters

- garnish with two olives on a tooth pick

 

...or if you're feeling spendy, the national version:

 

Over a highball filled with ice

 

- 2 jiggers of Makers Mark whiskey

- top off with Sweet n' Sour

- garnish with a cherry or an orange slice

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Whos got the recipe for a Rusty Nail?

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180 proof Evergreen grain alcohol and 4/5ths grape juice over ice.

Purple Passion or :emotion-46:  Not recommended to drink.

Just a drink.

Like a good sweet/sour whiskey. Been awhile!

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Not a big drinker really but sometimes its good to have a few.

 

My favorites:

 

By the glass, ET & Coke.

Fill glass with ice.

Fill cup 40% full with Early times and top off with Coke or diet Coke if you prefer

 

================================================================

 

Grandpa's Whiskey sour, by the blender full.

Add 8-10 OZ of Early Times.

Fill blender 35-40% with ice.Add 2 heaping tablespoons of frozen concentrated lemonade.

Add 2 heaping tablespoons of frozen concentrated orange juice

Fill most of the blender with 7-UP or Sprite (diet is OK).

Blend slowly & carefully as the carbonation in the soda can blow out everywhere, once this calms down blend until ice is chopped then you can top off the blender with more soda or ice and do a final mix.

 

Also good frozen as a slushee, just store in the freezer.

You can also sub brandy for the whiskey.

 

You could also use your favorite whiskey but it seems a waste to buy expensive stuff & mix it down IMHO.

Old Grand Dad would go well. Recipe looks worth it. Had a couple of shot of Appleton Rum earlier tonight

Chhers

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I've become a fan of two drinks...

 

The Sidecar

 

1 Part Contreau

1 Part Brandy

1 Part freshly squeezed Lemon Juice

 

Shaken with ice until you think you've shaken it enough, and then shake it some more. Strain and serve.

 

 

and then good ol fashioned Gin and Tonic.

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Alcohol mixed with ice in a glass (or a paper cup).

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James Bond Martini:

 

Shot of chilled Bombay Sapphire Gin

Shot of chilled vodka of your choice...Ketle One great, but to rich for me, so Smirnoff  

1/2 shot of Lillet French wine

 

or save time and double above proportions   :emotion-46: 

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If you're feeling international here's a really good Caipirinha recipe:

 

- Slice up an entire medium-sized lime and place into a lowball glass

- Add 4 tbsp of sugar and muddle

- Top off with ice

- then pour in jigger of Leblon Cachaça (Ypióca is OK too)

- top off with a dash of tonic water

 

Shake n' serve. 

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Yep, sure sounding good to this young boy.

James Bond extra dry vodka martini:

 

Vodka shaken not stirred w/lemon peel...some say a breath of vermouth.

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Lots of familiar mixes.

 

 

Crown and Coke is always a good choice for me. 

My sister usually makes a fruity punch bowl drink at parties. Tastes like Koolaid but will have a quart of some high powered 151 Rum or Everclear in it! Vapors will come off of it!

 

Crown & Coke is always good.

 

 

Havana Club 3 year old Cuban Rum, Ice, Coke.

 

Rum and Coke is another great drink.

 

 

The ubiquitous Upper Peninsula-style Whiskey sour:

 

Over a rocks glass filled with ice

 

- 1 jigger of Canadian Mist or Kessler whiskey

- top off with Squirt, 50/50, or Sour Pow'r

- dash of bitters

- garnish with two olives on a tooth pick

 

...or if you're feeling spendy, the national version:

 

Over a highball filled with ice

 

- 2 jiggers of Makers Mark whiskey

- top off with Sweet n' Sour

- garnish with a cherry or an orange slice

 

Looks like something to try.

 

 

180 proof Evergreen grain alcohol and 4/5ths grape juice over ice.

Purple Passion or :emotion-46:  Not recommended to drink.

Just a drink.

Like a good sweet/sour whiskey. Been awhile!

 

Last time i had everclear i passed out on my bosses couch. :blink2:

 

 

 

Not a big drinker really but sometimes its good to have a few.

 

My favorites:

 

By the glass, ET & Coke.

Fill glass with ice.

Fill cup 40% full with Early times and top off with Coke or diet Coke if you prefer

 

================================================================

 

Grandpa's Whiskey sour, by the blender full.

Add 8-10 OZ of Early Times.

Fill blender 35-40% with ice.Add 2 heaping tablespoons of frozen concentrated lemonade.

Add 2 heaping tablespoons of frozen concentrated orange juice

Fill most of the blender with 7-UP or Sprite (diet is OK).

Blend slowly & carefully as the carbonation in the soda can blow out everywhere, once this calms down blend until ice is chopped then you can top off the blender with more soda or ice and do a final mix.

 

Also good frozen as a slushee, just store in the freezer.

You can also sub brandy for the whiskey.

 

You could also use your favorite whiskey but it seems a waste to buy expensive stuff & mix it down IMHO.

Old Grand Dad would go well. Recipe looks worth it. Had a couple of shot of Appleton Rum earlier tonight

Chhers

 

 

Old Grand Dad is a good sub for ET.

 

I like Wild Turkey myself but the price is as high as Willie Nelson.

 

 

I've become a fan of two drinks...

 

The Sidecar

 

1 Part Contreau

1 Part Brandy

1 Part freshly squeezed Lemon Juice

 

Shaken with ice until you think you've shaken it enough, and then shake it some more. Strain and serve.

 

 

and then good ol fashioned Gin and Tonic.

 

Not a big Gin fan but do like Long Island iced tea.

 

 

The others listed may be worth a try. :)

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