Screaming Banshee (1oz Vodka 1oz Creme de Banana 1oz Creme de Cacao 3oz Cream)
Texas Fever Water (Makes 5 gallons) (1 ¾ liter (big bottle) vodka 1 ¾ liter (big bottle) rum 1 gallon orange juice 4lb bag of sugar 1 small bottle grenadine sliced orange, lemon and lime rounds, apples, blueberries, strawberries (any fruits) large bottle maraschino cherries, juice and all)
Craving Comfort: Cocktails for a Crowd (Dana's Texas Fire Water)
Buddha's Hand and Thai Basil Cocktail // HonestlyYUM
Buddha's Hand and Thai Basil Cocktail
The Cayman Lemonade! As delicious as it is dangerous, especially since it tastes exactly like lemonade — yet there’s not one ounce of actual lemonade in it! 1 oz Vodka; 1 oz Triple Sec; 1 oz Peach Schnapps; Cranberry juice; Club Soda. — Mix vodka, triple sec & peach schnapps in a shaker. Pour over ice. Add a squeeze of lime & a splash of cranberry juice & club soda. Stir. Enjoy!!
The Cayman Lemonade! Delicious, but dangerous as well…considering it tastes exactly like lemonade but there is not one ounce of actual lemonade in the drink! Enjoy! 1 oz Vodka 1 oz Triple Sec 1 oz Peach Schnapps, Cranberry juice, Club Soda. Mix vodka, triple sec and peach schnapps in a shaker. Pour over ice, add a squeeze of lime and a splash of cranberry juice and club soda. Stir and enjoy!!
10 cocktails to serve at your holiday parties
Peach Margarita's with Peach Schnapps! 1/2 cup tequila 1-1/2 cups margarita mix 2 ounces Peach Schnapps 16 ounces (about 2 cups) of peaches 1 Tablespoon of sugar (optional if peaches are not sweet) 1 cup crushed ice Fresh lime for garnish Salt
Raspberry Peach Lemonade - Damn Delicious
I'm going to go with this theory
Why, hello there, style.
Homemade Pears in Vanilla Syrup
put up or shut up !: CANNED PEARS IN VANILLA SYRUP
homemade pear liqueur
Homemade Pear Liqueur | Healthy Green Kitchen
Homemade cherry liqueur recipe
Drink your cherries!
Raspberry Liqueur from Food.com: If you love Chambord as I do but suffer sticker shock when buying it, here's a good substitute. It doesn't taste exactly the same when drinking it straight up, but when mixed in cocktails you won't be able to tell the difference. I use one of those fancy Chambord bottles to store it in. Cook time is the LONG mellowing time. ( 3 months so plan ahead)
pear-infused spirits: this is our home-brewed spin on poire william, an eau-de-vie distilled from bartlett (aka williams) pears, which are in season now. fully submerge a pear in a jar of vodka, seal the jar, and store in a cool, dark place until the vodka is infused, at least one month. it makes a great hostess gift for autumn dinner parties. serve chilled.