A Crash Course in Shots...this isn't something I can really use because we don't really drink at home. I thought I'd share it though so those that entertain and get creative with their cocktails might get some ideas/inspiration. Cheers!
If you like mojitos, try a caipirinha / 11 Unusual Drinks That Will Up Your Cocktail Game (via BuzzFeed)
Mr. Bates Bittersweet Cocktail~ this cocktail mixes the bittersweet Italian aperitif Amaro Nonino with the rich and alluring Pedro Ximenez Sherry and a dash of orange bitters. It's sophisticated with a smooth body and a bit of a bite in the finish. I've optimistically garnished it with a sliver of orange peel, to represent a little sunshine in the end for dear Mr. Bates and his lovely Anna.
Elderflower Champagne Cocktail | Fill a tumbler with ice. Fill three-quarters of the glass with dry champagne or prosecco. Add thinly sliced cucumber and fresh mint. Top off with St-Germain. #drink #alcohol
Pool Party Cocktails WHAT YOU’LL NEED: 12 oz. vodka 6 oz. blue curacao 6 oz. coconut rum 12 oz. pineapple juice 6 oz. sweet and sour mix 6 oz. lemon-lime soda 5 packets unflavored gelatin
Hurricane Cocktail 1 ounce fresh-squeezed lemon juice or lime juice (your choice) 4 ounces dark rum 4 ounces passion fruit syrup Crushed ice Orange and/or lime slice 1 Maraschino Cherry In a cocktail shaker, add lemon juice, rum, passion fruit syrup, and crushed ice; shake vigorously for 1 to 2 minutes. Strain into a hurricane cocktail glass, Tiki Mug, or tall Old Fashion Glass. Garnish with an orange and/or lime slices and a maraschino cherry. Serve with a long straw. 1 serving
Shake applejack liqueur, lemon juice and a splash of grenadine or simple syrup. Top with hard apple cider and serve with a cinnamon stick.