Forget the name, this shooter is absolutely delicious and very popular. I see rounds of Blow Jobs being made at the bar more often than any other shooter. The customary way to shoot a Blow Job is to place your hands behind your back, pick the glass up with your mouth, tilt your head back and drink. It doesn't look pretty but it is fun, although I haven't resorted to that method for some time.
Total Time: 2 minutes Yield: 1 Drink
*Ingredients: 1/4 oz Bailey's Irish cream liqueur 1/2 oz amaretto almond liqueur whipped cream
*Preparation: Pour the liqueurs into a shot glass. Top with whipped cream.
Chocolate is a flavor that can be found in almost any food and in many drinks. These chocolate cocktails are treats for your taste buds with some being more chocolaty than others. Below you will also find a handful of spiked chocolate foods and liquors that are used in the cocktails.
When you put a peppers in a cocktail you have my attention, I love spicy cocktails and the Absolut Mango Spice does spicy right. The key to using pepper in cocktails is two fold: use the pepper sparingly and offset the spice with a contrasting flavor. In this one the spice is paired with sweet mango (Absolut Mango Vodka and nectar), which adds depth and cools it down. Also notice just two slices of jalapeno are muddled and a third is a garnish: stick to that. Spicy drinks are not like spicy foods and can easily become unpalatable - nothing can salvage an overly spicy drink. Trust me, I've tried.
Ingredients: 1 1/2 parts Absolut Mango 1 part mango nectar 2 slices jalapeno 1/2 part agave syrup 3/4 fresh lime dash of orange bitters
Preparation: Muddle jalapeno, agave syrup and mango nectar. Add remaining ingredients. Shake with ice. Fine strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with a jalapeno slice.
The Admiral Perry is an original cocktail submitted by Blair Frodelius and was chosen as the winner of the October, 2010 Cinnamon Cocktail Contest. The judging panel had quite a bit that they enjoyed about this cocktail, most poignantly was the combination of pear, cacao, and the new Hiram Walker Original Cinn Schnapps. It's a classically styled drink, but has a significantly modern twist.
This fancy little dessert martini is a fantastic holiday treat. The Dreaming of Zen is simply interesting and delightful with a full range of flavors, including Zen green tea and Midori liqueurs, mango, pepper, mint and nutmeg. It all finds a mellow feel with some additional cream for what turns out to be one of my new favorite cocktails for the holidays, perfect for dessert or anytime you simply want to escape to a peaceful world.
Ingredients: 1 oz Zen Green Tea Liqueur 1/2 oz Midori Melon Liqueur 3 oz mango juice white pepper 2 oz cream mint leaves for garnish grated nutmeg for garnish
Preparation: Pour the ingredients into cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake well. Strain into a Champagne flute. Garnish with a mint leaves and a dash of nutmeg.