Yes, you can be your own bartender! All the tips for what you need to make the drinks flow, and wow the guests at your do!
Written by Paula Jones Last updated: June 6, 2006
If you’re planning a cocktail party, make sure you’ve got the cocktail recipes you need to get it going with a swing
Once the party is underway, cocktails seem to invent themselves spontaneously, but to get the evening started, try the following:
Carefully pour in the Baileys, then the Kahlua, then finally the tequila, so that three distinct layers are visible. Light the top layer (tequila), wait five seconds, then plunge a short straw through the flames to the bottom of the glass and suck the cocktail up, layer by layer, as quickly as possible before the straw melts.
Pour spirits over ice and mix with an equal measure of Lilt. This extremely nasty‐looking cocktail is best served in a frosted highball. Hold up to black light to enjoy the toxic looking glow, then drink slowly and carefully.
Shake the ingredients in your shaker/blender and pour into a tall glass. Garnish with an umbrella.Page: 1 2 Next >