1. The Bloody Mary
3 cups tomato juice
3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
3 tablespoons sweet and sour mix
1 tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
3/4 teaspoon Tobasco sauce
1/2 teaspoon Tapatio, or to taste
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon or more freshly ground pepper
1 tablespoon horse radish (prepared)
1 teaspoon green olive brine
Celery salt (to sprinkle on top)
Coarse salt (for rim of glass)
Your favorite vodka
(makes 1qt. of mix)
Combine the liquid ingredients in a pitcher and stir. Then smash up half the raspberries and sprinkle them in to taste. Use the rest whole as a garnish. Super easy.
Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add tequila, lime juice, and Simple Syrup. Shake until the mixture is chilled. The beer is pretty self-explanatory, but make sure you leave room at the top. To make simple syrup, boil equal parts sugar and water until all the sugar appears to have disolved and let it cool.
It’s super easy. Mix all the ingredients and refrigerate until cold. Serve over ice. Get more details here.
This one’s a little harder, but not by much. You need to muddle mint leaves, sugar, and a lime wedge in a highball glass Then add ice cubes, Marti Mojito, Ke Ke Beach Key Lime Cream Liqueur, and club soda. Squeeze remaining lime wedge into glass. Stir, taste, and adjust sugar if necessary.
Combine ingredients, shake, pour into martini glass and garnish with cinnamon stick and pear slice wedge.
Perhaps fall isn’t the right season. Try this Springtime cocktail instead. It’s easy. Mix the liquid ingredients and serve over ice, garnish with the peach and mint. And see a few more springtime cocktail ideas here.
8. Natural Born Lover’s Man
1.5 oz Chinaco Tequila Anejo
.5 oz Amaro Cio Ciaro
Heavy dash Angostura bitters or a drop of St Elizabeth Allspice Dram
Combine in frozen rocks glass packed with crushed ice. Garnish with a few orange slices and sip with a straw.
1.5 oz Barsol Pisco Mosto Verde Italia
1 oz Combier
.5 oz Lemon Juice
Raw Egg White (optional, but highly recommended)
Shake really hard with ice until the drink is frothy, strain up into a chilled cocktail glass. Top with a dash of Scrappy’s Lime bitters, if you’d like.
Garnish with a sprightly mint sprig and a juicy orange slice.