You gotta finish the drink though otherwise you gotta set up therapy sessions for the remaining cream.
Yeah screw that shitty cream dude
I definitely read this as 5 pints of vodka and was going to send some help.
The mason jar in the photo is enormous
I’ve heard that that is the actual Russian recipe
I was trying to make some seasonally appropriate cranberry drinks, but as I learned from experience, cranberries are chock full of pectin which allows them to turn into a jam/jelly with no other stabilizers. Meaning if you try to make a cranberry syrup, it can pretty easily transition into preserves. If you have made a cranberry drink, I’d love to give it a try!
I made what I’m calling a Russian Reindeer
(This is before I mixed it and it turned latte colored)
2 pt Kahlua
1 pt Vodka
2 pt Eggnog
I prefer fruity drinks but a lot of grood brewy ideas on grouvee. Sorry for the bad pun.
Fruity is basically a guaranteed good drink, but I feel the need to go heavier in the winter.
2 oz vodka
1 oz pomegranate
0.5 oz lime juice
0.5 oz triple sec
0.5 oz cranberry juice
Shaken with ice then strained
I had a nice froth that I lost while straining and pouring into a less than ideal glass. Still a tasty tart drink.
Going to have to try that
You don’t look anything like your picture!
Why strain it though?
So I guess two reasons-
- The recipe said to, and I am an obedient dog
- I would like to not have big chunks of ice in my drink
Now I know it takes me roughly 15 to 20 seconds of shaking to get my drinks diluted and mixed properly. So I could game out roughly how much ice I need for that much shaking. I could use some crushed ice too. IDK I’ll test and get back to you!
I love icy drinks. Ice is such a luxury.
I’m an American, and we believe we are entitled to ice.
I made Pomegranate Margaritas. Yes, I bought pomegranate juice.
3 pt pomegranate juice
3 pt tequila
2 pt triple sec
1 pt lime juice
1 pt agave
Shaken with ice
I really like this. The sweetness of the agave balances out the tartness of the pomegranate. It’s a dessert, but it is a dessert I like.
Now as they say in england this drink is my cup of tea.
I’ve been making a Citrus Smash recently to use up my leftover white rum and citrus.
Here’s my rough recipe-
1.5 oz white rum
.5 oz orange liqueur
.25 oz agave
Sprig of thyme
Shake with ice
Double strain into chilled glasses with fresh ice
I wanted the thyme to cut the acidity of all the citrus and it does, but not enough. Maybe I’ll cut out the lemon and add a timid fruit like a strawberry, blueberry, or blackberry. I still think it is worth a try,and it is easy to adjust for your tastes.