Cocktail Recipes

Between The Sheets

3/4 oz. each; Rum, Brandy, Cointreau, Splash of Lemon juice or Sour mix

Blend with ice, Strain & Serve up in a chilled cocktail glass

Champagne Punch

1 cup water
2 tablespoons Orange Curacoa
2 cups sugar
Juice 2 lemons
1 quart California champagne
2 cups tea infusion
4 tablespoons brandy
2 tablespoons Medford rum
1 quart soda water
Make a syrup by boiling water and sugar ten minutes. Mix champagne, brandy, rum, Curacoa, lemon juice, and tea infusion. Sweeten to taste with syrup and pour into punch-bowl over a large piece of ice. Just before serving add soda water.

Old Fashioned

2 oz. Whiskey or Bourbon, Splash of Simple Syrup, Bitters & SodaFill rocks glass with ice, Add simple syrup, bitters, liquor & soda, Garnish with an orange slice and cherry

For Muddled variation: Muddle orange slice & cherry in bottom of rocks, glass, with simple syrup, bitters, add liquor & splash of soda.

Mint Julep

1. Fill a tall glass or silver tumbler with crushed ice.
2. Put 2 sprigs of fresh mint in another glass.
3. Add 1/4 oz. of water.
4. Add 1 tsp. Sugar.
5. Muddle ingredients well.
6. Add 3 oz. of Bourbon.
7. Stir gently, but thoroughly.
8. Strain into glass with crushed ice.
9. Garnish with fresh sprigs of mint. Tips: 1. Use the freshest and highest quality ingredients you can.
2. Silver cups or tumblers are the traditional way to serve this drink.
3. This drink is best when allowed to set in the refrigerator for at least a half-hour.

Red Death Cocktail

1 oz. Vodka, 3/4 oz. each: Amaretto, Triple Sec, Southern Comfort, & Sloe Gin, Splash of Orange juice, Dash of Lime juice.

Shake with ice & Pour into a Tall glass

Death By Chocolate Dessert Cocktail

1 oz. each: Dark Creme de Cacao, Kahlua, Vodka, Chocolate syrup, 2 Scoops of Chocolate Ice cream.

Blend & Garnish with Whipped cream & a Cherry

Pink Murder

14 can(s) Beer
1 1/2 liter(s) Vodka
2 bottle(s) Raspberry Ginger Ale
1 package(s) Country Time Pink Lemonade

Mix Directions: Dump all of it in a bucket. Stir in ice.

This could be considered bathtub gin:-)