No better way to celebrate summer coming to an end than ice cold party favors. The Jewels of New York offer up two mouthwatering booze popsicle recipes, gratis, for your enjoyment:
Not Martha takes another stab at making homemade, "bathtub" gin (see previous). Try her latest modification, and report back in the comment section below, please! This variation omits the heavy orange zest flavoring in the first recipe.
In this clip, figure skating superstar Brian Boitano shares instructions on how to make a passion fruit and mango martini. As far as quick-and-easy cocktail recipes go, this one is hard to beat. It's so quick, and so easy, in fact, that this free video tutorial can present a detailed, step-by-step overview of the recipe in just over two minutes' time. For more information, and to get started making your own passion fruit and mango martinis, take a look!
Watch this video to learn how to make a special type of julep. It's a more springy, more refreshing cocktail, perfect for the hot summer months. Matthew Coughlin will walk you through all the steps of creating a vanilla bean gin julep.
Having a cocktail party anytime soon? It's important to know the basics. In this video from Epicurious, mixologist Eben Freeman of Tailor restaurant in New York City, demonstrates how to prepare a classic Ramos Gin Fizz cocktail sure to blow away your guests.
In this Alcohol video tutorial you will learn how to make a Pim Pom cocktail with gin and pomegranate juice. This is an ideal cocktail for a summer evening. Dave presents this video. For this you will need a high wall glass filled with ice cubes. To this add 50ml Pimms No1. Now you simply top it with Pomegranate. For garnishing use an orange slice and some ripped basil. This is a perfect drink at a picnic or a barbeque and is a great way to impress your friends with your cocktail knowledge. G...
Contribute to your holiday gatherings with a fun refreshment! This cocktail is fun and easy to make. Put a handful of ice into a tall tumbler glass. Add a spoonful of sugar, sprig of mint, spoonful of sweetened canned cranberries. Use a muddler to mash the cranberries, sugar, mint and ice in the glass. Add a shot of premium gin. Fill half-way with tonic water. Fill almost full with cranberry juice. Add a little more to top it off, and stir. This recipe for "cranberry sauce" is sure to be a bi...
Lindsay Johnson, from lush life shows us how to make a gin based Bee's Knees cocktail in just 12 seconds. Firstly take 2 ounces of gin and then stir it with 3 bar spoons of running honey. Following that add 3 quarters of an ounce of fresh squeezed lemon juice. Shake and stream and it are ready to serve. She also shows us to make running honey which is really very simple. Boil some water and then add equal amount of honey to it. Then stir it together and put it into your cocktail. This adds so...
David, for Wilderness Education, shows us how to make this drink “Sloe Gin” which is really good to be used during the winter. It sure will keep us warm. The Sloe berries which we use for this recipe need to be ripe.
Learn how to make a Pimm's Cup. A summertime favorite of the Brits, this cocktail is made from the gin-based alcohol known as Pimm’s No. 1 Cup.
A bit of G'vine gin mixed with fresh lemon juice and Blue Curacao and you've got a Blue Train Cocktail.
The classic Tom Collins drink, we're using G'Vine gin, lemon juice, simple syrup and a bit of club soda. We'll garnish it with a cherry and orange and really dress the drink.
This drink, may first have been introduced in the mid-1900's is a timeless classic. Sloe gin, club soda, simple syrup, some lemon and you'll end up with a berry fruit well balanced cocktail.
Bridget Albert, master mixologist, shows how to shake up a delicious alcoholic drink. Follow along with the step-by-step directions in this how-to video and learn how to make a Southside. For the recipe used in this video cocktail-mixing tutorial, you will need sour mix, mint leaves, and gin. Enjoy your fresh Southside cocktail.
Learn how to mix an Orange Blossom cocktail! Ingredients:
The martini is the most classic of all cocktails, but with great fame comes great controversy. What kind of gin do you use? What kind of gin to vermouth ratio? This video mixology tutorial series covers all those pressing martini questions and set you on the way to become a martini aficionado.
The subtle spicy peppery-ness of the aromatic ginger root marries beautifully with the gin, cranberry and orange flavors in this delightful cocktail. You will need ginger, lemon juice, gin, triple sec orange liqueur, and cranberry juice. Watch this video mixology tutorial and learn how to make a ginger cosmo martini.
This sweet and zesty strawberry martini is easy to make in a minute. You will need gin, strawberry liqueur, and fresh lemon juice. Watch this video mixology tutorial and learn how to make a strawberry martini cocktail.
When you're hung over, nothing's better than a fresh Bloody Mary. Get your daily dose of vitamins and alcohol. You will need tobasco sauce, habanera suace, ground black pepper, paprika, Worcestershire sauce, red pepper, shallots, cherry tomatoes, basil, and gin. Watch this video mixology tutorial and learn how to make a Bloody Mary buffet cocktail.
This fresh variation of the Ramos gin fizz cocktail is a great example of molecular bartending. You will need lime, elder flower cordial, gin, egg white, vanilla, sugar, cream, soda water, and a blow torch. Watch this video specialty drink-mixing tutorial and learn how to make an elder flower Ramos gin fizz cocktail.
Ahh yes, the classic dry martini. Don't know how to make it? Watch this then. You will need vermouth, gin, and some olives for garnish. Sounds simple, but don't be fooled. This drink is all about technique. Watch this video cocktail-mixing tutorial and learn how to make a dry martini.
The Tom Collins is a simple and classic cocktail to make. You will need gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, and club soda or soda water. Learn how to mix up a Tom Collins cocktail by watching this video beverage-making tutorial.
Learn how to mix the king of cocktails--the Martini! The martini was originated in the middle 19th century.
The use of egg white and cream in this version of the fizz creates a unique experience. Velvet with a citrus background and a bubbly pop, the Ramos Gin Fizz is a delightful drink. To mix this cocktail, you will need gin, lemon juice, lime juice, egg white, cream, and some strong arms. Learn how to mix up a Ramos Gin Fizz cocktail by watching this video beverage-making tutorial.
In this episode of "The Cocktail Spirit," Robert gives you the last word on stocking your bar, and then mixes up the Last Word cocktail. You will need chartreuse, maraschino liqueur, gin, and lime juice. Learn how to mix this very old but rare last word cocktail recipe by watching this video beverage-making tutorial.
Beefeater gin and cranberry juice make up the gin and cranberry cocktail. Follow along with bartender Andrea as she gives step by step directions for how to mix up this fruity drink. Watch this video beverage making tutorial and learn how to mix the gin and cranberry cocktail.
Gin, cranberry juice, grapefruit juice, and lime juice make up the Sapphire Breeze martini cocktail. Follow along with bartender Joe as he gives step by step directions for how to mix up this specialty drink. Watch this video beverage making tutorial and learn how to mix the Sapphire Breeze martini cocktail.
Gin and tonic water make up the Zuidam Ahhs cocktail. Follow along with bartender Joe as he gives step by step directions for how to mix up this classic drink. Watch this video beverage making tutorial and learn how to mix the traditional gin and tonic cocktail.
Having a cocktail party and not quite sure what alcoholic beverages to serve up? Then watch this how to video to learn how to mix up a Tom Collins. For the Tom Collins you will need the following ingredients: gin, bar mix, sugar, and soda.
Having a cocktail party and not quite sure what alcoholic beverages to serve up? Then watch this how to video to learn how to mix up a Singapore Sling. For this drink you need a little bit of gin, slow gin, triple sec, orange juice and grenadine.
Learn how to make a Pink Lady a popular drink cocktail recipe from American Bartending School. A great cocktail drink for parties or entertaining friends.
Watch this video to learn a little about the history of gin & tonic. Tonic water was consumed to prevent malaria in the 18th century. It was extremely bitter, so gin was added to make it more pleasant.
The Singapore Sling is a smooth, slow, sweet cocktail. Serve it at your next party or enjoy it as a nightcap. You will need gin, fresh lemon juice, simple syrup, powdered sugar, club soda, cherry brandy and a lemon wedge and cherry to garnish.
The Martinez is the one of the predecessors to the martini. The sweet citrus and gin-vermouth combination with small amounts of triple sec and orange bitters results in a smooth and uplifting drink. Ingredients are gin, dry vermouth, triple sec, bitters, and a lemon twist. Serve in a chilled martini glass.
A Sixty-Nine - a layered shooter, stunningly simple and easy to make. Just gin and sambuca needed for this drink. Make a Sixty-Nine cocktail.
Diego Garcia, head bartender at the Oxo Tower Bar and Brasserie shows us how to make a Raffles Singapore Sling to its original recipe. Make a Singapore Sling cocktail.
Diego Garcia and VideoJug demonstrate how to make a bramble cocktail -- a short gin-based cocktail. First mix gin, lemon juice, syrup. Then add ice cubes and shake before straining and putting some creme de muir over the top of the drink. Make a Bramble cocktail.
Mikey Paine and VideoJug demonstrate how to make a Gin Fizz cocktail -- a smooth gin tipple that you'll love to savour. Mikey Paine, from Lost Society in London, shows how to make this classy New Orleans cocktail. You'll need Bombay gin, lemon juice, 3 drops orange blossom water, sugar syrup, 1 egg white, cream, soda water, ice cubes, glace cherry, and a lemon slice to make this drink. Make a Gin Fizz cocktail.
Omri Shahar and VideoJug demonstrate how to make a Halloween Red-Eye cocktail. This potent Halloween Red-Eye cocktail, with its "red eye" might just be the special thing to start off your party this Halloween. A real gin and cointreau treat! You'll need gin, cointreau, lemon juice, sugar, 1 egg white, 1 red cherry, and some chocolate chips to make this drink. Make a Halloween Red-Eye cocktail.