oz orange curacao (or triple sec)
Flamed orange peel and grated nutmeg for garnish, if desired
Pour ingredients into ice-filled cocktail shaker.
Strain into serving glass.
Garnish with flamed orange peel and nutmeg, if desired.
- Making these special cocktails to mark the New Year!
More About This Recipe
- Don't get me wrong...I love Champagne.I mean, I really, really love Champagne. I think that Champagne is one of those little indulgences that never really needs a reason. That's why it's nice to do something even more special than just cracking open a bottle of bubbly for New Year's Eve. And what could be better than a special cocktail to mark the turning of the New Year?Thank goodness cocktail master Dale Degroff of King Cocktailwas around to dream up this beautiful libation to ring in the new year. The garnish, a flamed orange zest, adds depth and complexity to the cocktail.Flaming orange peel? Why, yes. Flaming orange peel is one of those things that look mysterious and impressive, until you do it yourself and realize exactly how easy it is.First, use a wide vegetable peeler or long paring knife to slice off a good sized chunk of peel (you want just the skin, though, and little of the bitter white pith).Then, using a long match or a lighter, warm it lightly. This will make the essential oils come to the surface, which is what you're actually going to be setting on fire.Then the moment of truth. Working over the cocktail (you want to catch all those delicious bits of aroma!), hold the flame between the drink and the peel, and then squeeze the peel sharply, rolling it between your fingers. You really need to squeeze it hard enough so the oil shoots out in a little mist, which the flame will then ignite in a spectacular display that never ceases to amaze the uninitiated. (Note: practice safety with this. The ER is no fun for anyone on NYE!)Hope you enjoy this fabulous cocktail. Happy New Year!
Champagne cocktail recipes, with vodka
Chop the peach and put into a blender. Blend together with the frozen orangejuice and a few raspberries. Add a few drops grenadine, the limejuice and the sugar syrup. Blend until it's smooth.
Pour the absolut mandarin into a highball glass. Fill the glass to half with the mix from the blender and fill with champagne or a dry sparkling wine. Stir and serve.
Mix all ingredients over ice. 7-Up may be used instead of champagne to cut alcohol content if so desired.
For a little different taste use apple juice instead of orange juice.
Shake vodka, green creme de menthe and lemon juice, and strain into a champagne flute. Add champagne.
Chill vodka over ice if it's not in your freezer. Pour into a chilled champagne flute and fill with champagne.
Take two glasses. Fill one with champagne and mix the other glass with the specified amounts of the other ingredients. Mix the contents of both glasses. You end up with two glasses of the drink.
Pour all ingredients (except champagne) over ice cubes in a shaker. Strain into a champagne flute, fill with champagne, and serve.
Stir vodka and blue curacao together with ice in a glass. Top with champagne, and drop a blue maraschino cherry to the bottom.
Stir vodka and grenadine with ice. Pour into a champagne-flute without the ice. Fill up with champagne.
Muddle the pineapple pieces and cointreau in the bottom of a mixing glass. Add vodka and pineapple juice and stir. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and top with champagne. Garnish with a cherry, and serve.
Shake all ingredients (except champagne) well over ice cubes in a shaker. Strain into a champagne flute, fill with champagne, and serve.
Start with ice. Add vodka to prefered level. Next add wanted amount of champagne and finish off the glass with ginger ale. Mix and drink.
Coat the inside of a chilled cocktail glass with dry vermouth.
In a mixing glass filled half way with crushed ice, combine vodka, champagne and maraschino liqueur. Stir and strain into the cocktail glass. Garnish with an olive and a maraschino cherry on a cocktail skewer.
Build ingredients in order over ice in a collins glass.
Saturate a sugar cube or teaspoon of sugar in a champagne flute with angostura bitters. Add vodka, fill with champagne, and serve.
Shake first 4 ingredients over ice and strain into a sugar rimmed champagne flute. Fill with champagne.
Mix together in a champagne flute and drink.
Mix vodka, cranberry juice and sugar syrup, and pour into a champagne coupe or flute. Fill with champagne or a dry sparkling wine.
Pour into a champagne flute, and serve.
In a shaker half-filled with ice cubes, combine the vodka, sugar, and lemon juice. Shake well. Pour into a cocktail glass. Top with Champagne and garnish with an organce twist.
Pour into a wine glass half-filled with broken ice. Garnish with two halves of a strawberry, and serve.
Shake all ingredients (except champagne) with ice. Strain into a sugar rimmed cocktail glass. Top with champagne. Squeeze and drop another wedge of lemon into the drink. (the other two should still be in the tin).
The Star Wars Cocktails: Heroes
LUKE SKYWALKER’S BLUE MILK
For true die-hard fans of the Star Wars movie, this first cocktail is a real tasty treat. For the uninformed, there is a part of the Star Wars: A New Hope, where Luke Skywalker can be spied drinking what looks like a blue milkshake. (For the ultra-nerdy, this is actually Bantha milk.) This drink has been idolized, spawning Star Wars Fan websites, like Spoiled Blue Milk and Star Wars web comic Blue Milk Special.
Part milkshake, part booze, this blue-tinted cocktail (thanks to the Blue Curacao of course) will make you feel like you are back home in Tatooine. Seriously, this drink is dangerously good.
- 3 oz of milk
- 1 oz of cream
- 1 oz of coconut rum
- 1 oz of amaretto
- 2 oz of blue curacao
Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice and shake for 20-30 seconds until chilled. Serve in a chilled glass.
According to Castles and Cooks, who came up with this amazing recipe, “the almond and coconut flavors help reduce the orange flavor and create a sweeter drink that is a lovely shade of blue.”
The Princess Leia cocktail is known as a champagne cocktail. Although it has nothing to due with her famous cinnamon-bun looking hairdo, it is a great drink for brunch or a cocktail party. Combining the sparkling wine with gin and liquor gives it a light, refreshing taste. The Princess could have used one of these after watching her planet get destroyed.
In a champagne flute, add the VeeV and Sapphire, stir, then top off glass with your sparkling wine or champagne of choice.
This drink has unfortunately won the title of One of the Most Disgusting Cocktails Ever. The reason is that you mix a bunch of green fruit in a blender, then mix it with bubbly ginger ale. The green fruit mix is no more disgusting than a Kale Smoothie, but to those who don’t frequent the juice bars often, this one can be a bit of a shock.
However, this is a great tasting drink, and because of all the fruit, one could make the case that it is good for you. So, if you are going to drink it, go ahead, but don’t go half way on this. Remember, as a giggling green monster once said “DO OR DO NOT, THERE IS NO TRY.”
• 1 oz. vodka
• 1 can Ginger Ale
• 1/2 a pear (cored and peeled)
• 5-6 green grapes
• 2 tsp. lime juice
• 1 sprig of mint
Blend all of the fruit and mint in a blender. Pour the vodka in a martini glass and then pour the blended fruit over that. Top if off with Ginger Ale!
Our Best Strawberry Daiquiris
Sip on our Best Strawberry Daiquiris, close your eyes, and imagine yourself cruising the Caribbean aboard a fabulous ship without a care in the world -- it's kinda like magic!
What You'll Need
- 1 (16-ounce) package frozen strawberries
- 1 / 2 cup light rum
- 1 / 2 cup sugar
- 2 tablespoons lime juice
- 1 cup ice
- 1 / 4 cup water
What to Do
- In a blender on high speed, blend all ingredients until smooth.
- Pour into individual glasses and serve.
- Garnish with fresh strawberries.
- Here's another delicious "adults only" drink that's sure to get the party started -- our Frozen Mango Daiquiri!
- We're cruising the Caribbean and sharing yummy recipes!
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I would really like to know what the real trick to making a daiquiri or any frozen drink for that matter. I always end up with chunks or chips of ice. Can anybody share any thoughts on that?
This strawberry daiquiri could easily become any other fruit daiquiri by switching out the fruit. The kids could enjoy a virgin version on those really hot summer days. Adding a little extra fruit to the diet is good.
This looks like the perfect drink to make on a Friday night with girlfriends!
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34 Easy Punch Recipes To Liven Up Any Party
Southern women love their china and crystal. Whether passed down through generations or picked out on a wedding registry, china and crystal have a special place in Southern hostesses&rsquo hearts (and table settings). Over the years, certain pieces get more love than others. One serving dish we hope isn&rsquot gathering dust in your cabinet? The punch bowl! If it&rsquos been a while since your old-school punch bowl saw the light of day&mdashor lights of a party&mdashlet these easy punch recipes serve as inspiration to bring it out for your next gathering. A word of warning: All of these are alcoholic punch recipes, so label them accordingly on the bar. If you&rsquore looking for Christmas punch recipes, we&rsquove got plenty of festive options, including our Texas Santa Punch and Sparkling Pomegranate Punch. Need a big-batch Thanksgiving cocktail? Our Thanksgiving Rum Punch and Bourbon Apple Cider Thyme Punch have all the cozy flavors of fall. If you&rsquore hosting a bridal shower or ladies&rsquo luncheon, don&rsquot go without serving a signature sparking punch recipe. With these countless easy punch recipe options, your guests won&rsquot go thirsty at a single party this year. These big-batch cocktails are the best reason to get Grandma&rsquos punch bowl out.
Peach Brandy Drinks
Choose from 30 drink recipes containing Peach Brandy.
Learn more about Peach Brandy in the drink dictionary!
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Millenium Falcon Manhattan
We've teamed up with Wyoming Whiskey to support The National Park Foundation through a virtual auction celebrating Wyoming’s majestic wide open spaces and National Parks.
The auction includes four bespoke bottles of Wyoming Whiskey’s new Wide Open Spaces Collection, art directed by Harrison Ford, in collaboration with photographer Tuck Fauntleroy and artist Jamison Sellers. Other items in the auction line up include items from High Camp Flasks, REI, Columbia, Yeti, Nature Valley and more with all proceeds going to the National Park Foundation to preserve wild lands.
Inspired by the auction art director - Harrison Ford - we used our Wyoming Whiskey to make this drink as an ode to his character Han Solo's famous Star Wars ship.
MILLENIUM FALCON MANHATTAN
• 2oz / 14 oz Wyoming straight bourbon whiskey
• 0.5 / 4 oz Sweet Vermouth
• 0.5 / 4 oz Braulio Amaro (herbal amaro)
• 2-3 Dashes of angostura bitters
Combine all ingredients in a mixing glass. Add ice and stir. Strain into your Firelight 350 or 750. Serve up or on the rocks. Garnish with a maraschino cherry.
The Buzz-Making, Hangover-Free Promise of Weed Drinks
Soda Pot, with its garish cans and THC overload, is a thing of the past. Now, weed drinks are brightly flavored and microdosed.
Weed beverages today are less. weedy.
&ldquoYou almost forget that you&rsquove taken any THC at all,&rdquo says Kat Turner, chef and partner at Highly Likely Café in Los Angeles (and a friend of mine), referring to a microdosed flavored seltzer of sorts called Cann. It doesn&rsquot contain alcohol. Out of the more than one hundred cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, is its principal intoxicant. That&rsquos generally what people are referring to when they say &ldquoweed.&rdquo That&rsquos what gets you high.
Turner&rsquos first encounter with a cannabis beverage happened fifteen years ago, and its flavor was either grape or cherry&mdashshe can&rsquot quite remember which. It came in a glass bottle with a &ldquocollege-stoner, Scooby-Doo-like&rdquo label that had &ldquoSoda Pot&rdquo printed on it&mdashat least she thinks that was the brand name. What Turner is sure of is that she and her friends ended up lying under blankets in her backyard and listening to The Dark Side of the Moon, &ldquoincapable of doing anything other than talking about how stoned we were.&rdquo
At the beginning of California&rsquos first pandemic lockdown in March, Turner was working eighteen hours a day to keep the restaurant afloat for what would become months of takeout- and delivery-only business. Wound tight with worry over not only the usual stuff like equipment and food costs but also the very future of her industry, she took to uncoiling in the evening with a couple glasses of wine. But for Turner, consecutive days of drinking alcohol tanked her productivity and led to depression, so at some point, she opened a can of Cann instead. The blood-orange-cardamom &ldquosocial tonic,&rdquo as its founders call it, contains only two milligrams of THC, which achieved for Turner the state of mind those two glasses of wine would. Come her 6:00 a.m. alarm, though, there was no hangover to nurse.
A few weeks later, Turner brought a four-pack of lemon-lavender Cann to a small, distanced gathering. &ldquoI was a little chattier and some of my stress had melted off,&rdquo she says. &ldquoI was less concerned with the broken oven at the café, and I could be more engaging and present in the moment.&rdquo
Apparently, there are a lot of Kat Turners out there. Beverages are the fastest-growing segment of the cannabis industry, according to BDS Analytics and New Frontier Data, and out of the people who both consume cannabis and drink alcohol, nearly half prefer the weed. These customers&mdashexactly whom the makers of Cann, SHOKi, Calexo, Wunder, House of Saka, and Artet, among other new, nonalcoholic, low-dose, THC-infused beverage brands, are targeting&mdashseek a mild buzz but want to reduce their alcohol intake, and sugary sodas packed in Scooby-Doo-like bottles won&rsquot cut it. Perhaps you&rsquore one of those people.
Perhaps I&rsquom one of those people? &ldquoThe fastest-growing consumer group is the canna-curious female, age thirty-five to fifty-five,&rdquo says Tracey Mason, CEO of House of Saka. This is a group for whom, Mason says, smoking might feel stigma-laden, and whose members are intimidated by the idea of stepping into a dispensary and trying to keep up with the budtender. Beverages are a more familiar format. Plus, as Mason puts it, in the middle of the worst pandemic in the country&rsquos history&mdashfrom a disease that affects your respiratory system&mdash&ldquodo you really want to be rocking a vape?&rdquo
Each serving of House of Saka&rsquos pink or white nonalcoholic wine contains THC and a single milligram of CBD, which some makers claim helps reduce unwanted effects of THC, such as anxiety and paranoia. (Scientific studies are inconclusive but promising on that claim.) After sipping both the pink and the white, I can vouch for the lifted mood&mdashlike Turner, I was less concerned with whatever issues had cropped up during my workday, though I felt more sluggish than chatty&mdashbut whereas the white was definitely winelike, the pink just tasted like juice. But "the industry is moving so fast," says Mason, "that every time we produce, the emulsion technology gets better and better."
That&rsquos the key word for all of these brands: emulsion. Or rather, nanoemulsion. Oil, cannabis extract&rsquos main form, doesn&rsquot mix with water, and it takes some doing to marry them happily so that you end up with a palatable beverage. In fact, entire companies are devoted to the endeavor. House of Saka purchases its emulsions from one called Vertosa, which has become a force in cannabis-infused nanotechnology. Vertosa CEO Ben Larson says that since April, the company has increased its monthly production of cannabis-infused beverages fivefold.
&ldquoYou almost forget that you&rsquove taken any THC at all.&rdquo
While the FDA, USDA, and academia may define nanoemulsions differently, the point is that the cannabis-oil-infused droplets are minuscule&mdashabout ten times smaller in diameter than technologies of the past allowed for, says Larson. In other words, the THC can disperse evenly throughout your beverage, leading to a better mouthfeel than that of the weed drinks of yore, which tended to separate and leave an oily film on your lips.
&ldquoIt also means it can hit you faster,&rdquo says Larson&rsquos partner Harold Han, wearing scrubs and a hairnet in Vertosa&rsquos new lab two hours east of Toronto. To avoid getting geeky, I&rsquoll paraphrase what Han, who has a Ph.D. in organic and surface chemistry, told me: Nanoemulsion means, perhaps counterintuitively, increased overall surface area of the cannabis-infused droplets, which means faster absorption, which means you&rsquoll likely feel THC&rsquos effects within fifteen minutes as opposed to an hour and a half. You&rsquoll feel more like you&rsquore in control of your high.
This more refined category of THC drinks has been visible for a few years. The IPA-inspired Hi-Fi Hops, launched by Lagunitas in 2018, was one of the first to use nanotechnology, followed a year later by Tinley, which was founded in 2015 as a hemp drink company and now makes alcohol-free, cannabis-infused &ldquospirits&rdquo and bottled mixed drinks. Both were definitely headline-making steps forward from Soda Pot, but they were met with confusion: Do these drinks have booze and weed in them? Wait&mdashis that okay? There&rsquos now more clarity about what these beverages are (infused with low doses of THC, sessionable) and what they aren&rsquot (alcoholic, a gateway to the dark side of the moon), and the technological improvements of the past few years especially have made more room for nuance in the category.
Half of the drinks in this new class are, like Cann, sodas, though their makers don&rsquot call them that. &ldquoIt&rsquos just a Calexo, baby,&rdquo says Brandon Andrew with a wink from his home in Los Angeles. One of the four founders of Calexo, which he thinks of as a marriage between soda, Champagne, and beer because of its &ldquosparkling, refreshing, upbeat brightness,&rdquo Andrew didn&rsquot try cannabis until he was thirty-four years old. Diagnosing him with a rare form of eye cancer that&rsquos linked with compromised liver function, doctors told Andrew he could no longer consume alcohol, but the longtime bartender loved the drinking culture. &ldquoIt&rsquos so much about how and who I&rsquove come to be,&rdquo he says. Calexo, at ten milligrams of THC per serving, is on the higher end of the spectrum. The rest of the drinks in this category clock in between two and five milligrams. For context, an experienced cannabis user might require, say, twenty or thirty milligrams in order to really feel something, though as anyone who&rsquos gotten stoned can tell you, tolerance varies greatly.
The origin story behind Wunder, which launched in July, is slightly different. Alexi Chialtas was leaning too heavily on alcohol to deal with the stress of working for Zynga, a gaming technology company that was a first darling of Silicon Valley. &ldquoIt was a rocket ship,&rdquo he says. So where was the alcohol alternative? Where was a beverage he could enjoy in a social setting that would give him a light buzz but still allow him to tend to his fatherly duties in the morning? Wunder comes in blood-orange, watermelon, and lemon-ginger flavors and contains a mixture of three cannabinoids: CBD, THC, and delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinol, a sibling of THC. &ldquoDelta-8 gives you that body relaxation that alcohol does,&rdquo says Chialtas. This is what many believe is the future of cannabis beverages: Brands could leverage various compounds in the plant in addition to CBD and THC. Instead of a drink&rsquos identity being communicated through branding and flavor alone, there could be a third element: a unique high.
Blissful Pear Martini
Pear Martinis. Yes, they are blissful and I probably don’t need to explain why. If you are a pear lover that is. This cocktail is a true taste of summer! I had my first experience with a drink like this at the New Sheridan Chop House here in Telluride, CO. Now it is my favorite…but do not fear. I still have flings with bourbon.
If you are looking for a crisp, cool, kinda sweet (but not too sweet ) cocktail then this might become your favorite too. Martini glasses are very elegant but rather silly when you are a smidge tipsy, dont’cha think? They are kinda tricky to balance without spilling. Maybe it keeps one from drinking too much. Hmmmmmm?
Anywhoos…they are pretty to hold and made even tastier with Grey Goose La Poire Vodka. Don’t worry…if it is tricky to find Le Poire, plain vodka will do ya just fine. Next time you have a cocktail party, I highly recommend these martinis. Pear finely balanced with a twist of lemon, a splash of sparkling water (or sparkling pear water)…and of course the booze.
Besides it is super fun to blast music and shake a cocktail shaker to the rhythm some great tunes. Ya think? Sure! My pal Corey from Butcher & Baker posted this on Facebook last night….give a listen….
Ritual Zero Proof: Heat Wave (tequila) & Darn the Weather (gin)
Just because it doesn't have alcohol, doesn't mean it can't be delicious. These "mocktails" could fool anyone - you get the flavor of liquor without the calories, hangover, or other negative effects. If you're trying to be healthier but don't want to give up your cocktails, give these drinks made with Ritual Zero Proof a shot!
PS. Still want your booze? Sub in your liquor of choice, no shame:
Millennium Falcon Burgers: A Recipe Inspired by Solo: A Star Wars Story
Our recipe for Millennium Falcon Burgers is a Paid Promotion for Lucasfilm’s Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Summer is coming to a close. However, that doesn’t mean there isn’t time for a few more barbecues (Labor Day anyone?). With that in mind, we came up with 2 brand new grill-friendly recipes inspired by Solo: A Star Wars Story. First up is a recipe for Millenium Falcon Burgers.
Solo: A Star Wars Story “explores Han’s first encounters with future friend and co-pilot Chewbacca (Joonas Suotamo) and notorious gambler Lando Calrissian (Donald Glover). The film takes viewers on a ride showing Han’s adventure-filled past alongside fellow street thief Qi’ra (Emilia Clarke) and career criminal Beckett (Woody Harrelson).”
When coming up with the recipe for our Millennium Falcon Burgers, we took a lot of inspiration from summer barbecue foods. We looked at various objects and themes from the movie that would lend themselves to being turned into a burger. We landed on the Millennium Falcon. With a bit of prep, you too can create these burgers in less time than Han’s Kessel Run!
We hope you enjoy our Millenium Falcon Burgers! Be sure to check back later this week for our other recipe inspired by Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han’s “Dice”-d Potatoes! What are some of your favorite geeky grilling recipes? Let us know in the comments below!
Catch Solo: A Star Wars Story instantly on Sept. 14 th as the Millennium Falcon sets course digitally in HD and 4K Ultra HD™ and on Movies Anywhere, and bring the adventure home on Blu-ray 4K Ultra HD™, Blu-ray™, DVD, and On-Demand on Sept. 25 .