A Man's Place Is Behind the Bar: Killer Cocktail Recipes
Is his idea of a mixed drink adding enough fruit punch to the cheap-o whiskey he just bought to cover up the taste? Does he know when to shake or stirand why? Tucker Shaw gives guys a crash course in mixology with 65 recipes ranging from classic martinis and margaritas to newfangled drinks like the Nantucket Fizz and the Ginger Shandy. Virgin cocktail shakers will learn about equipment, glassware, types of liquor, garnishes, and mixing techniques. Recipe chapters (organized by type of booze) are fun and creative, yet are simple enough to use even after a few taste tests. This book includes drinks for every occasion, ensuring that his next attempt at entertaining won't begin and end with a bottle-opener.
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30 seconds additional 5-second increments Bar GARNISHES GLASS beer bitters Blend blender booze bottle bottom of glass bourbon Champagne club soda cocktail shaker halfway coffee Cointreau cubes in glass cups crushed ice Daiquiri Dr Pepper Drinks INGREDIENTS INSTRUCTIONS Fill bar glass Fill cocktail shaker flavor Frozen GARNISH GLASS Lime Garnish with lime gently for 30 Gimlet ginger glass or shaker grenadine halfway with ice highball glass hurricane glass ice cubes increments if necessary INSTRUCTIONS 2 ounces INSTRUCTIONS Fill cocktail lemon juice lemon twist lime juice lime wedge limeade liqueur Man's Place Maraschino cherry margarita martini mojito Old-fashioned orange juice orange round ounce Cointreau ounces dark rum ounces gin ounces vodka peach pineapple juice pulsing in additional rimming glass rye whiskey Sazerac shaker base halfway sour mix Splash Stir gently strain into glass stuff Substitute sugar sweet vermouth syrup page 29 tequila V2 ounce VARIATIONS TIP whiskey wine Wine Cocktails