2 oz Calvados(R) brandy
1/2 oz lemon juice
1/2 oz egg
1 oz double cream
1 tsp pineapple syrup
Shake and strain into a cocktail glass.
1 1/2 oz Kamora(R) coffee liqueur
16 oz apple cider
1 tbsp lemon juice
1/2 cupdried apple
1 tsp butter
Simmer cider, apple slices, Kahlua, cinnamon stick, and dried cherries in saucepan for 15 minutes. Stir in lemon juice, add butter if desired, and serve in mugs.
12 oz Budweiser(R) lager
1 oz Aftershock(R) Hot & Cool cinnamon schnapps
Mix 1 shot of aftershock into beer. Drink entire drink like it's one big shot, preferably from a beer bong.
4 ozhot coffee
2 oz benedictine herbal liqueur
2 oz heavy cream
1/4 tsp granulated sugar
Pour the coffee into an Irish coffee cup or glass. Add the sugar; stir to dissolve. Add the benedictine and stir again. Pour the cream carefully over the back of a teaspoon to float on top, and serve.
2 oz UV(R) blue raspberry vodka
4 oz pink lemonade
Combine ingredients and pour over ice. Serve with straw and fresh flowers for garnish.
2 oz Crown Royal(R) Canadian whisky
6 oz Fresca(R) citrus soda
Fill highball glass with crushed ice. Add 2 oz. of Crown Royal Canadian Whiskey. Pour 6 oz Fresca Soda on top. Gently Stir. Garnish with a lemon or lime wedge if on hand.
1 oz Spiced rum (Captain Morgan)
1 oz Absolut Vodka
1/4 oz Absolut Citron
Fill with 7-Up
Put ice cubes in glass. Pour rum, vodka, and citron vodka into glass. Fill with 7-up. Mix.
16 oz Corona(R) lager
5 oz orange juice
Pour 16 oz of Corona into a Pilsner glass, fill the remaining space with OJ until the color resembles a dusty sunset, drink chilled.
1 1/2 oz brandy
1/4 oz dry vermouth
Pour the brandy and dry vermouth into an old-fashioned or rocks glass half-filled with ice cubes. Stir, garnish with 2 olives, and serve.
1 L Bombay Sapphire(R) gin
1/2 L sloe gin
3 L London dry gin
1 oz Plymouth(R) gin
2 oz genever gin
1 oz lemon gin
1 oz lime gin
4 oz sweet gin
Donald Cox apparently originates from the 16th century when travellers did not have enough cans of Stella to last them for an hour (i.e. 30). So a man named Donald Cox created this recipe and is now popular wherever travelling bands and 'sweaty foxes' can be found.Combine ingredients together in a large container, mix and serve into cocktail glasses.