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American Bartenders School shows how to make a High Ball mixed drink cocktail recipe
24 Jul 2008
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9 Sep 2010
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11 Nov 2011
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*******Absintheology**** The Gin Rickey is a classic mixed drink with dozens of variations. In this video Dave Herlong demonstrates his variation of the Rickey made with absinthe. The Gin Rickey was named after Colonel "Joe" Rickey. Colonel Rickey was a lobbyist who was well known for entertaining congressmen at Shoemaker's in Washington D.C., where this drink was invented. A traditional Rickey is very simple and very refreshing. Dave uses Lucid absinthe in this video to add a bit of complexity but many brands will work. This drink is made using lime juice. Rather than use lime juice Dave makes the juice fresh by putting two or three lime wedges in a cocktail shaker with some ice and shaking. This muddles the lime and creates the juice that he uses for the drink and also acts as a garnish for the drink. Three Lime Wedges 1 Shot Tanqueray No. TEN 1/2 shot Lucid absinthe St. Germain Club soda Three lime wedges into the shaker - Shake to muddle and create lime juice. Add 1 Shot Tanquaray Ten (or gin of your choosing) 1/2 Shot Lucid absinthe (Different brands bring different flavors) Now Build in a Highball Glass Quarter Glass Soda Water Pour contents of cocktail shaker including ice and Limes St. Germain Both the absinthe and the Saint Germain are added in small amounts for flavor. The absinthe adds complexity, the St. Germain adds sweetness. Experiments with the amounts to get the perfect drink for your palate. Dave uses Tanquaray Ten for this cocktail because it contains citrus notes.
7 Jun 2009
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Kryptonite is a nice switch from the popular Vodka Redbull drink. This drink is fast and easy to make, tastes better than Vodka Redbull and gives the added "kick" of absinthe. Offer this to your customers who ask for a Vodka Redbull and you will find them coming back for this over and over. Not only is it a fast and popular drink but it's also one of the most profitable drinks you can pour. Build in a highball glass. Fill glass with ice and add: 1/2 ounce Citron Apple Pucker 1 ounce Kübler absinthe Fill to top with Redbull
31 Jul 2010
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We're looking at readily made Mojito mix recipes for a standard Simple Mojito and the sweeter Mango Mojito using the 10 Cane Mojito Rum Kit and the Roses's Mojito Mix. Light and refreshing highball drinks which will be liked by many.
28 Nov 2008
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*******Absintheology**** The Mojito was invented in Cuba in the middle of the 17th century. Traditionally made with rum, lime, sugar, mint, and soda water. This is a substitute recipe, which means we are listing a common Mojito recipe but feel free to simply substitute Le Tourment Vert absinthe for rum in your own favorite Mojito recipe. You can try mixing in Kübler, La Fee, or perhaps even Obsello or another brand but for this we believe that Le Tourment Vert gives the best results as the anise in most brands tends not to mix well with the mint and lime. 1 Shot Le Tourment Vert absinthe Juice from 1/2 a lime 1 tablespoon sugar (or half an ounce of bar syrup) Several sprigs of mint. Club soda 7UP Lightly muddle the mint in your mixing tin add lime juice 1 Shot Le Tourment Vert Absinthe add Sugar Shake well then strain over ice into a highball glass. Get a bit of the muddled mint in the mix for presentation Top with soda and 7UP Garnish with lime
12 May 2009
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The Green Tier is a nice switch on the Vodka Tonic with absinthe and a bit of cranberry added. This is a simple drink that is refreshing and quick to make. In a highball glass build over ice: 1/2 ounces of Lucid absinthe 2 ounces of cranberry juice Top with 7UP Garnish with lime
22 Jul 2009
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*******Absintheology**** The Fuzzy Frenchman is a Fuzzy Navel with absinthe. Into a cocktail shaker with ice add: 1 1/2 ounce Grande Absente absinthe 1 1/2 ounce peach schnapps Pour into a highball and fill with orange juice. Drink responsibly. Candy is dandy, liquor is quicker, and absinthe is quicker still. Absinthe is also a potent drug which can slow the senses and impair judgment. Sometimes impaired judgment is a plus. If it wasn't for poor judgment half the marriages and most one night stands would not happen. But so would most of the car accidents in the world today.
22 Jul 2009
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*******Absintheology**** The French Margarita is a margarita but with absinthe instead of tequila. Fill a highball glass with ice then add: 1.5 ounces Le Tourment Vert absinthe 1.5 ounces Quantro Splash orange juice Splash lime juice Fill with sweet and sour mix Pour into a cocktail shaker and mix then back into the glass again. Float St. Germaine elder flower syrup Garnish with a lime. Drink responsibly. Being French mauvais. Drinking fancy French drinks c'est magnifique. Ne pas boire et conduire.
23 Jul 2009
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Dean Potter is characterized by creativity, commitment and challenge. He started climbing as a child, with a free solo fall from a stone wall as one of his earliest memories. Since that time, he has speed soloed Half Dome and El Capitan, Cerro Torre, and Fitzroy. He was the first to make a one-day free ascent of El Cap and Half Dome, and a one-day speed linkup of both of those big walls and Mount Watkins, Yosemites third Grade VI wall. He has also established testpiece crack routes in the Utah desert and highball boulder problems in Yosemite. For more on Dean visit prAna**** Dean has walked the longest highlines, often without a safety leash, though he has dedicated over a decade of engineering and testing to create the safest highline systems currently used. Most recently, he has combined BASE jumping skill with highlining and free soloing, using a specially engineered ultralight BASE rig as his backup system. Dean currently bases out of Yosemite, where he can usually be found on a large piece of granite. For videos, photos and more information on Dean, visit ******* or prAna****
25 Sep 2010
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3 UFO blobs dancing it out in the daylight: big yellow, highball and lowball. They look plasmatic waste with strong magnetic properties.
7 Feb 2011
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How to Make a Cucumber Southside - part of the exotic cocktails video series by GeoBeats. Hi I'm Scott Mayer. I'm the mixologist here at Miami's oldest bar in Cabaret, Tobacco Road. Our cocktail today, we're going to do a Cucumber Southside. We're going to start off with three pieces of fresh cucumber. We're going to go ahead and tear a little bit of fresh mint. We're going to give that a nice muddle. Now we're going to go ahead and add the juice of one lime. We're going to add about an ounce of simple syrup. It's just equal part sugar and water. And some more of the Bombay Sapphire Gin. This cocktail was actually the featured cocktail of the 21 Club in New York, is probably the most famous of the New York's speakeasies. This drink is then shaken with ice. Put into a highball. Let's ice this highball down first. Now we're going to go ahead and top that with some club soda. Just for fun we'll go ahead and garnish that with a cucumber wheel and a straw. And there you have it, the Cucumber Southside.
24 Feb 2011
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How to Make a French Spring - part of the exotic cocktails video series by GeoBeats. Hey, I'm Jace, and I'm over here at The Fifth Estate in Park Slope, Brooklyn. I'm here to show you how to make a French Spring, which is a relatively light spring alcoholic beverage. So I'm going to start of with our Highball glass and fill it with ice. Next we take 3 quarters an ounce of Chambord, like that, and fill with soda. I'm going to garnish with a lemon and an orange and this is your French Spring.
8 Apr 2011
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How to Make a Gin Sling - part of the exotic cocktails video series by GeoBeats. I'm Jace and I'm here to teach you how to make a Gin Sling. That's one of a very old cocktail that the Singapore Sling was actually based on. So first of we're going to start of with our highball glass and fill it with ice. While the glass is chilling, we're going to take our mixing glass. We're going to start of with half an ounce of Lemon Juice, and couple of dashes of bitters, a half an ounce of Sweet Vermouth, and then one ounce of Beefeaters Gin. From here we're going to shake it so that it gets really cold and pour it over ice, fill with soda. Then garnish with this. Its going to be a Lemon Wedge and some stirring straws. Your Gin Sling.
11 Apr 2011
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