Cocktail Recipes

Irish Mist

A liqueur produced to an age old recipe of irish whiskey, heather honey and aromatic herbs.

Sangria Jack

Mix these altogether in a large container, stir, and let sit for 18-24 hours. Yes, I know that's a LONG time, but it's well worth the wait. A much more delightful sangria is produced when the fruit juice blends with the wine by osmmosis than by stirring. (By the way, you should let it sit in the refrigerator during this long interim). When you are ready to drink it 18-24 hours later, stir it up again, and add sugar or Jack Daniels to taste, it should be fairly strong and fairly sweet, almost syrupy. Then, cut the mixture with some sort of bubbly water, orange or lemon flavored if possibly, but plain bubbly water is fine, until it seems to have a thinner, more wine like consistency. Drink and enjoy.

Blackula Lee

Pour Blavod Vodka in hurricane glass with ice. Pour in Bloody Mary mix. Add jalepeno pickle for spicy taste.

Truck Punch

Give yourself a break, use ice.

John Collins

In a shaker half-filled with ice cubes, combine the bourbon, lemon juice, and sugar. Shake well. Strain into a collins glass almost filled with ice cubes. Add the club soda. Stir and garnish with the cherry and the orange slice.


Muddle raspberries in the bottom of a cocktail glass. Shake the first five ingredients & strain into glass. Top with Brut Champagne. Garnish with a sprig of mint.

Pina Colada

Shake with ice & serve in a Hurricane or decorative glass Or blend with ice cream for frozen variation Garnish with fresh pineapple wedge &/or a cherry Top with whipped cream if frozen & then garnish

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