How To: Put a whole fruit inside a bottle

This how-to video teaches you the secret of real natural fruity liquor, by learning how it's possible to put an entire fruit inside a regular bottle. It's a really simple technique, and yet most people will be puzzled how you've managed to squeeze the fruit through the bottleneck! Any bottle will do, and most kinds of fruits will work great! Give it a try, just watch this instructional video!

How To: Make a black mojito cocktail

gotoguyenterprises teaches you how to make a glue bound paperback book. You will print you book on a4 paper, two pages per side, on each side. That means you will have the four pages in total on a sheet of a4 paper. Fold the paper in the middle and make stacks of the pages. You will also need an adjustable wood placement for the pages. Make sure you also have a piece of card stock for the black cover. Then align everything up, clamp it down to make the pages staying tight. On the spine of the...

How To: Make un-deadly "zombie" drinks with juice, rum, apricot brandy and BRAINS

Make your Halloween party the best ever with this "zombie" drink sure to keep the living dead coming back for more! This zombie-style drink is complete with brains, but more importantly, it packs a wallop with three different kinds of rum (!!!) and apricot brandy. This mixed punch also has orange, pineapple and lime juice. Don't forget to make your citrus ice the night before, either in brain molds or a nice big block. Party on!

How To: Make firecracker shots for the 4th of July

What's the best way to celebrate your independence? Alcohol. There's no a soul out there that can't enjoy a few drinks during a nice celebration. So, why not go a step further with some crazy shots? Shots are the quickest and easiest way to get drunk fast. Do it for your country — but don’t overdo it. Mix up a batch of patriotic cocktails for your Independence Day party.

How To: Make a raspberry mojito

Milana from Tap Tap in South Beach, Florida, demonstrates making a raspberry mojito. After explaining the history of the Haitian drink, she starts the drink with fresh raw mint and raw sugar. Placing those ingredients in a rather large mortar, she uses a pestle to crush the mint stems to release their oil and grind the leaves. Then she adds fresh lime juice, raspberry puree, and fresh raspberries. After mixing the drink with a spoon, she fills a glass with ice and adds one and one half ounces...

How To: Make a prickly pear margarita cocktail

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a prickly pear margarita cocktail. Start out by adding some ice cubes to your shaker and then add in 1.5 oz of tequila to the. Next, add in 1/2 oz of Triple-Sec and 2 oz of sweet and sour. Also, add in a splash of prickly pear puree. Then, garnish the glass with lime juice and dip it in some salt. Now shake the shaker until it's freezing cold and everything is combined. Then, pour the drink through the strainer into the glass and garnish with a lime and ...

How To: Make hooch or prison alcohol

This video alcohol-brewing tutorial shows how to make hooch. Bring that cozy feeling of hard-time in prison to your own home, or get ready for an upcoming jaunt in jail. Even if you're just really cheap and looking to get really drunk on the cheap, this video is for you. You'll need water, brown bread, orange juice, sugar, and a bottle to store it in. Watch this instructional video and learn how to make some hooch.

How To: Make a Campari, blood orange & Cava cocktail

Victoria Moore, drink writer for the Guardian in the UK, shows us how to make a Campari, blood orange and Cava cocktail. She explains that Campari has a love-hate relationship with the public - some people adoring it, others being repelled by its taste. However, Campari mixed with blood orange makes for a well-liked fruity drink, not too alcoholic & refreshing- Perfect for a summertime day drink with friends! Make a Campari, blood orange & Cava cocktail.

How To: Make an extra dry gin martini

Check out this how-to video for making an extra dry gin martini with tips from the American Bartender's School. If you're thirsty and water just isn't going to do it, try an extra dry gin martini! Don't break down the ice too much or the drink will become too watery.

How To: Mix an Adios cocktail with vodka, rum, tequila and gin

Want to make an Adios like a champion bartender? This clip will show you how it's done. With the proper technique, mixing the perfect drink can be easy. So easy, in fact, that this free video bartenders' guide can present an overview of the process in about two minutes' time. For more information, including a full list of ingredients and complete instructions on how to mix this drink yourself, take a look.

How To: Make a purple chongo drink

A purple chongo drink, better known as a "Jay Tee Splash" consists of 4 main ingredients. If you can afford it, Bombay gin is the best. Otherwise, just a basic Seagram's gin or grocery store gin is ok. Next, Ocean Spray Cran-grape, which is cranberry and grape juice. Last two ingredients are Minute Maid orange juice and of course, ice. Get a basic 8 oz. glass and fill half way with ice. Cover the ice with the gin, let it melt down a few minutes. Then you can fill the rest of the glass with th...

How To: Make a "Black & Blue" layered shooter

Watch this video to learn how to make a “Black and Blue” layered shooter. The ingredients are Hypnotiq, Blue Curacao and Jagermeister. Mix 1/2 oz of hypnotiq and 1/2 oz of blue curacao. Fill ice to the top of the shaker. Shake it and pour it into a cup. Top it off with 1/2 oz of Jagermeister. The resulting shot is blue on the bottom and black on top. The layering is impressively fine. The line should be perfectly floating on the top. The taste should be tropical and herbal. You have to really...

How To: Mix a quick f*ck cocktail shooter

American Bartenders School shows how to make a quick fuck mixed drink cocktail recipe. You will need Kahlua coffee-flavored liqueur, Bailey's Irish cream liqueur, and Midori melon liqueur. Watch this video beverage-making tutorial and learn how to mix a quick fuck cocktail shooter.

How To: "Ice a Bro" with Smirnoff Ice

In this tutorial, learn how to play the new drinking game that is sweeping the nation, Bros Icing Bros. Bros Icing Bros started as an Internet phenomenon and has carried its way across the country. If you have a bro that needs to be iced, check out this clip. Take that bro down with a healthy dose of on-his-knees chugging, but watch your back! You don't want to fall victim to an ice-back!

How To: Mix a Where the F*ck did I park my Car? cocktail

Go ahead, but please, don't look for that car and especially don't drive it.Raspberry vodka, Malibu rum, Malibu pineapple rum, peach schnapps, strawberry liqueur, banana liqueur, raspberry liqueur, cranberry juice, orange juice, and pineapple juice make up the Where the Fuck Did I Park My Car? cocktail. Follow along with bartender Meghen as she gives step by step directions for how to mix up this fruity specialty drink. Watch this video beverage making tutorial and learn how to mix the Where ...

How To: Mix a B-51, B-52, B-53, and B-54 shots

America is in danger, and our leading secret agent has come to Rob "Riki Tiki" Roy for help. He'll be giving her the B-51, B-52, B-53, and B-54. You will need Frangelico, Grand Marnier, Sambuca, Creme de Menthe, Kahlua and Irish Cream liqueur. Watch and follow along to learn how to mix up these potently alcoholic shots.

How To: Mix a blackout cocktail

Rob "Riki Tiki" Roy mixes up another cocktail, with fire! You will need sugar, Bacardi 151 rum, floral tea, amaretto, Grand Marnier, white creme de cacao, and whipping cream. Watch this video beverage-making tutorial and learn how to mix a blackout cocktail.

How To: Make Mario Party themed Jell-O shots

Wondering how to make Mario and Luigi Jell-O shots for a video gamers party? Using small Mario and Luigi paper cups, tequila, and Jell-O mix you can easily create this fun party drink. Showing that you would use a red Jell-O for Mario and a green Jell-O for Luigi to match their traditional game colors make for a fun party drink. To make this more of a gamers party and as an added extra this video illustrates how to make a cup holder with different characters from all of the Mario series games.

How To: Mix a Flirtini cocktail with pineapple juice, vodka and champagne

Want to make a Flirtini like a champion bartender? This clip will show you how it's done. With the proper technique, mixing the perfect drink can be easy. So easy, in fact, that this free video bartenders' guide can present an overview of the process in about a minute's time. For more information, including a full list of ingredients and complete instructions on how to mix this drink yourself, take a look.

How To: Mix a creme brulee martini cocktail

Dan Vincent, a bartender in Laguna Beach, CA shows you how to make specialty martinis for you, your family and friends in this video cocktail-mixing tutorial. This martini is every bit as decadent as a real creme brulee dessert. To make a creme brulee martini, you will need vodka, kahlua, half and half, and a dusting of powdered cocoa.

How To: Mix a Universe cocktail

First introduced to the world at the legendary Studio 54, the Universe won First Prize in the the 1978 U.S. Bartenders Guild Annual Competition. And no wonder. Its beguiling mix of tropical juices and slightly nutty finish are certain to wake up your palate. Fair warning: the Universe is so delicious, make sure you have enough ingredients when your guests ask for one or two more. You will need Midori melon liqueur, vodka, pistachio liqueur, lime juice, and pineapple juice.

How To: Mix a "basement" tequila and champagne cocktail

Why it's called Basement, is a mystery. The drink itself is a bit of an oddity, but in a good way. Lemon liqueur, tequila, and champagne make up the Basement cocktail. Follow along with bartender Rene as he gives step by step directions for how to mix up this drink. Watch this video beverage making tutorial and learn how to mix the Basement cocktail.

How To: Make a "Flaming Dr. Pepper" mixed drink with amaretto, rum and beer

Want to make a Flaming Dr. Pepper like a champion bartender? This clip will show you how it's done. With the proper technique, mixing the perfect drink can be easy. So easy, in fact, that this free video bartenders' guide can present an overview of the process in about a minute's time. For more information, including a full list of ingredients and complete instructions on how to mix this drink yourself, take a look.

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