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The Jager Island Cocktail
1. In a glass, add ice cubes, vodka, tequila, jagermeister, triple sec, light rum, lemon juice and stir.
2. Strain into a glass topped with ice.
3. Add soda and stir again.
4. Serve cold. - 115.058
The Zombie Cocktail
The zombie cocktail, a classic cocktail from the 1930's named because of the effects it has upon the drinker. - 113.653
The Screaming Nazi Cocktail Shooter
How to make the screaming nazi cocktail shooter, a shooter that may seem like a design with entire German ingredients. Optionally, you can light the Screaming Nazi on fire (perhaps that is why it is screaming.) A blisteringly cold yet minty peppermint flavor... - 113.594
Saint Patrick's Day Cocktail: Irish Cactus
Combining alcohols and liqueurs may seem easy but it can go horribly wrong. Derrick is an expert at the trade and he creates wonderful new versions of signature cocktails everyday. Try the Irish Cactus being debuted here in this video. - 111.92
Dark Knight Cocktail
Dark Knight is made when Kahlua is shaken up with Cognac, Triple Sec, mildly sweetened the simple syrup while the lemon juice accentuates all the flavors. - 38.4854
Black Mamba Martini
The Black Mamba Martini is dark Halloween concoction of Black Vodka and Chambord! - 30.0986
Tiki Contest: Lono Vs Spicy West Indies Bubblegum
We start our tiki contest for the Lewis Bag, we're looking for four winners with the best unique creation of tiki style. This contest is going to be hard because everything tastes so great in tiki. - 0
Tiki Contest: Kentucky Tiki Vs Konikoni La
The final day of competitive face off's is upon us, we discover two new cocktails and pick one to move on to our top-5 competition. Discover a world of taste! We fall in love with passion fruit. - 0
Montelobos Smoked Tea Sour Cocktail
The Smoked Tea Sour is a cocktail built on the earthy and smoky flavors of Mezcal. Lapsang Souchong tea, a smoked black tea from China, infused in a simple syrup, further enhances the natural characteristics of Montelobos Mezcal creating a deeply smoky yet... - 0