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Do You Make Cocktails At Home?
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We usually only have beer and wine here... but if it's for a party or special occasion, we always make cocktails! :drinks:
I LOVE making cocktails! I have a very cool crystal shaker with 2 different sets of martini glasses. Often I have my girlfriends over, sit on the patio chatting and sipping!
Yes!! and I'm getting into it even more. Even if I don't use it that much I love having a little bar set up. It's SO cute and fun!
I tend to keep a few staples(brandy&coke)and a bottle of wine in my fridge.If i buy beer it's usually to drink with friends so occasionally i'll have a few left over.
I'm still in the process of stocking the bar at my new place. But I love mixing drinks when friends are over.
I own a cocktail shaker and a jigger - they only come out on special occasions, like a farewell party that I helped throw for a friend last Saturday night. It's fun to offer your friends something delicious, but it gets expensive in a hurry, and you're tempted to drink more because you have all the necessary ingredients on hand.We served rockin' mai tais and BBQIf anyone is looking for a <b>delicious</b> mai tai recipe, just click here: http://www.epicurious.com/drinking/drink_views/views/230577
I own a cocktail shaker and a jigger - they only come out on special occasions, like a farewell party that I helped throw for a friend last Saturday night. It's fun to offer your friends something delicious, but it gets expensive in a hurry, and you're tempted to drink more because you have all the necessary ingredients on hand. We served rockin' mai tais and BBQIf anyone is looking for a
mai tai recipe, just click here: http://www.epicurious.com/drinking/drink_views/views/230577
These days it's only beer and wine a home, but I'm a HUGE martini fan. Kettle one, shaken, a little dirty - perfection! I used to make them at home but it gets too pricey... and you get drunk too quickly!
i never really have any hard liquor at home, except for the occasional bottle of wine and beers in the fridge. no mixology for me.
I'm really starting to resent the term "Mixologst." Along with my annoyance by anything that is "extreme" it will go in the Lexicon of annoyances.
I have a very well stocked bar at home... and make cocktails maybe twice a year. It's really a shame and a waste of good liquor. If only I wasn't in the lab 80 hours/week and had time for a drink more frequently than once every 3-4 months...
I like to try a couple of new drinks (making them at home) a month. Usually I will try a new liquor then search on-line for drink recipes.
I have a variety of liquor at home, all of my closest friend's favorites plus my gin and tonic. I also have beer in the fridge and a full wine rack.
i only drink beer and wine, period.except the occasional margarita at a mexican restaurant.
i only drink beer and wine, period. except the occasional margarita at a mexican restaurant.
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