- 5 parts Ito En unsweetened green tea
- 1 part Bombay dry gin
- 4 parts ice cold Angry Orchard hard cider
- 1 part St. Germain elderflower liquor
Shake St. Germain over ice and pour into the cider.
- 2 parts mango nectar
- 2 part Malibu rum
- 1 parts light rum
- 1 part half and half
- 2 drop vanilla extract
Shake over ice until frothy. Derve in a rocks. Garnish with fruits and a tiny umbrella.
- 1/10 green Chartreuse
- 1/10 sweet vermouth
- 2/10 Irish whiskey
- 6/10 whole milk
Shake vigorously with ice until frothy. Serve in a rocks glass. Garnish with a maraschino cherry.
- Squeeze the juice of half a fresh organic locally grown lime or use one tablespoon of shit lime juice from the grocery bottle of pasteurized lime juice (deemed not as good as adjectivated by the word “shit” but you can still get lime flavor if you go down this road but you should always prefer a corpse in hand whether it be fruit, vegetable, protein. Less pre-process is more better for your body…like walking barefoot. I digress.).
- BTW, squeeze or pour the lime juice into a glass. This pasteurization diatribe is relevant to a single serving. Sorry, not party dose tonight.
- Tablespoon of honey
- Two drops of vanilla extract or grind up some delicious vanilla beans. Actually split open the vanilla pod with a razor and scrape out the oily beans inside. They are amazing. Make a unicorn. Fly away.
- Mix up the lime juice, honey, vanilla with a tiny little whisk that only pretentious people pretending to be mixologists possess.
- Fill to the brim with soda water AKA fizzy water AKA this soda doesn’t have any flavor AKA diabeties-free soda
- Write a blog post about it
- 1 part espresso
- 2 parts whole milk
- 2 parts Jameson Irish whiskey
Simmer until grain is translucent.
The germ should spiral out from each grain;
About 15 minutes.
In order to make delicious food,
You must eat delicious food.
- 1 cup quick oats
- 2 cups almond milk
- 1 Bartlett pear
Cube pear. Add almond milk and 2 slivers of fresh ginger using a peeler into saucepan. Bring almond milk to simmer over medium-low heat. Stir in oats and cubed pear, stirring occasionally. Simmer for 2 min. Stir in cinnamon. Serve hot. Makes 2 servings.