A 1970s classic cocktail.
1 oz. vodka1/2 oz. Galliano4 oz. orange juice
Pour vodka and orange juice into a collins glass over ice cubes and stir. Float Galliano on top and serve.
Via odd loves company
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Harvey Wallbanger recipe
Can one be afraid of a simple punch? Turns out the answer is, yes. If it's a milk punch, that is.
If you're brave enough to try this, please let me know how it tasted.
Whiskey Milk Punch
1 tsp. powdered sugar1 jigger Kinsey Whiskey1/2 pint milk
Shake well with cracked ice. Strain into Tom Collins glass. Sprinkle grated nutmeg on top.
This recipe comes from a Kinsey Whiskey/Gin booklet from the 1950s.
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1/4 Grenadine3/4 Fleischmann's Ginwhite of one egg
Shake well with cracked ice. Strain into cocktail glass.
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If you've ever been to Bermuda, you know about the Rum Swizzle.
Juice of 1/2 lime1 tsp. sugar2 1/2 oz. light rum4 dashes bitters
Mix in glass pitcher with lots of finely cracked ice. Stir vigorously until mixture foams. Serve in double old-fashioned glass.
Click here for three more retro cocktails made with rum.
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retro cocktail recipe
Today's retro cocktails come from a 1957 booklet published by de Kuyper cordials.
1 oz. de Kuyper Blackberry BrandyJuice of 1/4 lemonSugar to tasteShake well in shaved iceStrain into sour glassAdd squirt of soda, slice of orange
2/3 de Kuyper Blackberry Brandy1/3 creamShake with iceStrain into cocktail glass
Click here for four more retro cocktail recipes.
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A Tom Collins is traditionally made with gin. This version is made with tequila.
Place in a tall glass:
3 ice cubes1 1/4 jigger lime juice1 1/2 jigger simple syrup2 jiggers Tequila
Fill glass to top with soda water. Stir well. Add slice of lime to prolong effervescence.
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The way I see it, this illustration suggests a Cuervo Sour will cure the flu, maybe even prevent it.
In a cocktail shaker add:
1/4 full or cracked ice1 jigger lime juice3/4 jigger plain syrup1 1/2 jiggers of Tequilq Cuervo White
Shake well and strain into wine glass. Garnish with a slice of lime. Use medium sized straws.
Via And everything else too
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This 1970 cocktail is from from Hiram Walker.
Combine in a mug 1 1/2 oz. Hiram Walker Chocolate Mint and 6 oz. hot chocolate made with milk and unsweetened chocolate. Top with whipped cream. Garnish with grated chocolate and use candy cane as stirrer.
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Let's call this a future retro cocktail recipe.
Bailys & Egg Nog
Beat 4 eggs together in a bowl with 4 tbsp. caster sugar (superfine sugar — Domino's makes it).
Add 300 ml. (1 1/4 cup) milk, a split vanilla pod and 150 ml. (a little more than 1/2 cup) of Bailys and whisk until combined.
Pour into glasses, sprinkle some nutmeg and enjoy!
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Bailys & Egg Nog, Holiday Cocktail
Bourbon Punch(Sufficient for 12 people. Makes 45 servings, 4 oz. each.)
2 bottles (4/5 quarts Fleischmann's DeLuxe Bourbonjuice of 12 lemons1 cup sugar1 pint very strong tea2 bottles club soda*
Mix thoroughly. Pour over a large piece of ice (or 2 trays of ice cubes). Decorate with fruit. Add 2 bottles of club soda.
*As this is a 1960s recipe, "2 bottles" would equal about a 2-liter bottle, maybe a little more. Since this is a cocktail, just make it to your taste.
Egg Nog(Sufficient for 12 people. Makes 30 servings, 4 oz. each.)
Beat yolks and whites of eggs separately. Add 1/2 lb. sugar to whites, beat until stiff. Add beaten yolks to whites, mix until blended. Beat in 2 jiggers rum. Add 1 bottle (4/5 qt.) Fleischmann's Preferred. Beat mixture. Add 1 pint heavy cream, 1 qt. of milk. Mix. Chill well. Grate nutmeg over top. Serve.
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Holiday cocktail recipes