Saturday, December 26, 2020

Key Lime Island Vibes

Decided to make a cool cocktail variation based-off a key lime martini. Turned out pretty good.


2 oz rum (preferably dark)

Teaspoon of brown sugar (table sugar still works)

1/4 oz fresh lime juice 

2 drops of vanilla extract

1 oz milk (coconut cream optional)

Shake vigorously with ice in a shaker

Pour in a glass

Lime wheel for garnish

Top cocktail w/ cinnamon and nutmeg

Friday, December 25, 2020

Christmas Sangria (Tipsy Bartender)

Beautiful sangria for the holiday season.

Apple Slices
White Wine
White Cranberry Juice
Simple Syrup
Ginger Ale

The Grinch Hot Chocolate (Tipsy Bartender)

This is an amazing drink. Perfect for the holiday season! Enjoy! 

Hot Milk
White Hot Chocolate 
Peppermint Schnapps
Creme De Menthe
Godiva Chocolate Liqueur
Candy Cane

Friday, October 30, 2020

Smokey Halloween Rum Punch in a Pumpkin (Tipsy Bartender)

Great themed punch! Enjoy!

White Rum 
Spiced Rum
Honey Syrup
Apple Cider 
Orange Juice
Ginger Ale

Halloween Punch - Mad Scientist (Thirsty Bartenders)

It’s always fun to have a nice Halloween theme for drinks.  This one doesn’t disappoint at all. Great job , ladies!

16 oz of Coconut Rum
8 oz Pineapple Juice
4 oz Blue Curaçao 
4 oz Melon Liqueur
Dry Ice

Friday, August 28, 2020

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Taste Tests Tequila with 3 Meals (Food and Wine)

Here we have The Rock taste testing his Teremana Tequila and pairing it with his favorite foods and cocktails. Pretty dope Tequila to rock and just in time for Cinco de Mayo.

Sunday, April 12, 2020

Chocolate Easter Bunny with Booze (Tipsy Bartender)

Even when you inside, definitely take a bite out of this amazing, boozy treat :).

Fireball Whisky
Chocolate Bunny

Friday, February 28, 2020

$750 Bottle Collection Giveaway from Steve the Bartender!

This is simply awesome. It's always nice to add to your collection especially when it's free. Take a look at the video.

You can also sign up for more information regarding Steve's giveaway

Sushi Jello Shots (Tipsy Bartender)

This certainly gets an A+ for presentation. Looks tasty as well.

8 oz. Coconut Rum
8 oz. Canned Coconut Milk
2 Pkts Unflavored Gelatin
Fruit Roll Up
Candy Fish

DIY Irish Cream Fudge Sauce (Tipsy Bartender)

This looks amazing. Perfect to go with your cakes and other treats!

4 oz. Irish Cream
2 oz. Corn Syrup
1/4 Cup Cocoa Powder
4 Tbsp Chocolate Chips

Friday, February 21, 2020

Pirate Punch (Tipsy Bartender)

Nice, potent, and tasty. Just the way I like it!

2 oz. Rum
2 oz. Coconut Rum
2 oz. Triple Sec
1 oz. Dark Rum
3 oz. Orange Juice
3 oz. Pineapple Juice

Gennaro's Sidecar Cocktail Recipe (Jamie's Italian) - Steve the Bartender

Great sidecar variation!

1.5 oz Brandy or Cognac
1/2 oz Cointreau
.4 oz Limoncello
1/2 oz Fresh Lemon Juice

Apple Pie Vodka (Tipsy Bartender)

Awesome and on-time recipe. PERFECT for the winter season!


16 oz. Vodka
2 oz. Simple Syrup
4 Apples
3 Cinnamon Sticks

Seal, shake, and refrigerate for a few days until it's ready!

Friday, February 14, 2020

Drunken Vodka Strawberries (Tipsy Bartender)

Simply amazing Valentine's Day Libation

Fresh Strawberries
Strawberry Vodka
Strawberry Liqueur

Haystack Cocktail Recipe (Paper Plane Inspired!) - Steve the Bartender

30ml Bourbon Whiskey
30ml Suze Gentian Liqueur
15ml Apricot Brandy Liqueur
15ml Fresh Lemon Juice

Sunflower Cocktail variation (Steve the Bartender)

22.5ml Gin
22.5ml Elderflower Liqueur
22.5ml Cointreau / Triple Sec
22.5ml Fresh Lemon Juice
Absinthe Rinse

Tango Cocktail Recipe (Bellagio, Las Vegas) - Steve the Bartender

Well-rounded Gin cocktail!

1.75 oz Gin
3/4 oz Passoa Passionfruit Liqueur
2 oz Ruby Red Grapefruit
1/2 oz Simple Syrup

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Build Your Home Cocktail Party Spot with Broward Contractor

Do you have a nice area in your home that’s completely bare? Maybe you’re thinking of doing something cool with some extra space, such as making it the perfect party spot for your family and friends. You might be gearing up your home to host your next big event when the spring and summertime hits. Wouldn’t it be nice to enjoy the weather while sitting back with a few nice libations in hand? Broward Contractor is up for the task.

Offers Great Home Remodeling
Let’s be honest. Home remodeling can get very expensive. Sure, you may be tempted to DIY your home, but each mistake adds another cost that could’ve been avoided with a professional on the job. Broward Contractor has provided expert service for decades.
They’re affordable and hard-working. You won’t have to spend an arm and leg getting a quality job done to your home. They take time and use quality materials to ensure that any place you renovate has a grade ‘A’ look to it.

Room Addition
You might be thinking about adding a cool cocktail room to your home. You have a lot of space that’s just waiting to be occupied. However, you might be unaware of different building-applications you need to adhere to before you decide to create an additional room. Before you take that first drink in your space, give Broward Contractor a call.

They not only take the right measures to ensure your room is up to code, but they’ll help in the designing and planning process to make sure everything goes accordingly. You won’t have to buy a new home or use a guesthouse when you can make the most of your space.

Quality Floor Installation
Maybe you’re thinking of a wood floor. This way, it’ll be easy to clean up stains. You won’t have to worry about an accidental spill because it’s not a carpeted floor. Also, it’ll make for a nice dance area while you and your friends enjoy a great party right at home. The staff has a lot of training and can build the right flooring to complement the motif you desire for the room. Maybe you have a deadline, such as getting the floor done before your husband’s 40th birthday. Their professionals work with you to meet specific daily goals. This is the type of organization needed to get the job done.

Getting the Right Lighting
You need the finishing touch to your new room addition. They offer solid interior light installation. Maybe you want to enjoy a room where you add some LED lighting to make it a nice evening event. Also, it could be a good way to save money because you can set a sensor on them when someone’s in the room. The right lighting gives the area a certain aura that’ll add more depth to your events.

Just imagine staying in and bringing the party to you. Start thinking of the possibilities of your place and make it somewhere your loved ones can let their hair down.

Need to consult someone to get the job done? Please contact Broward Contractor for details!

Saturday, February 1, 2020

Office Cocktail Drinking (Tipsy Bartender)

I always dig when Skyy goes behind the scenes!

Orange Creamsicle Crush (Tipsy Bartender)

Awesome Orange Crush!

Corn Syrup (Rimmed Glass)
Whipped Cream Vodka
Orange Vodka
Orange Juice
Orange Slice

Skull Island (Tipsy Bartender)

Now, this is a great tiki based drink!

Kiwi Slices
Coconut Rum
Banana Rum
Mango Rum
Pineapple Juice
Mango Nectar
Passion Fruit Syrup
Blue Curacao
Orange Slices
Lime Slices
Lime Bowl
151 Rum

Atomic Jagerbomb Fishbowl (Tipsy Bartender)

Always nice to have a great fishbowl drink! However, the Jager. Ooo wee. Man, I don't know if I can rock out with this one LOL.


Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Hosting the Perfect Soiree with Friends

A soiree is a small, intimate gathering of friends, the perfect way to celebrate everything from friendship to birthdays. You don’t need an excuse to enjoy quality time with people you care about but when it comes to hosting a successful soiree, what do you need to consider?

Keep it small

The ideal size for this kind of dinner party is between six and eight guests. With a larger group, you’ll find yourself simply catering rather than enjoying the company of guests and the great food on offer.

In smaller groups, big personalities can take over so make sure you seat your dinner guests in a way that allows conversation to flow but stops small groups from ‘breaking away’. For example, seat people who have larger-than-life personalities in the centre of the table. This way, they’ll extend their conversation to people on either side of them.

Simple menu

Don’t overthink your soiree menu. If fact, you can ditch several courses in favour of one main course, followed by desserts and sweet treats that allow people to dip in and out, as and when the conversation ebbs and flows.

Include a range of enticing dishes including chocolate candy with coffee, as well as cheese and fruit.

Anticipate your guests’ needs

Every successful soiree or party is defined as one where the needs and expectations of the guests were met. The sign of a good host is one that can second-guess or predict what their guests will want.

For example, if you are enjoying an intimate dinner party outdoors, provide sumptuous blankets for your guests to wrap themselves up in. Or, if enjoying an informal soiree in front of a roaring fire, cosy slippers or throws will work just as well.

Pull out all the stops

Unlike a more formal dinner party, the soiree is a more relaxed affair but what does that really mean? It means serving a classic menu with elegant dishes, it means several dishes served at the same time without the formality or awkwardness of working out which set of cutlery to use.

Pulling out all the stops doesn’t mean making things overly complicated. A posy of fresh flowers on the table, pretty china plates and cups, linen napkins and vintage glasses will all look spectacular.

Think about the small things and get organised before your party. For example, make such there are fresh towels in the bathroom and welcoming cocktails for guests.

Make it all about people, memories and fun

A soiree is the stuff of memories. It is the meeting of friends where you will laugh and commiserate, sharing stories of times gone past. Life is so full and busy, finding time can be hard.

But when you can all find the time, a soiree is perfect. It is informal and comforting. If the chicken is a little overcooked or the wine is not as tasty as you thought it would be or a cocktail glass is broken, what does it matter?

Friday, January 10, 2020

How to Make the All Spice & Everything Nice Cocktail (Common Man Cocktails)

This is a perfect winter drink! Enjoy!

2 oz. bourbon
¾ oz. fresh lemon juice
½ oz. honey syrup
¼ oz. St. Elizabeth’s Allspice Dram
2 dashes orange bitters
Garnish: cinnamon stick and a few whole cloves

Tequila Gummy Bears (Tipsy Bartender)

I've heard of Vodka and Rum Gummy Bears. Tequila is certainly a different breed. I'm actually curious to see how these taste.

8 oz. Tequila
1/4 Cup Sugar
3 Pkts Gelatin
Gummy Bear Mold
Green Food Coloring – Optional

Spiked Arnold Palmer Slush (Tipsy Bartender)

Nothing like a good spiked Arnold Palmer (John Daly). It doesn't matter if it's -32 degrees outside or scorching outside. This is a good libation.

3 oz. Vodka
Unsweetened Tea

Garnish: Lemon Wheel

Thursday, January 9, 2020

Bong Water Shot (Tipsy Bartender)

I've had this shot one time. And one time only. LOL. It's not bad, but it's certainly something I'm not going to go head over heels for. Check it out.

Orange Juice