Celebrate Bartender Day With DIY Craft Cocktails

Celebrate Bartender Day Jorj’s way with these easy DIY cocktails, perfect for your home entertaining this holiday season! Grab these essential home bar recipes.

Celebrate Bartender Day Jorj’s way with these easy DIY cocktails, perfect for your home entertaining this holiday season! Grab these essential home bar recipes.

Looking to get in the Bartender Day spirit (hee!) but don’t feel like heading out to the bar? No problem!

With these easy, delicious cocktail recipes, you can easily make your own cocktails right at home. Whether you’re looking for something fruity and refreshing or something boozy and decadent, celebrate National Bartender’s Day, Jorj’s way!

 

Champagne Cosmo Cocktail

 

Ingredients:

12 ounces of pomegranate juice
2 ounces Chambord raspberry liqueur
Juice of 1 large lime, about 2 tablespoons
1 (750 ml) bottle of Champagne
Fresh pitted cherries

 
Stir together the pomegranate juice, Chambord, and lime juice in a pitcher. Pour about 1 ounce of this mixture into the bottom of a champagne flute. Top off the glass with Champagne. Garnish with fresh cherries.

 

Doreen’s Dirty Martini

Ingredients:
2 ounces vodka
½ ounce olive juice
Whiff of dry vermouth
2 to 3 colossal size olives

 

Fill a cocktail shaker half full of ice. Pour in the vodka and the olive juice. Shake well and set aside. Add a touch of vermouth to a martini glass.

Strain and pour the mixture into the glass. Garnish with olives.

Bonus Doreen Recipe: “Just A Little Something” Black Cocoa Cookies

 

Easy Simple Syrup Infusion recipes

 

Simple syrup is the traditional sweetener in cocktails. You can buy simple syrup in a bottle and keep it in the fridge, or you can make it yourself by combining equal parts sugar and water and boiling until the sugar dissolves. Voila! Simple Syrup!!

The star of my cocktails was my Old Fashion made with a really, really good bourbon, a dash or two of bitters, and a splash of this blood orange and sage-infused simple syrup recipe.

The drink was garnished with bourbon-marinated fresh cherries and strips of candied blood orange. Get the Old Fashioned Bourbon recipe below!

 

 

Old Fashioned Bourbon

Ingredients
3 maraschino cherries

Orange pinwheel
1 tablespoon superfine sugar
2 ounces bourbon
Club soda

 

Place two cherries and an orange slice into the bottom of a cocktail glass. Sprinkle with sugar and stir with the back of a wooden spoon to blend flavors. Pour the bourbon over top. Fill the glass with ice. Top it off with club soda. Garnish with the third cherry.
 

 

Oyster Shooters

Ingredients:
12 shucked oysters with oyster juice
1/3 cup ketchup
1 teaspoon prepared horseradish
Juice of 1 medium lime (about 1 tablespoon)
12 ounces tomato juice
12 ounces cold Vodka
Drops of Hot Pepper sauce

 

Place each oyster, with its juice, into the bottom of a tall (6-inch) shot glass (or martini glass).

Mix together the ketchup and horseradish. Place a dollop of this sauce on top of each oyster.

Pour in 1 ounce of tomato juice and 1 ounce of chilled vodka over each oyster. Season with additional hot sauce (if desired). Serve cold.

 

Hair Of The Dog Brunch Cocktail

 

Ingredients:

12 ounces tomato juice
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
½ teaspoon prepared horseradish
2 to 4 drops (or more) hot pepper sauce
1 whole lemon, cut into wedges
1 tablespoon celery salt
2 (12-ounce bottles) beer
Celery stalks with leaves

 

In a pitcher, stir together the tomato juice, Worcestershire sauce, horseradish, and hot pepper sauce. Rub the rims of the cocktail glasses with lemon wedges. Dip the rims into a saucer containing the celery salt. Fill each glass with ice cubes.

Fill half the glass with beer and top it off with the tomato juice mixture. Garnish with celery stalks.

 

 

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