In this ExtremeBartending video, we learn how to make the perfect Mint Julep cocktail. Start with a Collins glass. Take four sprigs of mint (it's very important that it be four) and place them in the glass. Add a teaspoon of sugar, and about two tablespoons of water (it's a strong drink, so you might want to add more water). With a muddler, mix it up, and this will expand the taste of the mint. Now grab some crushed or shaved ice and put it in the glass. Add an ounce and a half of bourbon, ga...
Jack Daniel's is the best whiskey to mix drinks with. JD is just about good for anything though, especially this sweet cocktail. Check out this video tutorial to learn how to rock out and make a Jack n' julep cocktail.
Nothing warms a winter chill like a good alcoholic beverage. The Hot Toddy, complete with Brandy, Agave Nectar and a slice of lemon. This is a great fireside beverage.
When life hands you lemons… make a Lynchburg lemonade! Fill a cocktail shaker and a highball glass with ice. Add three-quarters of an ounce of Jack Daniel’s and three-quarters of an ounce of triple sec to the cocktail shaker. Add three ounces of sour mix and a splash of 7-Up. Shake vigorously for about 10 seconds. Strain the contents of the shaker into a highball glass over ice. Garnish with a lemon wedge and pucker up. Lynchburg lemonade takes its name from Lynchburg, Tennessee, the home of ...
Here's a quick drink for you to enjoy while watching the election coverage - next up, a cocktail for McCain! You need blue curacao, orange juice, grapefruit, soda water, Maker's Mark bourbon and you've got the Barack Obama election cocktail. Garnish with lime.
Take the chill out of a cold day with a hot toddy. Learn how to make one with this bartending video. To make the hot toddy, you will need:
Bridget Albert, master mixologist, shows how to shake up a delicious alcoholic drink. Follow along with the step-by-step directions in this how-to video and learn how to make an old fashioned cocktail. For the recipe used in this video cocktail-mixing tutorial, you will need sugar, Angostura bitters, orange slices, a cherry, and bourbon whiskey. Enjoy your fresh old fashioned cocktail.
Bridget Albert, master mixologist, shows how to shake up a delicious alcoholic drink. Follow along with the step-by-step directions in this how-to video and learn how to make a pineapple black sour. For the recipe used in this video cocktail-mixing tutorial, you will need bourbon whiskey, sour mix, pineapple juice, and egg white. Enjoy your fresh pineapple black sour cocktail.
What better way to learn how to mix a drink than from a hot girl! This bartending how-to video teaches a cocktail recipe for a Mellow Tennessee. You will need Jack Daniels whiskey, ginger ale, and orange juice. Follow along with this video mixology lesson and find out how to make a Mellow Tennessee cocktail. Get your (alcoholic) drink on.
Learn how to mix an Imagination cocktail from a hot girl in this instructional bartending video! Ingredients:
Learn how to mix a Depressed Goalie from a hot girl in this instructional bartending video! Ingredients:
Learn how to mix a Bourbon Daisy cocktail from a hot girl in this instructional bartending video! Yee-haw!
Learn how to mix an Aggravation cocktail from a hot girl bartender in this instructional video! Ingredients:
Learn how to make a Makers Manhattan in this how-to video tutorial. Watch as Geoff from Far West Billiards in Spokane shows how to make a this classic alcoholic drink. All you need to mix a Makers Manhattan cocktail is: Maker's Mark whisky, sweet vermouth, bitters and a drop of cherry juice.
Not sure what to serve at your next cocktail party? Try a decadent alcohol drink that can double as a chocolate dessert. In this how to video Lee twists a classic bourbon old fashioned cocktail with and orange liquid chocolate.
Mixologist Eben Freeman, of Tailor restaurant in New York City, demonstrates how to prepare a variation on the classic Mint Julep cocktail. This Southern whiskey drink conjures up lazy afternoons on the porch or a day at the Kentucky Derby, so it's more of a sipping and enjoying cocktail. You will need sugar, soda water, mint leaves, crushed ice, and whiskey. Watch this video mixology tutorial and learn how to make a mint julep cocktail.
The Old Fashioned is one of America's earliest cocktails. It has very few ingredients, but is very complex and is quite challenging. Brown sugar syrup adds extra flavor and works very well with the bourbon. If you use a different base, such as Crown Royal Canadian whiskey, brown sugar syrup might be too overpowering. Bitters is an important part of the Old Fashioned and the amount is entirely up to you (although omitting the bitters is not an option). Adding the orange zest is highly recommen...
The Manhattan is one of America's classics. It originally was based with rye but now predominately uses bourbon as the base. Rye is quite a bit more dry and there are a lot more smokey woody tones in it where as bourbon is slightly sweeter and carries vanilla tones. The vermouth used in this recipe was Ponti Rosso. It has some spicy notes that complement the sweeter flavors very well. If you want to use a really good vermouth, use Carpano Antica Formula. Any high quality bourbon such as Maker...
American Bartenders School shows how to make a Whiskey Sour mixed drink cocktail. You will need whiskey and sweet and sour mix. Watch this specialty drink-mixing tutorial and learn how to make a whiskey sour cocktail.
Ah, the Manhattan. Named after the detably greatest place on earth. Its rich amber-red shimmer lights up any dark room. The anticipation of the first sip is high, so high in fact, that hardcore Manhattan tipplers will tell you instantly not only what kind of whiskey was used (rye, bourbon, blended), but what brand. You will need rye whiskey, sweet vermouth, and Angoustura bitters. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to mix up the classic Manhattan cocktail.
Maybe Mary queen of Scots was crazy enough to merit being the namesake of the Crazy Mary cocktail, a Scotch whisky take on the Bloody Mary. You will need Scotch whisky, vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, ground peppercorn, Tabasco sauce, salt, mixed vegetable and tomato juice. Learn how to mix a Crazy Mary cocktail by watching this video specialty drink-making tutorial.
Nothing is says classic cocktail like an Old Fashioned. You will need simple syrup, bitters, bourbon whiskey, and an orange peel for garnish. Learn how to mix an Old Fashioned cocktail by watching this video beverage-making tutorial.
This instructional video takes you step by step in making an old fashioned--a classic cocktail still enjoyed today. Steps:
Master mixolgist Chris McMillian teaches you how to make the Kentucky classic, the Mint Julep. The Juelp originated in ancient Persia but as evolved to become an American classic. It needs to be prepared in the classic metal cup which allows for the drink to get properly cold.
Chris McMillian, master mixologist, shows you how to mix a Whiskey Sour cocktail. The Whiskey Sour is one of the simplest cocktails to make, it balances sweet and sour and is a cocktail every bartender should know.
The Old Fashioned is a classic cocktail which every bartender should know how to mix! Repudiated to have been first made in Kentucky.
American Bartenders School shows how to make a Irish Coffee mixed drink cocktail recipe. You will need Irish whiskey and coffee. Learn how to mix an Irish coffee cocktail by watching this video beverage-making tutorial.
American Bartenders School shows how to make a High Ball mixed drink cocktail recipe. You will need American whiskey and ginger ale. Learn how to mix a high ball cocktail by watching this video beverage-making tutorial.
Rob "Riki Tiki" Roy takes a vague request and brings about a classic. All you need is whiskey, sweet and sour mix, and a cherry for garnish. Sweet and sour mix can be added to any liquor to create a something sour cocktail. It's so easy.
The drinking continues! Rob "Riki Tiki" Roy gives a little history on Scotch and shows how to make the Rob Roy. You'll need scotch, vermouth, Angostura bitters, and a cherry on top. Watch this video beverage-making tutorial and learn how to make a Rob Roy cocktail, the Scottish bastard son of the martini.
Enjoy a St. Patty's Day treat with the Irish Mule and Irish Flag. You'll need Irish whisky, ginger, lime juice, brown sugar, ginger ale, lime, and mint. Follow along with Riki Tiki Roy the bartender and learn how to mix up an Irish Mule cocktail.
Woodford Reserve bourbon whiskey, sugar, mint, lime juice, Sprite and sweet and sour mix make up the mint julep cocktail. Follow along with bartender Andrea as she gives step by step directions for how to mix up this traditional drink. Watch this video beverage making tutorial and learn how to mix the mint julep cocktail.
Bourbon whiskey, triple sec, and lime juice make up the Sidecar cocktail. Follow along with bartender Andrea as she gives step by step directions for how to mix up this classic drink. Watch this video beverage making tutorial and learn how to mix the Sidecar cocktail.
Bourbon whiskey and apple liqueur make up the apple martini cocktail. Follow along with bartender Andrea as she gives step by step directions for how to mix up this sweet and fruity specialty drink. Watch this video beverage making tutorial and learn how to mix the Woodford Reserve apple martini cocktail.
Bourbon whiskey, peach schnapps and sweet and sour mix make up the sweet and fruity fuzzy peach martini cocktail. Follow along with bartender Francine as she gives step by step directions for how to mix up this specialty drink. Watch this video beverage making tutorial and learn how to mix the fuzzy peach martini cocktail.
Learn everything there is to know about Scotch whisky with LX.com's George Oliphant at the Brandy Library in New York City. Older and more expensive doesn't mean better with Scotch whisky, nor does it ruin Scotch to add water. Learn other ways for how to enjoy drinking Scotch whisky by watching this video tutorial.
Watch this video tutorial to learn how to make a mint julep. You will need: mint, sugar, shaved ice and bourbon.
Anthony heads down to Loretto, KY, and brings back a classic Maker's Mark Manhattan! Learn how to mix this classic cocktail by watching and following along with this drink-making video tutorial.
Tired of Cosmopolitans? This unusual cocktail adds a new twist on the run-of-the-mill Cosmo, by replacing vodka with Maker's Mark bourbon whisky. Learn how to mix the Samuels cocktail by watching and following along with this drink-making video tutorial.
This video tutorial is an in-depth look at bourbon whiskey, Maker's Mark in particular. Learn how to appreciate Maker's Mark whisky and learn about the history of the brand.