Articles Tagged: Triple Sec

Midnight Berry

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Ingredients:
1 1/2 oz Canadian Club Classic 12
3/4 oz DeKuyper Triple Sec
2 1/2 oz fresh lemon juice
5 fresh blackberries
3 sage leaves
1/2 oz egg whites

Directions:

Muddle Sage and blackberries in a mixing glass. Add all remaining ingredients and shake with ice, double strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a lemon twist.

* recipe courtesy of Canadian Club… Read more

DIY Blood Orange-Infused Vodka

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Good quality ingredients produce a good quality product, that’s why there is a good reason you have a favorite vodka. Your favorite brand doesn’t cheat you on quality, so you shouldn’t go for cheap ingredients when you decide to try out your own DIY recipes at home.

The winter season produces a lot of citrus fruits including tangerines, mandarin, oranges and grapefruit. Because fresh fruit equals fresh flavors, now is a great time to take … Read more

Bloody Red Rum Sangria

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Ingredients:
1 750ml bottle of spiced rum
1/2 bottle Voga Merlot
6 oz. fresh lime juice
6 oz. triple sec liqueur
6 oz. simple syrup
2 limes sliced in thin wheels
2 red oranges sliced in thin wheels

Directions:
Chill ingredients overnight or at least a few hours before the party. Add all ingredients into a large punch bowl. Float a large ice block to keep it cool. These can be made easily using a … Read more

Mayhem Cocktail

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Ingredients:
2 oz Cockspur Fine Rum
½ oz triple sec
½ oz Godiva Chocolate Liqueur
Orange twist, garnish.

Directions:
Combine ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake and strain into a cocktail glass and garnish.

Courtesy of Cockspur Rum.… Read more

Dra-Kahlúa

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Welcome to the 31 Drinks of Halloween!

Ingredients:
1 1/2 oz Kahlúa
1/2 oz Martell V.S. Cognac
1/2 oz Triple Sec
3/4 oz fresh lemon juice
1/2 oz simple syrup
Blood orange wedge, garnish

Directions:
Shake ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Strain into a n chilled, half sugar-rimmed martini glass and garnish with a blood orange wedge.

Recipe and photo courtesy of Kahlúa.

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Jalapeño Margarita

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Spice up your Margaritas with jalapeño-infused tequila!

Using a fresh jalapeño from my garden, I made a super-simple infusion that adds a little oomph to the basic Margarita. The spice level is moderate, so if you want a spicier result then add another pepper. Serve it with some chips and salsa, and you’re set.

Ingredients

2 oz jalapeño tequila*
¾ oz fresh orange juice
½ oz fresh lime juice
1 oz triple sec

Instructions

Add … Read more

Sangria Basics

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Sangria is a DIY dream. It’s a wine punch with fruit and liquor in it. What kind of wine, fruit and liquor? That’s up to you.

Some people like to top off their sangria with ginger ale, lemon-lime soda or club soda. Some people like it room temperature, while others drink it over ice. It’s hard to find anyone who doesn’t like sangria. It’s possible they wouldn’t be people worth knowing.

Using expensive wine is … Read more

La Estrella

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This is the time of year before summer  gives us the kind of good weather that makes for lazy afternoons on the deck or at a backyard barbecue. For laid-back sipping, I like this refreshing and light cocktail that’s like margarita’s mellow cousin.

I used the beautiful Rio Star red grapefruits that are available right now, along with fresh lime, mint, tequila and triple sec. Estrella means star in Spanish, so I gave the drink … Read more

Mango Margarita

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Fresh mango is fantastic. It’s lightly sweet, and its tropical flavor can instantly transport you to a relaxing place. Put that in a margarita and you have a winner!

This delightful fresh mango margarita will pair equally well with spicy food on Cinco de Mayo or a lovely brunch or picnic on Mother’s Day. I may just do both … it’s that good.Read more

Margarita

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This drink is a real treat from South of the Border! Take a cocktail glass and rub the lime wedge around the rim, dip rim in the salt.… Read more

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