Saturday, October 01, 2005

Drinks to try

Rusty Nail (scotch and Drambuie)
Bloody Mary's
White Wine
Amaretto Sours
Whisky Sours
Cosmos (Yum)
Dirty Vodka Martini, extra dirt
Tequila Shots with training wheels
Hairy Navel
Midori Sour
Bellagio Cocktail at Bellagio
Royal Peach...equal parts Crown & Peach Schnapps
Mudslide or Toasted Almond
Kir Royale
Banana Daiquiri
Kahlua Colada
Baby Doll

My new favorite drink is made up of 1/2 oz Grey Goose Vodka; 1/2 oz Bombay Sapphire Gin; 1/2 oz Bacardi Rum; 1/2 oz Jose Cuervo Especial Tequila; 1/2 oz triple sec; 1/2 oz grapefruit juice; 1 oz cranberry juice; and 1 1/2 oz sweet and sour mix.

It's called a Mountain Breeze and packs a wallop.


cable car @ Bellagio

Cable Car
Ride it to the stars

1 oz. Capitan Morgan's Spiced Rum
1/2 oz. Orange Curacao
1/2 oz. Lime Juice
1/2 oz. Sweet & Sour
Combine everything in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.


they serve hard cider in just about every bar and casino.
They do serve Magners! Magners and Woodpecker are readily available out there.

Black Russians
Captain Morgan and coke
Long island iced tea
Rum Runners or Tanqueray Bloody Mary's or Raspberry Absolut and diet 7up!


A Greyhound is Grapefruit Juice and Vodka. When you add salt on the rim it is then becomes a Salty Dog. YUMMM

Blue Hawaiians. I had a great bartender at Rio who kept them coming! YUM! Can't wait for my next one in Vegas.
Its rum (I choose Malibu since it adds the coconut flavor but others work too), blue curacao (sp?), pineapple juice and the fruity garnish. Sooooooo delicious! Very refreshing drink too. Try one sometime. They are a little bit dangerous though. They just taste like a fruit drink but before you know it, you are floating around!


I usually drink Ketel One Gimlets to get me started. I'll switch to Ketel tonics


Me likes tequila sunrises
I count the orange wedge and cherry as fruit for the day.

Captain and ginger


Before noon - capuccino w/whip cream. After noon either Jack/Coke, Scotch/Water w/twist or Margarita (rocks no salt).


Gin (GOOD gin) and tonic
Crown Royal on the rocks


Jager Bomb (Jager & Red Bull)
Amstell Light
Grey Goose & anything


Dickhead's Delight recipe

Scale ingredients to servings

1 oz Kahlua® coffee liqueur
1 oz rum
4 oz chocolate milk
1 pinch cinnamon
1 splash whipped cream

Directions of recipe >>
Mix liquor and chocolate milk in a highball glass, then top with whipped cream and cinnamon.

I have a sweet tooth.

Shots--Sambuka, Rumplemintz, or Schnaps
And depending on what mood I'm in...B-52, Black Russian, Mai Tai, Hurricane
Soft Mix--Screwdriver


Shot drink: liquid cocaine(Jager & goldschlager)
Mixed drink: Cape Cod(vodka & cranberry)
Beer: Bud Light

Hmmm...I don't drink very much but here goes:

Shots: Jagermeister

Mixed drinks: 7 and 7, Mcnaughton's and 7, Crown Royal on the rock...Stoli Greyhounds, Tanquaray and Tonics,

Others: JAGER AND RED BULL (liquid's my fav!!) Irish Car Bombs, Jellybeans, Flaming Dr. Pepper's...

Beer: Anything but stout.


Sambucca is indeed a licorice flavored liquor over 100 proof. Sweetest buzz in the world to get with a beautiufl woman.

I also like long island tea, texas tea, peach tea. Heck, if it comes in a hurricane glass I'll probably like it.

another view: Sorry to disagree with you, but Sambuca is only 40 proof or maybe a little higher, but definately not 100.

Anisette is another Italian licorice type liquor but it isn't as "thick" as Sambuca.


Winter in Vegas: Dewars Rusty Nail

Summer in Vegas: Beefeater or Tanqueray and Tonic.

After dinner drink or early morning drink if I've been up all night: Sambuca up, coffee back.

At home since she drinks Cuervo....I drink Cuervo. Straight up beer chaser(all varieties).


Shot - tequila
Mix - Vodka/RedBull (AKA Roaring Lion)
Beer - Coors light
Hard shot: Jameson, or Jack
Soft shot: Irish car bomb
mixer: Vodka Lemonade
Special occasions beer: Beamish Irish stout
Football watching, tailgating, cooking-out, etc. beer: Miller Lite


Some sites to browse for ideas:

here are a lot of drink recipes. They may not make them for you,b ut it never hurts to ask.

Here is a site run by a cocktail waitress. For a list of drinks see “Who Orders What”