Top 5 Drinks with Fireball

Here is one for true bartenders: Fireball Whiskey. Its’ delicious cinnamon flavor and that luscious burn are a unique combination.

If you are looking to experiment and learn the best way to enjoy a good Fireball Whisky, you’ve come to the right place! Here is our Top 5 Drinks with Fireball.


APPLE PIE ON THE ROCKS

Apple pie on the rock is a great drink for the colder months, but who could say no on a hot summer evening?

It is sweet due to the vanilla and apple juice, warm because of the cinnamon and the whisky and vodka burn tops it all off to make one hell of a cocktail.

Ingredients you’ll need:

1 oz. Vanilla Vodka

1 oz. Fireball Whisky

4 oz. Organic Apple Juice

Pinch of Ground Cinnamon

Brown Sugar for the Rim

To prepare:

In a cocktail shaker, mix the vodka, fireball whisky, apple juice and cinnamon. Shake away. Serve on a rocks glass with a sugar rim. Garnish with a cinnamon stick.


CIDERBALL

Ciderball is easy to prepare and so refreshing you’ll want to have it every evening after a hard day’s work.

Ingredients you’ll need:

3 parts Hard Cider

1 part Fireball Whisky

To prepare:

Pour the cider and whiskey on a chilled glass with ice.


BALLS OF FIRE

 These Balls of Fire are great for parties! They are easy to make and because it needs to be prepared with some time, you’ll be free to bartend, without worrying about running out.

Ingredients you’ll need:

Jar of Maraschino Cherries

Fireball Whisky

To prepare:

Drain the juice off the Maraschino Cherry jar. Fill it up with Fireball Whisky.

Leave it to refrigerate overnight. Consume at your own risk!


57 CHEVY MARGARITA

Having a Margarita is always a good idea. There are many variations out there. It is, however, a cocktail that is easy to get wrong. In summer, when everybody has great parties, it is the go to drink.

Surprise your guests with this twist on the traditional Margarita cocktail. It adds an extra bite that will leave everybody asking for more!

Ingredients you’ll need:

 2 oz. Orange Liqueur

2 oz. Premium Tequila

1 oz. Fireball Whisky

3 Fresh Squeezed Lemons

To prepare:

In a cocktail shaker, pour the orange liqueur, tequila, whisky and the lemon juice.

Shake, shake, shake. Pour into a margarita glass with sugar rim and ice.


BRAINS OF FIRE

This is a beautiful combination of sweet peach schnapps, the body of the irish cream, the sting of the grenadine and the bite of Firewall Whisky.

It is served in a shot glass to keep it short with a kick, but can also be served in a rocks glass by doubling the amounts, if you are brave enough!

Ingredients you’ll need:

0.25 oz. of Fireball Whisky

0.25 oz. of Irish Cream

1 oz. Peach Schnapps

3-5 drops of Grenadine

To prepare:

The peach schnapps need to be poured into a shot glass.

In a cocktail shaker, mix the Fireball Whisky, the Irish Cream and ice.

Carefully and slowly, layer the mixture on top of the schnapps. On top, pour the Grenadine.

 

Top 5 Drinks with Vodka

If you tend to drink a little too much, vodka might be a good choice for you. It causes less of a hangover, especially when mixed in a cocktail.

Vodka keeps the sting but is great for cocktails because it takes infused flavors so well. If you are learning to make cocktails, vodka is definitely your friend. Experiment and try things out. To start you off, here are our Top 5 Drinks with Vodka.


BLOODY MARY

With its’ beautiful and strong color, a good Bloody Mary is always a great choice. It is great for Halloween, for Christmas, New Years or any other party you might want to throw. It will be the star of the night!

Ingredients you’ll need:

3 oz. Tomato Juice

1 oz. of Vodka

1/2 oz. Lemon Juice

1 dash Worcestershire Sauce

1 pinch of Pepper

1 pinch of Salt

1 Stalk of Celery

Hot Sauce

To prepare:

In a highball glass with ice, add the Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce, salt and pepper. Pour the tomato juice, vodka, lemon juice. Stir softly and garnish with celery.


SEX ON THE BEACH

You cannot make vodka drinks and not have a good Sex on the Beach. If you want to call yourself a good bartender, you must know this one by heart.

This two colored drink is a great addition to any cocktail selection.

Ingredients you’ll need:

2 oz. Orange Juice

2 oz. Cranberry Juice

1 ½ oz. Vodka

1/2 oz. Peach Schnapps

In a highball glass, pour the orange jice, the cranberry juice, vodka and schnapps. Garnish with a slice of orange. Easy!


SEA BREEZE

The now popular Sea Breeze was originally not with vodka, but with Gin. It also didn’t have any cranberry juice. It has evolved over the last 80 years and is now the delicious version we enjoy today.

Ingredients you’ll need:

4 oz. Grapefruit Juice

1 1/2 oz. Cranberry Juice

1 1/2 oz. Vodka

In a highball glass filled with ice pour the grapefruit and the cranberry juice and then the vodka. Garnish with a lime wedge.


KAMIKAZE

This cocktail named in Japanese, is an all time favorite. It has a beautiful color and even better taste. It is serves in a cocktail glass, adding a touch of elegance to any gathering.

Ingredients you’ll need:

1/2 oz. of Vodka

1 oz. of Lime Juice

1 oz. Triple Sec

In a cocktail shaker, mix all the ingredients with ice. Shake away. Strain into a cocktail glass, chilled. Garnish with a lime wedge.


LEMON DROP MARTINI

If lemon and vodka is what you like, the Lemon Drop Martini is perfect for you!

Served in a sugar-rimmed martini glass, it can be a perfect drink for a summer party or a snowy Christmas Eve.

Ingredients you’ll need:

1 1/2 oz. Vodka

3/4 oz. Lemon Juice

1/2 oz. Triple Sec

1 tablespoon Superfine Sugar

Lemon wedge

In a cocktail shaker, half filled with ice, mix the vodka, triple sec, sugar and lemon juice. Shake, shake, shake until sugar dissolves.

Grab the lemon wedge and squeeze over the rim of the martini glass. Pour sugar on a plate and place the rim on it.

Strain into the glass and with a lemon wedge or a twisted lemon peel.

Top 5 Drinks with Tequila

Tequila is a great drink for cocktails. It’s warmness is easy to combine and can make you taste summer, if done correctly.

Here we present to you the Top 5 Drinks With Tequila. As always, drink responsibly.


MARGARITA

A timeless classic. Many are the stories of how it was created and many are those who claim to be the brains behind the magic.

In any case, what is important is to learn to get it right.

Ingredients you’ll need:

1 1/2 oz. Tequila

1 oz. Lime Juice

Lime Wedge

1/2 oz. Triple Salt

Ice

To prepare:

Put the salt on a plate and rub the rim of the margarita glass with the lime. Place it on the salt so it sticks to the rim.

In a shaker, place the ice, tequila and lime juice. Pour into glass with care. Garnish with a lime wedge.


PALOMA

If Margaritas don’t do it for you, maybe a Paloma will. This beautiful drink adds color to any situation. Enjoy it alone on a beautiful relaxing evening or gather your friends around.

Palomas are easy to prepare, sweet and will still give you that tequila punch.

Ingredients you’ll need:

2 oz. Blanco Tequila (White Tequila, 100% Agave)

Lime Wedges

Pinch of Salt

Grapefruit Soda (Jarritos or Ting)

To prepare:

In a Collins glass:  add the tequila, fill the glass with ice, a pinch of salt and squeeze the juice from the lime wedge and then throw it in. Fill it up with grapefruit soda. Enjoy!


TEQUILA SUNRISE

The Tequila Sunrise was originally created in Arizona in the 1930s. It was modernised in the 1970s by Bobby Lazoff and Billy RIce in the 1970s and has been popular ever since.

The beautiful combination of colors reminds us of the sunrise and it tastes just as it should.

To prepare:

2 measures of Tequila

2 dashes Grenadine Syrup

Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice

Orange Slice to Garnish

To prepare:

It is vital that the ingredients not be stirred or shaken. They need to be poured in the right order to get that beautiful color effect. First, the ice. After that, pour in the tequila and the orange juice. Add the grenadine syrup and garnish with an orange slice.


BLOODY MARIA

Who came up with the first Bloody Mary and how it has evolved during the last century, is a long unclear story.

Here we present you with a delicious recipe that will certainly satisfy your bloody needs.

Ingredients you’ll need:

2 oz. Tomato Juice

1 oz. Tequila

1 dash Celery Salt

1 dash Tabasco Sauce

1 dash Lemon Juice

Lime, lemon and celery to garnish

1 slice of Lemon

To prepare:

In a highball glass with ice, pour the  salt, tabasco, lemon juice and tequila. Top it off with tomato juice and stir. Garnish with lemon, lime and celery.


EL DIABLO

This is one of the most popular tequila drinks out there. It has a beautiful combination of sweet blackcurrant-flavored cassis, with the spice of the ginger beer and the bite of the tequila.

Ingredients you’ll need:

1 ½ oz. of Reposado Tequila

½ oz. Creme de Cassis

½ oz. Lime Juice

Ginger beer

To prepare:

Fill your shaker with ice, the tequila, cassis and lime juice. Shake, shake, shake.

Fill a Collins Glass with ice and strain into it. Top with the ginger beer. Delicious!

Top 5 Drinks With Rum

Rum is mostly produced in the Caribbean and Latin America. Nobody is quite sure where its name comes from, although it probably originated because of the latin word for sugar, which ends with the syllable rum. Since rum is made of sugarcane, it seems reasonable.

There are light, golden and dark rums. Dark rums are usually not used in cocktails, but drank neat. Golden rums are used for some cocktails and light rums are your best friend, bartender.

We have put together our Top 5 Drinks with Rum. Enjoy!


ORIGINAL DAIKIRI

Did you know that Daikiris don’t have to be frozen or full of fruits? That’s right, the original Daikiri is a clear, simple and delicious cocktail.

Never mind the horrible bottled Daikiri mixtures. Forget about the fruit and the freezer. If you really want to taste a Daikiri, you’ve come to the right place.

It’s important for this one to use accurate measurements. Because of its purity and minimum number of ingredients, it needs to be just right or it will not be at all.

Ingredients you’ll need for one cocktail:

2 oz. of Light Rum

3/4 oz of Freshly Squeezed Lime Juice

1 Teaspoon of Sugar

To prepare:

In a cocktail shaker, stir the lime juice and the sugar until the latter dissolves. Add the rum and fill with ice. Shake for ten seconds and strain into a cocktail glass. Preferably chilled. To garnish, add a wedge of lime.

Pour sugar and lime juice into a cocktail shaker and stir until sugar is dissolved. Add the rum and fill shaker with ice; shake well for 10 seconds and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a wedge of lime.


THE HURRICANE

Originally from New Orleans’ famous Pat O’Brien’s Bar in the 1940s, the Hurricane quickly became a popular drink and still is.

In those days, rum was considered cheap in quality and was therefore cheap in price. In order to push it through, whiskey sellers forced it upon bars. Pat O’Brien’s Bar took this negative situation and turned it into an opportunity.

Now, forget about premixes and bottled nothingness. Here is how to make the original Hurricane.

Ingredients you’ll need for each:

2 oz. Dark Jamaican Rum

1 oz. Fresh Lemon Juice

1 oz. of Passion Fruit Syrup, Trader Tiki

Crushed Ice

Orange Slice and a Cherry to garnish

To prepare:

In a shaker, mix the rum, lemon juice, syrup and crushed ice and shake. Pour without straining in a Hurricane Glass or Old Fashioned Glass. Garnish with a slice of orange and a cherry.


MAI TAI

The original Mai Tai was “Trader Vic” Bergeron invention. Made with a 17 year old Jamaican rum, Dutch Curaçao and fresh Lime Juice.

Over the years, due to the lack of certain ingredients and the popularity of the drink, it started to change. Nowadays, most places don’t even have a real Mai Tai. You might not have had one of these ever in your life.

Ingredients you’ll need:

2 oz. Jamaican Rum

1 oz. Lime Juice

1/2 oz. Curaçao

1/4 oz. Orgeat

1/4 oz. Rock-Candy Syrup

Mint for Garnish

To prepare:

Fill your shaker with the rum, lime juice, curaçao, orgeat and syrup and fill with ice. Shake for ten seconds. Strain and pour into a double old fashioned glass with crushed ice. Garnish with a sprig of mint and a lime shell.


MOJITO

Nobody really knows where or when Mojitos were created. As far as we know, it originated in Cuba, around 200 years ago.

Some historical figures have been linked to the popularization of this now famous drink, like Ernest Hemingway. It is unclear how true this actually is.

In any case, what is commonly served as a Mojito nowadays is usually too sweet. We are going to introduce you to the oldest version we know of.

Ingredients you’ll need for one cocktail:

1 teaspoon of Sugar

10 Leaves of Fresh Mint

1 ½ oz. of White Rum

¾ oz. Fresh Lime Juice

Club Soda

2 Sprigs of Fresh Mint for garnish

1 Lime Twist for garnish

To prepare:

In a serving glass, gently muddle the sugar and mint leaves together so the leave release all of their oils. Fill it with ice, rum and lime juice. Stir.

Top it all off with the club soda and add the garnishes.


PLANTER’S PUNCH

Planter’s Punch is a drink that is centuries old. It originated in the Caribbean and has now spread all over.

This is a great drink to experiment with because so many variations exist. Firstly, though, we need to learn the basic, stripped version. After you get it right, feel free to play.

Ingredients you’ll need for one drink:

3 oz. Coruba Dark Jamaican Rum

1 oz. Simple Syrup

¾ oz. Fresh Lime Juice

3 dashes Angostura Bitters

To prepare:

In a tall glass with crushed ice, combine the rum, syrup and lime juice. Stir with a bar spoon until it frosts and the ice settles. Add more crushed ice and garnish.