Some drinks prove there is never just one clear recipe for success when it comes to mixing cocktails and pleasing a person’s palate. Jack Sudimack suggested the Antifreeze drink would be perfect for St. Patrick’s Day with its green melon liqueur coloring. Green melon liqueur didn’t ring a bell with me regarding the Antifreeze drink, so I took a look around at variations. This is where finding out what other people are suggesting and drinking is a terrific idea. Everyone learns something new; even me! Thanks Jack!
The Antifreeze recipe works as a shot, on the rocks drink or tall drink depending upon your preference. It’s also good for anytime sipping even if it is green. Please join in the cocktail conversation by sharing your recipe tips and tweaks. More information can be found in the post; “What Are You Drinking?”
1 measure Melon Liqueur
2 measures Lemon Lime Soda
Combine liquid vodka and melon liqueur in cocktail shaker with ice. Shake to blend and chill. Strain into two shot glasses. Top each shot with 1 measure of lemon lime soda. Alternative: Build in tall glass over fresh ice.
1/2 measure Vodka
1/2 measure 151 Rum
1/2 measure Blue Curacao
1/2 measure Peppermint Schnapps
Combine liquids in cocktail shaker with ice. Shake or stir according to preference. Strain into chilled rocks glass – no ice. This may also be strained into shooter glass.
1 measure Blue Curacao
1/2 measure Spearmint Schnapps
Splash Lemon Lime Soda
Combine liquids in cocktail shaker with ice. Shake to blend and chill. Strain into shot glass.
1/2 measure Vodka
1/2 measure Green Crème de Menthe
Combine liquids in cocktail shaker with ice. Shake to blend and chill. Strain into shot glass or strain into rocks glass over fresh ice.
Twitter, Facebook, StumbleUpon – str8upcocktails @ gmail.com – ©2012 Cheri Loughlin-The Intoxicologist, All Rights Reserved. All opinions, reviews and spirits’ coverage are the personal opinion and decision of Cheri Loughlin.