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Peppermint Liqueur
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Russian Cactus
Added About 11 years ago
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Pour peppermint liqueur into a cocktail glass. Top up the glass with vodka and serve. ...
Pour peppermint liqueur into a cocktail glass. Top up the glass with vodka and ...
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GMT
Added About 5 years ago
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With the infamous G&T as a starting point, its derivative GMT is one of the successful experiments in its line. Unofficially this is a very popular combination, and I'm astonished that no one bothered to give it a name at some point. So here’s the GMT (not Greenwich Mean Time) to keep the name resembling its G&T roots. Add ice to the glass and pour in the gin. Top up with tonic, not quite to the ...
With the infamous G&T as a starting point, its derivative GMT is one of the ...
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Minttu
Added About 3 years ago
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A warming and refreshingly minty drink that will take you back to the Finnish ski slopes. This cocktail is named for the traditional mint liqueur used in Finland. Mix up a mug of frothy hot chocolate and stir in a shot of Minttu or other clear peppermint liqueur, and serve. ...
A warming and refreshingly minty drink that will take you back to the Finnish ...
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Mint Chocolate Chip
Added About 11 years ago
5 ingredients  
Add all ingredients except the whipped cream to a cocktail shaker with ice and shake well. Pour into a cocktail glass. Add a dollop of whipped cream on top. Garnish with chocolate shavings and serve. ...
Add all ingredients except the whipped cream to a cocktail shaker with ice and ...
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Brazil
Added About 11 years ago
6 ingredients  
Add vodka, Malibu, fresh lemon juice, orange juice and sugar to a cocktail shaker. Add ice cubes and shake well. Put the mixture into a tall glass. Add the mint liqueur slowly and carefully, so the orange and green colours separate, then serve. ...
Add vodka, Malibu, fresh lemon juice, orange juice and sugar to a cocktail ...
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Shaker
Added About 11 years ago
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Add a shot of vodka, three shots of peppermint liqueur, two shots of Bacardi Superior and one shot of red Aftershock to a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well, strain into a highball glass with ice and serve. ...
Add a shot of vodka, three shots of peppermint liqueur, two shots of Bacardi ...
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Peppermint Fredo
Added About 11 years ago
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Place 5-6 ice cubes in a cocktail glass then add Kahlúa and peppermint liqueur. Top up the glass with chocolate milk. Stir and serve. ...
Place 5-6 ice cubes in a cocktail glass then add Kahlúa and peppermint ...
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Green Godess
Added About 11 years ago
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This is a good way to end the night without your breath smelling of alcohol. Add both ingredients to a shot glass and serve. ...
This is a good way to end the night without your breath smelling of alcohol. Add ...
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