Bridget Albert, master mixologist, shows how to shake up a delicious alcoholic drink. Follow along with the step-by-step directions in this how-to video and learn how to make a Brandy Alexander. For the recipe used in this video cocktail-mixing tutorial, you will need heavy cream, dark creme de cacao, brandy, and cream liqueur. Enjoy your fresh Brandy Alexander cocktail.
Rob "Riki Tiki" Roy is bringing you class, people! This dessert drink is tasty and perfect for cocktail parties, drinking with friends, and any other time you choose. You will need brandy, dark creme de cacao, milk, and grated nutmeg. Learn how to mix up the Brandy Alexander by following along with this video cocktail-mixing tutorial.
Learn how to make a Brandy Alexander from American Bartending School. A great cocktail drink for parties or entertaining friends.
Mixologist Chris McMillian prepares the New Orleans brunch classic. The Brandy Milk Punch is a morning drink, the protein in the milk makes it a smooth drink. The drink can be made with either brandy or bourbon.
American Bartenders School shows you to make the Stinger cocktail from brandy and white creme de menthe. Perfect for after dinner.
Learn how to make a pisco sour mixed drink. It’s time to brush up on your Spanish, because Peru’s delicious national drink commands mucho respect.
Bridget Albert, master mixologist, shows how to shake up a delicious alcoholic drink. Follow along with the step-by-step directions in this how-to video and learn how to make a Pisco Sour. For the recipe used in this video cocktail-mixing tutorial, you will need Pisco brandy, lime, raspberries, simple syrup, egg white, and Angostura bitters. Enjoy your fresh Pisco Sour cocktail.
Learn how to make a metropolitan from skilled bartender Anthony Caporale. Spice up your cocktail with a variation of a Manhattan: the Metropolitan. Make sure you grab the brandy and not the bourbon for this martini.
In this video from ExtremeBartending, you can learn how to heat up and serve warm brandy, a classic drink, which is particularly nice to sip on a cold night. The video offers three separate ways to achieve your warm brandy, using hot water in a brandy snifter to warm the glass, and then pouring in the brandy, putting hot water in a separate glass, and then resting your brandy snifter on that, or finally, a bold method that actually involves setting the brandy on fire!
In order to make a Beautiful, with Grand Marnier and Brandy, you will need the following: 1 ounce of Grand Marnier, 1 ounce of brandy, one brandy snifter, and a lighter or a match.
A delicious twist on the traditional maraschino cherry garnish. To make these, all you need are some dried cherries, your favorite brandy and a Mason jar with lid. Let the cherries steep in the brandy for at least eight hours, though they can remain for as long as you like after that. Make delicious brandy infused cherries as garnishes.
Jason Littrell, The Randolph on Broome shows us how to make a sidecar cocktail with cognac within just 12 seconds. For this we need is three quarters of an ounce of lemon juice, one ounce of Cointreau, one ounce of cognac. Then shake it with ice, Strain and Serve in a Coupe. Do the garnishing with a Lemon. Besides this he also shows us how to make a world war one styled drinks. For this you need are the premium ingredients and the freshest lemon juice possibly found. You just need to squeeze ...
Learn how to mix a Dirty Dog cocktail from a hot girl in this instructional bartending video! Ingredients:
This video shows you how to make the Jack Rose cocktail in 12 seconds flat. It goes like this. Three-quarters of an ounce of lemon juice, three-quarters of an ounce of pomegranate syrup, and two ounces of Laird's apple brandy. Shake it over ice, strain it into a cocktail glass, and serve. The video also tells us about how the Jack Rose first appeared in Ernest Hemingway's book, The Sun Also Rises, where the narrator is sitting in the lobby of a Paris hotel sipping a Jack Rose. The popularity ...
Bridget Albert, master mixologist, shows how to shake up a delicious alcoholic drink. Follow along with the step-by-step directions in this how-to video and learn how to make a Sidecar. For the recipe used in this video cocktail-mixing tutorial, you will need sour mix, triple sec, and cognac brandy. Enjoy your fresh Sidecar cocktail.
What better way to learn how to mix a drink than from a hot girl! This bartending how-to video teaches a cocktail recipe for a CT. You will need cognac and tonic water. Follow along with this video mixology lesson and find out how to make a CT cocktail. Get your (alcoholic) drink on.
The Pisco Sour is the national drink of Peru, and also of Chile. You will need Pisco brandy, lime juice, simple syrup, and an egg white. Learn how to mix the South American classic Pisco sour cocktail by watching this video beverage-making tutorial.
You don't need to travel to Cusco, Peru to enjoy a delicious cocktail. Limes, simple syrup, Pisco brandy, and egg white make up the famous Peruvian Pisco Sour cocktail. Watch this video beverage-making tutorial and learn how to mix a Pisco Sour Peruvian cocktail at home.
Having a cocktail party and not quite sure what alcoholic beverages to serve up? Then watch this how to video to learn how to mix up an Apricot Sour. The women love this drink, you will need a little bit apricot brandy, bar mix, and seven up.
Learn to make a Tuaca lemon drop by watching this video. Use Tuaca, an Italian brandy based liquor, and little bit of sugar to make a Tuaca lemon drop shot.
This delicious mix of brandy and cream makes a rich and textured drink. Traditionally drunk at Christmas, it makes a great drink all year round. Devour our Brandy Alexander recipe. Make a Brandy Alexander.
A bartender shows how to mix a Brandy Alexander drink!
Simon Adams and VideoJug demonstrate how to make a brandy mint float cocktail -- an ideal after-dinner drink! Alternatively, relax on your terrace and watch another summer's day wind down. First, prepare the rocks glass then add the white creme de menthe and brandy. Then serve. Make a Brandy Mint Float cocktail.