Easy Drink Recipes to Make at Home

Tag: Lime Juice

Daiquiri Cocktail Recipe – The Original Cuban Treat

Daiquiri Cocktail Recipe – The Original Cuban Treat

Although Rum wasn’t always a popular drink here in the United States, the Daiquiri is an awesome cocktail that is beautiful in its simplicity. The drink is believed to have originated in Cuba in the late 1800s. It is named after a beach and iron […]

Original Margarita the Right Way

Original Margarita the Right Way

The Margarita is a popular drink, but damn it has some really messed up recipes. People load it up with Sour Mix and over power it with too much mixers. This drink originally was an awesome cocktail, but many have forgotten the original way to […]

Gin Gimlet – A Classic British Navy Drink Recipe

Gin Gimlet – A Classic British Navy Drink Recipe

So back in the 1800s in the United Kingdom Gin was king. And British seaman used their Gin rations frequently by mixing Roses lime juice with it. In fact it was almost encouraged because lime juice is a well known remedy for Scurvy. So this […]

The Kamikaze aka Bullfrog Mixed Drink

The Kamikaze aka Bullfrog Mixed Drink

This one is a freaking classic. A true fan favorite for my wife, I used to always use Roses in it, but this time I opted for fresh lime juice instead. The resulting drink was a smooth and awesome one. So why not gather what […]

YouTube Red Coronarita Drink Recipe

YouTube Red Coronarita Drink Recipe

So this awesome drink recipe is a custom from me baby. I made this one up because YouTube just recently launched Red and I figured maybe it’s time to celebrate with a variation of my most popular cocktail recipe by far: the Coronarita Cocktail. So […]

The Coronarita – The Cocktail Recipe that combines a Corona and a Margarita

The Coronarita – The Cocktail Recipe that combines a Corona and a Margarita

So one day there was a guy in a bar carrying a Margarita and he stumbles into a dude with a Corona. The first guy says ‘Hey, you got Corona in my Margarita!’ and the second guy returned with ‘Oh yeah? Well you got Margarita […]