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    any others??


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    as for the beer : Duvel or something with more then 12°

    as for coctails : safari - Passoa (add orange juice if its to strong) with lots of ice and a nice beach

    and Champagne ... its brilliant :-D

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    mmmmmmm:

    2/5 Bleu caracol
    a little gin boatsman
    a little limon juice
    a little jus d'orange
    piece of fuit ( whatever ya want )
    ice

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    Caipiroska


    Ingredients: 3 slices Lime
    3 tsp Sugar
    2 oz. Vodka

    Directions: Crush the slice of lime in a glass. Add sugar and Finlandia Vodka and fill the glass with crushed ice. From the Finlandia Web Site



    Caipirinha (Traditional)


    Ingredients: 1 Lime
    2 tsp Sugar
    2 oz Cachaca

    Directions: Cut up the lime and put into a glass. Add the sugar. Smash the lime until the juice and sugar develops a rich froth. Add the Cachaca and shake vigorously. You may vary the amounts of lime and sugar to suit your taste.

    Electric Lemonade


    Ingredients: 6 oz. Lemonade
    1 oz. Orange juice
    1 oz. Pineapple Juice
    2 oz. Triple sec
    2 oz. Vodka

    Directions: Mix in large glass, liquor first, with the lemonade in last. Add ice cubes at your own discretion. Stir. Kick back and enjoy, very smooth.


    Green Apple Martini

    Ingredients: 1 oz Apple Schnapps
    1 splash Vermouth
    1 oz Vodka

    Directions: Mix ingredients together, can be served either shaken or stirred. Dry Vermouth works better than sweet and De Kuyper's "Sour Apple Pucker" works best to give it the green apple flavor. For effect, it should be served in a martini glass with a round of green apple floating on top.

    Knickerbocker


    Ingredients: 2.0 oz. Gin
    1.0 tsp. Sweet Vermouth
    0.5 oz. Dry Vermouth

    Directions: Put gin and both types of vermouth into a mixing glass filled with ice. Shake and strain into a chilled glass.



    these are my personal favs.... have i ever said that i'm a good barman?
    Cannot comprehend this site still exists

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    Turbo Shandy

    1/2pint lager
    1/2pint smirnoff ice

    100% happiness

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    vodka and russian

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    dutch snowwhite:
    beer with 7up

    german beer drink mixture
    beer with coke

    some other mixtures

    traffic light:
    red jenever
    orange juice
    pisan ambon
    try not to mix them when you put it in the glass it should look like a traffic light

    breezer with flügel

    baileys with choco

    oh and try this one it's a classic

    baileys with coke (Wait don't drink that it's dangerous!!)

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