Vodka Cocktails: The Moscow Mule
Mix vodka, lime juice and ginger beer together to create this crowd-pleasing Moscow Mule cocktail. Watch this video to master this classic recipe.the rage in Hollywood in the 1940s. All you need is vodka, lime juice , and the secret ingredient- ginger beer . A mule is actually a genre of drinks made with ginger beer which you could find at most supermarkets. You wanna start with the chilled glass. If you have a metal glass, a copper glass even better, that will keep your drink nice and chilled. Then, add your vodka, about 2 ounces, and your fresh-squeezed lime juice . Fill up your glass with ice and add you ginger beer . Then you wanna stir gently. You always wanna stir and not shake carbonated beverages, so you don't burst those bubbles. Then just
Vodka Cocktails: The Bloody Mary
Whip up this classic Bloody Mary recipe for brunch, a game-day tailgate or just a cozy Saturday in! Watch this video to master this classic recipe.it to your own taste. All you need is vodka, Worcestershire sauce, tomato juice , lemon, cayenne pepper, and some salt and pepper. You're going to start with a highball glass filled with ice and add about 2 ounces of vodka and about 4 ounces of tomato juice , a little more, and stir. Next, you're going to add a squeeze of lemon. Add a dash of cayenne pepper and some
Vodka Cocktails: The Martini
If you're looking for soemthing strong, yet chic, you've make our vodka Martini cocktail. Watch this video to master this classic recipe.not stirred. So, that's what we're going to make today. A classic vodka martini with an olive garnish. We're going to need ice, vodka, vermouth, and olives and olive juice. Start by adding some ice todry, you can use almost no vermouth at all. To make a dirty martini , you just wanna add a touch of the briny olive juice. Now, cover your shaker and start shaking. Alternatively, you can stir it, which will make a stronger drink. Shaking is purely to make it cold and to dilute it a little bit. Now, strain it into a chilled martini glass and add your garnish and that's it. And there you have it: your classic dry vodka martini with an olive garnish.