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Stars and Stripes Forever - 4th of July Cocktails

Stars and Stripes Forever - 4th of July Cocktails

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Published by Kyle Branche
Drinks for an American Holiday
Drinks for an American Holiday

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Published by: Kyle Branche on Jul 01, 2010
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Stars and Stripes Forever 
By Kyle BrancheThis coming month we celebrate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, and a hats off to all the individuals who’ve served our country in many ways.This year the 4
th
falls on a Saturday, so let’s start the extra time off with a cocktail called
ThreeDay Weekend
. Fill a double old fashioned glass with cracked ice and pour in the following:¾ oz Jagermeister, ¾ oz malibu rum, ¾ oz cherry juice, and ¾ oz pineapple juice. Stir &garnishas you like.For those who enjoy a bit of a cream drink, try the
4
th
of July
by packin a highball with cubedor cracked ice and build the drink starting with 1oz bourbon, 1oz Kahlua, partial fill with orange juice, dash the top with cream, and add a final top lace of Galliano. Stir and enjoy.In the city of angels, we can bump up the celebration a notch by having a
Startini
– chill amartini glass and shake and strain in the following: 1 ½ oz premium vodka, ¼ oz Cointreau,¼ oz Chambord, and 1oz of lemonade. Add a slice of starfruit.If you wish to have a little sparkle with your sipper, the
Independence Day Punch
may beright up your alley. Fill a tall glass with cubed or cracked ice and build with 1oz bourbon, 3oz pineapple juice, 1oz fresh squeezed lime juice, top with club soda, and garnish with a sliceof pineapple.Those in uniform have to serve not only in this country, but are also stationed in many of theclose to seven hundred military installations the U.S has around the world. The planet isthirsty for a
Ceasefire
and it starts like this: Pack a highball with cracked ice and add ½ ozscotch, ½ oz cherry brandy, ½ oz dry vermouth, and fill with cold lemonade.Garnish with aslice of lemon and a cherry.Sometimes, friends in high places and diplomatic gatherings is what it takes for things to beresolved in a good way for everyone. To those who do their best, the
Allies Cocktail
is for you. Shake and strain 1oz gin, 1oz dry vermouth, and a ½ teaspoon of Kummel into a chilledcocktail glass.As the red, white, and blue keeps shining through, our liquid kitchens known as bars create manyflag layer sipping cordials that can be consumed as an after-dinner dessert. If you don’t wantto eat anymore, try a
Stars and Stripes
. In a pousse or cordial glass, layer in order thefollowing:¾ oz grenadine, ¾ oz heavy cream or Dekuyper Peachtree schnapps, and ¾ oz blue curacao.

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