1 ½ oz. (45 ml) Pinnacle Red Berry Vodka
1 ½ oz. (45 ml) Pinnacle Tropical Punch Vodka
1 ½ oz. (45 ml) Citron Vodka
1 oz. (30 ml) Triple Sec
3 oz. (90 ml) Hawaiian Punch Wild Purple Smash
Top With Sierra Mist
Base with Strawberries, add ice and Lemon Slice
Pour Triple Sec, Shake Vodkas with Hawaiian Punch Wild Purple Smash
Garnish with Raspberries,Blueberries, & Blackberries

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Third Cocktail: Connecticut Watchdog

You don’t need kickass knife skills to enjoy this drink.  It’s deceptively strong, a little bitter sweet and smooth as all get out.  You’ll want to drink it forever and wonder where it went when you’re finished with it. Connie (CT) deserves something as solid and straightforward and underrated as she is. Well I hope this drink isn’t underrated, but anyway.  It’s a throw back to the coke blak that was on the market awhile ago, coffee and cola, smooth and bittersweet with a bite, except with alcohol.    Also please do not play with knives ever, especially under the influence of tasty booze.

  • 2 oz kaluah
  • 2 oz rum
  • 8 oz coke

To make simply pour the kaluah and the rum in the bottom of your glass of ice and top with your cola of choice!

Make Pre-Bottled Cocktails That People Will Actually Want to Drink

Let’s say you’re going to a house party (or picnic, or tailgate), and you want to bring a little alcoholic something. Beer and wine are a safe, easy bet, but a bottle of your favorite handcrafted cocktail says “I tried” without trying too hard. Pre-bottled cocktails are rarely that great, so why not make your own? Making delicious, fresh-tasting pre-bottled libations is actually quite easy, you just have to know and follow a few simple rules.

You Gotta Know How to Hold ‘Em

The first thing you have to do is decide how you’re going to serve your delicious creations. If you’re hosting a party and want to keep the drinks flowing, a big pitcher works just fine. But if you want to transport them to a friend’s abode or give them out as favors, swing-top glass bottles work just fine. (You can find them at IKEA or any brew supply website.)

Besides bottles, the only other equipment you really need is a funnel and a measuring cup. Unless you want to carbonate—which we’ll cover in the last recipe—you’re all set to start mixing.

Know When to Pour ‘Em

As Michael Dietsch of Serious Eats points out, some ingredients bottle better than others. If your beverage contains fresh fruit juice, it’s best to partake on the day it was made, but if it’s mostly alcohol (which I recommend) you just need to keep it in the fridge (especially if you’re using vermouth, which oxidizes at room temperature). Cocktails containing eggs and cream are best avoided altogether, as these taste and look their best when made to order.

Know How to Mix ‘Em Up

Now the fun part. You’re going to want to stick to what Liquor.com calls “spirit-heavy classics” like Manhattans, Negronis, and martinis. In addition to your standard ingredients, you’re going to want to dilute with a little water. This dilution, which is usually accomplished by stirring everything with some ice, helps smooth out bitter or sour flavors and soften any alcoholic “bite.” (Alternatively: You can omit the water in the initial bottling and pour over ice later, but I like making them so they’re ready to consume “as is.”) Once everything is combined, chill in the fridge or cooler until you’re ready to serve.

Oh, I bet you would like some recipes.

Bottled Manhattan (via Liquor.com)

Makes six 8.5-ounce servings


  • 3.5 cups Rye whiskey
  • 14 oz Sweet vermouth
  • 12 dashes Angostura bitters
  • 12 oz Filtered water


Pour everything into a large pitcher and stir gently to combine. Funnel into your bottles of choice and close them. Chill until ready to enjoy.

Margarita/Sidecar/Sour (via Serious Eats)

Though these are three different cocktails, the ratio of liquor/triple sec/citrus is the same (3 parts spirit (tequila, cognac, whiskey) to 2 parts triple sec and 1 part citrus juice). The below will make enough for a 32-ounce batch.

  • 13 ounces liquor (tequila, cognac, rum, vodka, bourbon, etc.)
  • 8 ounces triple sec
  • 5 ounces citrus juice (lime or lemon)
  • 6 ounces bottled or filtered water


Funnel everything into a bottle and shake it up. Chill and shake again before enjoying.

Bottled Americano (via Imbibe)

If you want to show off, a carbonated cocktail is a great way to do that. It requires a little extra equipment, but I think the extra work pays off. Cracking open a cold one has never looked cooler.


  • 6 oz. Campari
  • 4 oz. sweet vermouth
  • 6 oz. filtered water


  • Large glass pitcher or jar
  • Carbonation tool (you can buy a fancy gadget like the Perlini, or you can make your own carbonation system)
  • Small funnel
  • Individual bottles (this recipe is batched for three 6-ounce bottles)
  • Crown capper
  • Bottle caps


  1. Combine all ingredients in a large glass pitcher or jar and refrigerate for at least two hours.
  2. Pour contents into your preferred vessel for carbonation and charge with the CO2.
  3. Quickly funnel the carbonated cocktail into individual bottles.
  4. Using a crown capper and bottle caps, bottle and cap the cocktails. Keep refrigerated for up to 2 months.

Now Drink ‘Em Up

Your beautiful babies are now ready for the drinking. You can give them as host/hostess gifts, serve them at a dinner party, or drink them on your couch.

Photos by Liquor.com and Star5112.

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1 oz. (30ml) Orange Vodka
¾ oz. (22ml) Blue Curacao
¾ oz. (22ml) Midori Melon Liqueur
¾ oz. (22ml) Pineapple Juice
¾ oz. (22ml) Malibu Coconut Rum
¾ oz. (22ml) Spiced Rum
½ oz. (15ml) Grenadine

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