Cocktails – The Georgia Peach Martini


The Georgia Peach Martini
2 oz coconut rum
2 oz peach schnapps
2 oz vodka
4 oz ginger ale
Fresh peach slices

Pour all ingredients, except for the ginger ale, into a cocktail shaker filled with…what else? ICE! Shake well, strain and pour into 2 chilled martini glasses. Top with ginger ale and garnish with a sweet and juicy peach slice.

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Cocktails – Xtreme Rainbows



All layers blended with ice and liquor of choice
Green Layer: Midori Sour Mix
Blue Layer: Blue Curacao Simple Syrup Sour Mix
Yellow Layer UV Orange Orange Juice Sour Mix
Red Layer: Cherry Syrup Sour Mix
Garnish: Extreme Warhead Candy
recipe courtesy of The Tipsy Bartender

Cocktails – Butterscotch Liqueur



1 cup sugar
1 cup water
1/2 cup brandy
1 cup 100 proof vodka
1/2 teaspoon butterscotch flavored extract

Bring sugar and water to boil in a saucepan over medium-high heat stirring constantly. When the sugar water mixture turns clear, remove from heat. Cool to room temp. Add brandy, vodka, and extract. Pour the mixture into a 1 quart container and cover. Set aside for at least 30 days. Shake the bottle each day. Keep tightly closed.

Cocktails – Kahlua Liqueur


KAHLUA – Makes 1/2 gallon

2 cups boiling water
3 cups sugar
1/3 cup instant coffee
1 fifth 100 proof vodka
1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract (very important not to use imitation vanilla)

Combine boiling water with instant coffee. As soon as the coffee dissolves, add sugar. Allow to cool to room temp. Add vodka and vanilla. Pour the mixture into a big bottle (at least 1/2 gallon jug) and cover. Set aside for at least 30 days. Shake the bottle each day. Keep tightly closed.

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Cocktails – Homemade Raspberry Liqueur


  • 2 bags of frozen raspberries
  • 1 bottle of vodka (26 oz)
  • 2 cups of sugar
  • 2 large mason jars with lids
  1. Split the bottle of vodka evenly between the two mason jars.
  2. Add one bag of frozen raspberries to each jar.
  3. Add 1 cup of sugar to each jar.
  4. Put the lid on the jar and store in a cool dark place for a couple of months, giving it a shake every once in a while.
  5. Enjoy!

This beautiful liquid is like a dessert all on its own, served on the rocks, but the ways you can use it are endless…  Over ice cream, in a bellini, with champagne as a mimosa, mixed with fruit juice like a punch.  The list goes on and on…

Author: Cooks with Cocktails