Tiki Cocktail: Zombie (1934)

Tiki Cocktail: Zombie (1934)

Legend has it that Beach made the very first Zombie Cocktail for a hung over customer who needed to get through a long business meeting. So the first one was used as a Corpse Reviver style cocktail (HA!). The cocktail Beach made contained so much alcohol, disguised by fruit juice that the customer complained that…

Mai Tai – How to Make the Classic Tiki Drink & the History Behind It

Mai Tai – How to Make the Classic Tiki Drink & the History Behind It

Here’s how to make the classic, 1944 Trader Vic’s Mai Tai. The combination of Aged Jamaican Rum, Orange Curaçao, Orgeat, Rich Simple Syrup, Lime Juice and Mint for garnish was not the first Tiki Cocktail, but it is certainly the most popular Tiki Drink. And one that was designed to showcase a good rum. The…

How To Make A ZOMBIE (Simplified Recipe) Cocktail / Mixed Drink ✪ RECIPE INCLUDED ✪ DJs BrewTube

How To Make A ZOMBIE (Simplified Recipe) Cocktail / Mixed Drink ✪ RECIPE INCLUDED ✪ DJs BrewTube

To Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=djsbrewtube Facebook Link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/DJsBrewTube/400128746681213 Twitter Link: http://twitter.com/djsbrewtube Aloha BrewTube: That’s right, its mixed drink time again. Once again I’m making another easy drinking libation for the Mrs. This time I prepare for her A ZOMBIE (Simplified Recipe) Cocktail / Mixed Drink to enjoy. This drink has a few more ingredients then some but…

The Founders of Classic Cocktails – Course 2 Lesson 06

The Founders of Classic Cocktails – Course 2 Lesson 06

In my mind, classic cocktails are defined as any cocktails invented 50+ years ago but is still being ordered today. A modern classic cocktail is 20+ years old and still being ordered today. Home Bartender Starter Kit: http://bit.ly/2DTOJcN Learn more at http://learn.awesomedrinks.com Vintage Cocktail Books: https://euvs-vintage-cocktail-books.cld.bz/ To understand classic cocktails is to understand cocktail creation.…

?? How To Make The Zombie (1934 classic edition) / Tiki Drink Month

?? How To Make The Zombie (1934 classic edition) / Tiki Drink Month

Today we’re going to show you How To Make The Zombie tiki drink dated circa 1934. This is a potent signature cocktail by Don The Beachcomber. The Zombie: http://recipe.awesomedrinks.com/recipe/zombie-1934/ Jeff Berry REMIXED: http://amzn.to/2oxtybm Hamilton Beach 730C Classic DrinkMaster Drink Mixer: https://amzn.to/2IL6ZYw Our Store: http://awesomedrinks.com The zombie is by and far the most ambitious cocktail design…

Fog Cutter Gin Tiki Cocktail Recipe

Fog Cutter Gin Tiki Cocktail Recipe

How to make a Fog Cutter Check out the full recipe: http://blog.cocktailkit.com.au/fog-cutter-cocktail-recipe/ Trader Vic first put this drink together decades ago. An interesting concoction of white rum, cognac, gin & sherry is sweetened with orgeat (almond syrup) and citrus. INGREDIENTS – 45mL White Rum – 30mL Cognac VSOP – 15mL Gin – 15mL Orgeat -…

Navy Grog – How to Make the Classic Rum & Honey Tiki Cocktail

Navy Grog – How to Make the Classic Rum & Honey Tiki Cocktail

Here’s how to make the classic Tiki drink the Navy Grog, which is made with Light Cuban-Style Rum, Dark Jamaican Rum, Demerara Rum, (or in this case, a Navy Strength combination of the two), Lime Juice, Grapefruit Juice, Honey Syrup, Soda Water and an Ice Cone for garnish. This is the 1941 Don the Beachcomber…

How to Drink: Navy Grog

How to Drink: Navy Grog

The three rum Tiki Magic you need to add to your party plans! A fantastic glass of liquid air conditioning with a unique and interesting history. ********************************** Beachbum Berry Ice Cone Mold: https://amzn.to/2wnrvd0 Smuggler’s Cove Book: https://amzn.to/2PB3jMW This recipe is a classic tiki staple, served both at Trader Vic’s and at Don the Beachcomber’s. Though…

Doctor Funk – How to Make the Only Classic Tiki Cocktail with a Polynesian Origin

Doctor Funk – How to Make the Only Classic Tiki Cocktail with a Polynesian Origin

Here’s how to make the Tiki drink, Dr. Funk, which is made with Jamaican Pot Still Black Rum, Absinthe, Lemon Juice, Lime Juice, Grenadine, Rich Simple Syrup, Soda Water and, optionally, Mint for garnish. This is Smuggler’s Cover version (more or less), but it is the only Tiki cocktail that was actually imported from Polynesia.…

TIKI WEEK: Navy Grog Cocktail Recipe by Don The Beachcomber

TIKI WEEK: Navy Grog Cocktail Recipe by Don The Beachcomber

How to make a Navy Grog Check out the full recipe: http://blog.cocktailkit.com.au/navy-grog-tiki-cocktail-recipe/ The Navy Grog began as a means for British sailors to enhance and preserve the water they stored on ship and get vitamins to fight diseases. This grog dates to the mid 1700’s and was typically a mix of rum, water, honey or…