Its Fall time. Time for Pumpkin Spice, Oktoberfest and more opportunities to host parties because the weather is a tad more enjoyable than summer heat. So lets practice on some flavorful drinks to work on those Bartender Skills you've been polishing and then you're be the best host for all upcoming party events. Just note that you should always (ALWAYS) have ice on hand when you're mixing your drinks. Trust me, it helps. Also, most (if not all) the ingredients listed below can be found at your liquor store and/or grocery store. Let's Get Mixin'!

Fluffy Duck (original source #9)
Ingredients:
1 oz Advocaat
1 oz White Rum
1 oz Cream
6 oz Lemonade
How To:
In a glass, add all the ingredients except the lemonade and stir. Then top off the glass with the lemonade. Another way to do it is to swap out the cream for ice cream, but that’s up you.

Start Me Up (original source)
Ingredients:
2 oz Bulldog Gin
1 oz Apple Cider
½ oz Ginger Liqueur
1 oz Pomegranate Juice
4-5 oz Ginger Ale (At least enough to top off the glass with)
Garnish – Lemon Wedge
How To:
In a shaker with ice, combine all the ingredients except the Ginger Ale and shake well. Then strain into a tall glass with ice and top off the mixture with the ginger ale, and garnish with a lemon wedge.

Sidecar (original source)
Ingredients:
2 oz California Brandy
1 oz Cointreau
¾ oz Lemon Juice
Rimming – Sugar (fine)
Garnish – Orange Twist or Lemon Peel
How To:
Start off by rimming your glass with the sugar by spreading lemon juice over the rim and dipping it in the sugar. Then in a shaker with ice, combine the ingredients and shake well. Strain the concoction into the rimmed glass and garnish with an orange twist or a lemon peel.

Perry Mason (original source)
Ingredients:
2 oz Four Roses Bourbon
½ oz Falernum
½ Byrrh
3 dashes (3/8 tsp) Bitters
1 splash Cranberry Juice
Garnish – Lemon Peel
How To:
Combine all the ingredients into a glass and stir it up. Then strain the mixture into a glass with ice and garnish that puppy with a lemon peel. That Simple, that easy.
All, if not most, of these drink ingredients can be found at your local liquor store. Townsquare Media and KIXS 108 do not condone underage drinking and encourage you to drink responsibly. Have a safe and fun weekend!