There are so many drink out there that we haven't tried, and some we may never even get to try. However, these first couple you should be able to make at home with zero theory...


Bahama Mama (original source)
¼ ounce coffee liqueur
½ ounce dark rum
½ ounce coconut liqueur
¼ ounce 151 proof rum
juice of half a lemon
4 ounces of pineapple juice
How To:
Combine ingredients into a glass with ice and then stir. Preferred choice of garnish is a strawberry or cherry, but feel free to use whatever you want. You want to garnish with a donut? Then by Joe, you garnish with that donut!

Here is a great simple drink that many are just fond of. Here is your chance to show off your bartending abilities with one of the easiest, and highly requested, bar beverages.


The Daiquiri (original source)
2 oz White Rum
½ tsp fine sugar
½ oz Lime Juice
How To:
Combine the ingredients into a shaker with ice, and then shake well. Afterwards strain into a chilled glass.


The Inside Scoop (original source)
2 oz Jägermeister
4 oz root beer
1 spray or 1 drop orange blossom water
1 scoop vanilla ice cream
How To:
First combine the Jägermeister, root beer, and orange blossom water in a glass and then stir. Finally, top it off with the scoop of ice cream.

Now I mentioned a drink that you can't make, and this next one hits really hard. Its such a tragedy you can't make this one because its the iconic James Bond martini drink from Casino Royale, The Vesper Martini. It gets it's name from the love interest in the film, Vesper Lynd. The reason you can't make it anymore is because one of the ingredients, Kina Lillet, has been discontinued in production. Kina Lillet was a very bitter wine that lots of classic cocktails used because of its bitterness. However, more fruity flavor and sweet wines became high in demand and Kina Lillet was replaced with Lillet Blanc. Click the link next to the drink's name for the whole story and history behind Kina Lillet and the James Bond Drink.

Casino Royale

Vesper Martini  (original source)
3 parts Gordon’s Gin
1 part Vodka
½ part Kina Lillet
2-3 dashes of Cinchona liquor
How To:
Combine the gin, vodka, and Lillet into a shaker with ice and shake well. Then strain into a martini glass and garnish with a lemon peel.

All, if not most of, these drink ingredients can be found at your local liquor store. and/or local grocery store. Townsquare Media and KIXS 108 do not condone underage drinking and encourage you to drink responsibly. Have a safe and fun weekend!

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