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Sake Lemon Drop


3 oz sake

1 oz lemon juice (fresh preferred)

1/4 oz orange juice (fresh preferred)

1/2 oz simple syrup

Lemon twist to garnish


Shake ingredients vigorously with ice

Strain into a chilled cocktail glass (technically optional)

Twist lemon peel over drink & drop in


Freebooter's Merriment


1 oz Captain Morgan Spiced

1 oz Coconut Malibu

1 oz Simple Syrup

3/4 oz Pineapple Juice

1/3 oz Lemon Juice

1/3 oz Lime Juice

1/4 oz Gold Rum

1/4 oz triple sec


Pour into a cocktail shaker filled halfway with ice

Shake until well frosted

Strain into a cocktail glass

A very sweet and tropical beverage. It hits with you with coconut and pineapple right away, with some citric acid tones in there. Unlike the Che Surprise however, the citric acid is not overpowering this time. There's a slight burn from the rum as well, although the spice and alcoholic taste of rum is masked by the sweeter ingredients. The pineapple taste sticks with you for a few moments after a sip, making this a nice poolside beverage. This is something you'd definitely garnish with an orange wheel and an umbrella. This is another recipe I made from scratch, but I tried my hardest to stick with traditionally Caribbean flavors and motifs!

Cobalt Velvet

Huge credit to SoulbomB for this recipe! SoulbomB's Video


1/3 oz Vodka

1/2 oz White Rum

2/3 oz Gin

1/3 oz Blue Curacao

1 oz Sweet & Sour Mix



Add all the ingredients to a shaker

Shake for 5 to 10 seconds (That's what I usually do, I'm unsure how long he does it)

Pour into a stemless wine glass

Top with Sprite

This is an interesting one! The recipe is based off a drink from a video game called VA11 HALL-A, which may or may not have played a role in me becoming interested in alcohol. It's basically a blue long island, but simplified. It tastes really good though, and it's a nice bubbly drink. It's not too strong, nor is it too sweet, but it is refreshing, and it's possibly my favorite recipe!
Again, I did not make this, SoulbomB did, so all credit goes to him! I mainly wanted to share this because it's an awesome recipe and he's incredibly talented. Please, check out his youtube channel.



Half of a lime

2 tsp sugar. Brown sugar is preferred, but not necessary

2 oz Cachaça


Cut the 1/2 lime into quarters

Put the lime wedges and 2 tsp brown sugar in a double rocks glass

Muddle the lime and brown sugar together really well

Toss 2 oz of the Cachaça in the glass, add some ice, and stir

Done, that's all there is to it

Ahhh, Brazil's national drink. You know, it's hard for me to do this one justice. I've made it a couple times now, but I'm not sure if I can 100% describe how it tastes. It's pretty dang good though. It tastes a little sweet, with a large amount of lime. There's a hint of Cachaça in there as well. Either way, this is a drink I recommend you try at least once. It's not a particularly strong beverage, alcohol wise, and it's very easy to make.

The Che Surprise


1 & 3/4 oz white rum

3/4 oz lime juice

3/4 oz lemon juice

1/2 oz pineapple juice

1/2 oz raspberry syrup

1 tsp triple sec


Pour into a cocktail shaker filled halfway with ice

Shake until well frosted

Strain into an old fashioned glass

The Che Surprise is a recipe made by yours truly. It's based off the Cuban Special. While not as famous as the daiquiri or mojito, Cuban Specials have a good place in my pallet as a relatively strong-tasting tropical beverage. However, I decided that I wanted to try something that might be sweeter but still feels like a Cuban Special, so I tossed in a few more ingredients and voila! This is a very sour cocktail with a hint of sweetness and rum. Keep that in mind, if sour is not your thing, then this won't be for you

Not gonna lie, I don't like this recipe so much anymore. It's far too unbalanced to be considered good, though it's one of my first so I'll be leaving it here for posterity reasons. If you decide to try it yourself, be aware that it's not that great!