Orgeat, falernum and passion fruit join forces in this Mai Tai riff, but from there the cocktail goes totally off the tiki rails. Dry gin, bright lemon juice and orange bitters give the entire drink a lighter, spritzier character than your average dark rum concoction, and a topper of Miller High Life turns it into a fruity, tiki-fied Shandy. It’s the type of weird worth investigating.
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Today is National Fruit Cocktail Day! In the spirit of the day, the Momentary Tower Bar servers have developed three delicious fruit cocktails for you to make at home. Each drink incorporates either fruit or syrup from a fruit cocktail in its recipe. Try a fruit-filled sangria, a gin spritzer, or a fruit cocktail smash with a bit of bourbon and enjoy the day.
Canned fruit in jars or cans should never be frozen, whether it was processed at home or at a food manufacturing plant. Freezing makes food expand and alters its texture, which can lead to the formation of rust in cans or on jar lids as well as burst cans or break the seals on jars, which promotes the growth of harmful bacteria.
In large glass bowl, mix nectarines, peaches, cherries and pineapple. Pour sugar syrup over fruit; stir to coat. Refrigerate until chilled, at least 1 hour.
This sangria-like drink is a cobbler—a classic cocktail combining some kind of liquor or wine with sugar and fresh fruit. John Salas spikes his with a vinegar syrup called a shrub, for a tart.
Inspired by Susan Wittig Albert's book, An Unthymly Death. Her books are great. Her are reviews: This is sensational. We did not preserve it, just refrigerated in 2 pint water bottles. I added a touch of Greek Seasoning to one bottle and some tarragon to another. Holy Holy! Loved this drink, Dee. I cut the recipe way down using just one quart of tomato juice and made it to enjoy now.