Cocktail Recipes for Breakfast, Brunch, or Anytime



Here are a few easy cocktail recipes for breakfast bar drinks or anytime you feel like a nice libation. Coldbrew coffee can make a great mixer for a morning pick-me-up, but if you’re not a coffee person, then root beer will do in a pinch. Check out the video for quick and easy cocktail ideas, and visit our website to print all recipes and for tips on making coldbrew coffee at home.

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MIMOSA: equal parts chilled
Champagne and orange juice

SCREWDRIVER: 1-2oz vodka to
5oz orange juice

GREYHOUND: 1-2oz vodka to
5oz grapefruit juice

BLOODY MARY: 2oz vodka, 4oz
tomato juice, lemon juice, and
then just a little bit of everything
else in your refrigerator

SHOT OF JAMESON:
shot of Jameson

COLDBREW COFFEE COCKTAIL

6oz coldbrew
1oz vodka
1oz Irish cream

–also add a splash
of half ‘n half if
you like

Rootbeer Float COCKTAIL

4-5oz Rootbeer
1oz vodka
1oz Irish cream

–also add a splash
of half ‘n half if
you like

Coldbrew Coffee Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc_kKLIjKwM

What You Need To Make Cold Brew Coffee
COFFEE …Buy whole beans and grind them at home, fresh-ground coffee makes all the difference.
WATER …We use cold tap water, ’cause we’re savages (I mean eco-friendly / cheap)
TIME …This is the hardest part, allow at least 12-24 hours. My wife prefers 36 hours …it’s pretty subjective.

How to Make Cold Brew Coffee for the Best Iced Coffee
Use your favorite coffee beans. Shop around. Experiment. The beans make all the difference.
Buy whole beans and grind them fresh at home.
Grind the beans coarsley.
Place the ground beans in a sealable pitcher or jar and add water.
We like a ratio of 1½ cups whole beans to 4 cups water, but experiment and adjust to your taste…nothing is more subjective than a cup of coffee.
Stir.
Seal the container and place in the refrigerator for 12 to 24 hours (or more, if you like).
When the time is up, simply strain the mixture through a coffee filter and it’s ready to drink.
Make multiple batches of cold brew coffee at one time, then you won’t have to wait.
Make extra batches of cold brew for coffee ice cubes: just pour coffee into an ice tray and freeze it…coffee ice cubes
are fantastic for iced-coffee …it’ll keep the coffee chill without diluting the flavor.

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–Chef Buck

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