Our man Steve Schneider was back in London, so we had to film a video about one of his very own cocktails, the Wayfarer! It's a take on a rum swizzle, but also uses Apple Brandy from his native New Jersey. This aromatic, refreshing cocktail is easy to make at home, with our without a big hammer! (This is a paid ad by Bacardi)
HOW TO MIX THIS COCKTAIL
Muddle pineapple in a shaker. Fill with ice cubes. Add Absolut Vanilia, vanilla syrup and passionfruit. Shake and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with passionfruit.
3 Parts Absolut Vanilia
1 Part Vanilla Syrup
1 Slice Pineapple
2 Halves Passionfruit
One dessert and two wines make two great pairings. One wine offers a sweet complement and the other a savory contrast. ...That delicious chocolate dessert? It's from Eleven Madison Park, a Wine Spectator Grand Award winning restaurant in NYC.
1 oz. (30ml) Blue Raspberry Vodka
1 oz. (30ml) Island Punch Pucker
1 oz. (30ml) Sweet & Sour Mix
1 oz. (30ml) Pineapple Juice
½ oz. (15ml) Simple Syrup
1. Rim a Martini glass using corn syrup and blue segar. Set aside.
2. In a glass with ice, combine sweet & sour mix, pineapple juice, and simple syrup. Shake well and strain over martini glass. Set aside.
3. In a new glass with ice, pour in blue raspberry vodka and island punch pucker. Shake well.
4. Slowly drizzle blue mix over yellow layer by pouring it onto the glass.
5. Garnish with a lemon wheel. Enjoy responsibly!
Barney's flown all over the world making cocktails, so what could be more appropriate than a classic Airmail? This combo of gold rum, honey, lime and champagne is a perfect party cocktail - and check out the sticker on the glass too! (This is a paid ad by Bacardi)
2 oz. (60ml) Tequila
1 oz. (30ml) Amaretto
1 oz. (30ml) Peach Schnapps
2 oz. (60ml) Pineapple Juice
1. In an ice filled glass combine tequila, peach schnapps, amaretto and pineapple juice. Shake to combine.
2. Fill collins glass with ice and pour mix. Add a splash of grenadine.
3. Garnish with a lime slice and cherries. Enjoy responsibly!
You've heard of the Old Fashioned, but have you heard of the GOLD Fashioned? Shev's showing us this next level twist, made with a Single Malt Whisky, Heather Honey and Orange bitters, and it's so good. And if you're thinking it's wrong to use a single malt in a cocktail, let Shev explain... (This is a paid ad by Aberfeldy Whisky)