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Knockout Cocktails

Posted by Mary Small on August 26, 2017

In Cocktail Recipes, Spirits

The price of the upcoming bout is a bit of a stretch at $100, so fight night parties will presumably pop up. Knock your guests out (metaphorically, please) with some striking twists on a few classic cocktails. Because whether you are hailing the world champion or upholding the underdog, we can all agree the big fight calls for a decent drink. Take a side, then take a sip.

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The Nutty Irishman

3/4 oz Michaels Irish Cream Liqueur
3/4 oz Frangelico Liqueur
1 cup Iced Coffee

Add iced-coffee and Frangelico into a tall glass with ice.
Float Michaels Irish Cream over top.

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Notorious CHAMPagne

4 oz Haton Brut Champagne
2 oz Guinness, chilled

Pour the Champagne into a flute. Top with Guinness.

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Money Mule

2 oz St. Augustine Florida Cane Vodka
2 1/2 oz Ginger Syrup
1/2 oz Lime Juice
Haton Brut Champagne
Fresh Mint

Build vodka, ginger syrup and lime in a copper mug.
Top with Champagne and garnish with fresh mint.

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One-Two Rum Punch

1 oz Rum Haven Coconut Rum
1 oz Palms Pineapple Rum
2 oz Pineapple Juice
Coco Libre Sparkling Coconut Water

Combine Rum Haven Coconut Water Rum, Palms Pineapple Rum and pineapple juice in a glass with ice. Top with Coco Libre Sparkling Coconut Water and
garnish with a pineapple wedge.

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Pretty Boy Paloma

2 oz Tierra Fertil Blanco
1 Blood Orange
3 oz Fresh Lime Juice
San Pellegrino Blood Orange Sparkling Water
Salt to rim glass

Rim a tall glass with salt and set aside. In a shaker with ice, combine the juice of half of the blood orange with the tequila and lime juice. Shake then poor in the tall glass over ice. Top it off with San Pellegrino Blood Orange.

My prediction? I'll be sipping a
Notorious CHAMPagne
as Mayweather goes down in the fourth.
What's yours?

Mary Small, Digital Marketing Coordinator & Champion Cocktail Creator (at least in the office)