cocktail shaker


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a shaker for mixing cocktails

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METHOD Put the Chambord and Cassis in a cocktail shaker with a handful of ice cubes and shake well.
Put the vodka, limoncello and pomegranate juice in a cocktail shaker and add a handful of ice cubes.
com) WITH a backrest and different colours and leg types to choose from (we like the copper leg option), this trendy bar stool channels comfort and style, and could be tailored to match your cocktail shaker or stemware.
5 shot of cocktail olive brine, and 1/8 shot of extra-dry Vermouth with ice in cocktail shaker.
pomegranate liqueur over ice in a cocktail shaker or large glass.
Pick your poison from Deadly Nightshade, Zombie, the Corpse Reviver Number Two and Blood and Sand, and if you feel you are up to it why not get the cocktail shaker out at home and make them for your own Hallowe'en party.
The concept of the container as a cocktail shaker was a clever idea, but the packaging is rather dull - it needs to be brighter and have bolder writing to catch the consumer's eye.
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For the gin martini variation (you don't want to dilute it as much, to avoid losing the natural flavors in the gin, or get it as cold or bruised), stir the same ingredients (gin in place of vodka) with ice in a cocktail shaker, then strain into a martini glass.
For the martini lover, create a Mad about Martinis Collection that includes martini glasses, a cocktail shaker, cocktail picks, and some cocktail napkins.
Upon arrival, you receive an etiquette book, travel kit, and cocktail shaker.
A competition to guess the main ingredient of the cocktail was won by Steve Oades of GVA Grimley who won a cocktail shaker, presented to him by Tim Andrew of Hollywood Signs.
To serve, in a cocktail shaker, combine the chilled lime juice, tequila, orange liqueur, and ice and shake well to combine.
Taking their place within a broader visual culture ("Art is witness to its time," Haskell explained when questioned about her modus operandi), the paintings appear alongside commercial photographs by Charles Sheeler and Paul Outerbridge, a cocktail shaker by Norman Bell Geddes, and an ensemble of furniture by David Deskey (who designed the interior of Radio City Music Hall in 1930).