Beginner’s Guide to Mixed Drinks




We’re super pumped to be teaming up with Smirnoff in celebration of the Moscow Mule anniversary! It’s not often that we bring you guys drink videos but filming …

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  1. dude you drink these horrible what did you have your next drink you should have just got an education you should have just been a horrible teacher you should do something else you should just went to the mall and buy some new Jordans cuz you know got some it where you go to the ball and you don't got no shoes

  2. Smirnoff is inferior. Try Russian Standard, or in fact any other Russian vodka, most of them have more alcohol than Smirnoff, which actually tastes watery in comparison. That's why they have to have so many of these promotional tie ins with unwittingly ignorant yanks who have no idea what's good and what isn't. Even two years later, Smirnoff promos everywhere. Meh, more of the good stuff for the rest of us.

  3. 10 seconds into the video and I decided I really hate the voice of the guy on the left. And his personality. Oh and his shirt. Yeah, he just sucks all around. But thanks for the knowledge :). I'm going to unlike the video by the way cause I don't like your voice.

  4. A gentlemans shout of gin, extra dry, cold volka, pickled onion, chop chili juice and generous double shake. One pickled onion and an olive. Spanish. The Raunchy Martini. Stirred
    A blizzard and blanket
    2 oz of coffee rum
    3 oz of heavy peppermint cream
    White whisky or voldka
    Served shaken for 20 minutes, blended and with a shot of hot cocoa espresso

  5. 1) No respectable bartender would use Smirnoff as a base vodka, just sayin'.

    2) Pouring to the rim of the shot glasses is NOT 1.5 oz. not even close.

    3) Touching ice with your barehands and putting them into the glassware is a huge no.

    4) You don't need to muddle the mint, just stirring it with the ice is enough to release its aroma and flavor. Muddling it will bruise the mint making it bitter.

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