As we all know, it's the bartender that really makes the difference when you order a drink. No two bartenders pour the same drink, they have their own personal style and we wouldn't ask for their secrets. Here at Tip Your Bartender we try to give you an accurate recipe for the drinks we sample but recipe’s do vary from bar and bartender.

The beautiful and skilled bartender Michelle, from Antonio's Nut House, made us a few summertime sizzlers for us to enjoy on a warm day. Ruby and red these drinks deliver a dose of danger without loosing your life. Go A's!

The simple Shark Bite recipe yields an invigorating beverage that is perfect for any day. This shooter actually has no sharp bite but a smooth fruity flavor that resembles the site of bloody flesh in pool of water. The Malibu attributes the coconut sun tan lotion, something like a pleasant day at the beach. The Southern Comfort adds just a hint of jeopardy, a small surprise. This isn't my favorite shooter but it's not my least favorite either, a thrilling experience.

 

Ingredients:

2 parts Southern Comfort
2 parts Cranberry juice or a fruit mixture
1/2 part Lime juice
Mixing instructions:

Mix together the Southern Comfort and the Cranberry Juice and stir. then add the Lime Juice (be careful not to get too much lime). Serve cold! You can substitute lemon juice for the lime juice if needed.

The Serial Killer is another fruity beverage that should be enjoyed in the heat of the night in a dim lit bar in the heart of the city, an open invitation to a grim ending. The bloody looking concoction is strong and vicious, a fuzzy Adios Mother Fucker or an heavy alcoholic Capri Sun. It is a little sweet, not like your average murder, but filled with fierce fear that could leave you paralyzed and screaming for mercy. Overdue it and you'll be hung for sure.

Ingredients:

1 oz Malibu rum
1 oz Spiced rum (Captain Morgan's)
1 oz Light rum
2 1/2 oz Orange juice
2 1/2 oz Pineapple juice
3/4 oz Grenadine

Mixing instructions:
Mix liquor, juice, and grenadine. Shake well. Strain into ice filled highball glass.

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