JJ’s Top 5 Potato Vodkas

While researching for a recipe on a new drink I’ve been enjoying, I discovered I could not find an easy link to reference on Potato Vodkas. I prefer the taste and smoothness of a potato vodka over any grain, corn or grape vodka. Some even say potato vodkas are less harsh for hangovers. Could be…

Blue Ice Coconut Cocktail

My taste buds are loving this fun little beverage I’ve concocted. It’s a nice balance of sweet, tart, smooth and refreshing!… In a glass over ice pour: one shot of potato vodka one shot of coconut pineapple juice fill the rest with cranberry juice give it a stir and drink responsibly!

Amazing Tempranillo Rose’

This Tempranillo Rose’ is my new favorite wine! Don’t be fooled by it’s beautiful pink color. This is NOT a white zinfandel. It is a dry wine with a hint of fruity aromas and a light touch of tannins. It is a perfectly balanced Rose’. Easy enough to drink on it’s own or with a…

JJ’s Mojito

For me, a good Mojito starts with the rum. A You want something smooth so you won’t have to disguise cheap rum with sugar and or flavored soda. I love love love Barbancourt Rhum. I ususally use the aged eight year rum. It’s smooth and delicious and I don’t need to add tons of sugar…

Raspberry Vanilla Champagne Cocktail!

“The Tipsy Starlet” – Raspberry Vanilla Champagne Cocktails From Houston Press Food Blog We like to use a mid-priced, dry Prosseco in this delightful cocktail, but feel free to experiment yourself. Take a champagne flute and add a pony of Chambord (raspberry liqueur). Add another half pony of French Vanilla syrup (such as Monin). Top…

JJ’s Mojito

Mojito Time!!! What you’ll need… bottle of rum! (i used dark but these usually call for clear) mint leaves limes sugar club soda tear 4-6 leaves of mint into a glass. add 1 tsp of sugar and a pinch of salt. squeeze juice from 1 lime in and muddle it all together until leaves of…

JJ’s Sexy Bitch Martini

The most delicious cocktail EVER! The Goods: raspberry infused vodka limeade (or roses lime juice) ginger-ale (i tried a green tea ginger-ale shown in photo) fill a martini shaker with ice. pour 4 oz of vodka and 2 oz of limeade in and shake. strain into chilled martini glasses and top with ginger-ale. AAHHHH! Now…

JJ’s Top Shelf Mexican Martini!

Being from Austin, I’ve had my fair share of Mexican Martini’s. They are Very popular in ATX. But,  living in L.A. I find it hard to order one. Most places have never heard of this tasty little drink. If you look up a recipe for a Mexican Martini you’ll find a lot with sprite in…