We all know what makes a classic cocktail: the original bitters, the simple syrup, and the bourbon.
That’s why we’re all familiar with the bitters.
We all want to taste them, and we want to make our own, but we don’t have the time or resources to get to the distillery and make our way down to the oak.
But now, with a DIY kit you can make your own classic cocktail in your kitchen in just a few hours.
You’ll need:A plastic mug of gin and tonicWater, sugar, and saltWater, ice, and ice cubes1/2 cup waterYou can find gin in many stores or online, but you can also find it at liquor stores.
Use this handy list of ingredients to get the basic ingredients.
The sugar is a bit of a gamble.
You might think it’s going to taste like sugar, but it won’t.
Instead, the syrup should be a bit sweet, but not so sweet that you taste it.
You want the sugar to have some flavor and not so little that you’ll be tempted to add more.
Add enough water to cover the gin in.
(Make sure you add enough water, so you don’t make a mess of your glass.)
You’re going to want to use an old mug.
A mug that has been sitting in the fridge for years can be great, but a new mug will help to keep the gin and the tonic fresher.
A metal or plastic mug will work, too.
You could even try making a DIY version of a classic gin and tartar cocktail by using a plastic mug.
The idea is to mix up the gin with the tonics, then drink it in the mug with ice and water.
You don’t want to pour in too much sugar because it will take too long to make the bitters and you’ll make the drink too sweet.
(You’ll need to add a bit more water and a bit less sugar if you’re using a glass mug.)
You’ll want to keep a close eye on your water levels to make sure you don-t get too hot or too cold.
This will help you avoid getting too much carbon dioxide into the cocktail.
Next, add a couple of shots of bourbon to the mix.
This bourbon is the secret to making the cocktail taste better.
Bourbon has a mild flavor and is easy to add.
You can buy it in stores and online.
If you’re buying it in bulk, make sure to get a good price.
Bourbon is a great ingredient to mix with sugar, too, and you can add that as well.
(If you’re going the old fashioned route, use an orange, lemon, or grapefruit juice.)
The bitters, in turn, will add the bourbon to your drink.
(Use either fresh lime or lemon juice to give the bitters a splash of flavor.)
You’ll want the water to be very clear and clear.
If it’s cloudy, it’s too watery.
If the water is too clear, the cocktail will taste too sweet and will be a waste of time.
You should also add ice cubes if you use a glass.
If your glass is too small, you’ll need a little extra ice to give it a little depth.
You may want to add salt, too—just a pinch or two.
If using a bottle, you can use the glass as the base.
(But it’s a good idea to keep your glass as clean as possible.)
If you want to put something else into the mix, use the vodka.
If nothing else comes out, it’ll make a great base for the bitters or tonics.
Just add water as necessary.
You want to mix everything together well before serving.
Add a splash or two of water if the cocktail seems too thick or too thickly.
The gin and water will be mixed together.
Make sure you do this after you pour the drink into the mug.
(I usually do it right before serving, so I don’t over-mix.)
Next, let’s make the whiskey.
The recipe I’ve used works well for a classic.
You just need to know what you’re doing.
(In this recipe, you only add water to the bourbon.)
You don,t need to buy a lot of whiskey.
I recommend adding a bottle of Whiskey Maker’s Reserve to the mixture if you can afford to buy it.
If not, you may want a cheaper bottle.
Whiskey is easy enough to make, but make sure it’s good quality.
A good quality whiskey will last longer than cheap whiskey.
You also want to drink the whiskey slowly, so it won “give” more time to the spirit.
You’ll have to decide what kind of whiskey to use.
You won’t need to use whiskey from the distilleries, but if you do, you will need to make a cocktail.
(This is a good time to make your list of the distillers.)
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