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quarantine cocktail recipes 4/10

Updated: Apr 9, 2020

Be the bartender for your Midnight Market: Quarantine Edition!


Listen, life may be shutting down for a while, but luckily, the liquor store isn't!


While you're enjoying Midnight Market take-out specials from your local restaurant [Click here for the list of participating take out spots] and jamming out to our live DJ streams from 8pm-Midnight, sip on a lil somethin somethin that will get the party started!


This week we're gettin' boozy:




Cranberry Cosmopolitan

This week we're drinking and coloring for this recipe thanks to the Drinking Animal Coloring Book!


INGREDIENTS

Ice Cubes

2 oz of Vodka

1 oz of orange flavored liqueur

1 oz of cranberry juice

2 teaspoons of fresh lime juice


INSTRUCTIONS

Fill a cocktail shaker with the ice and place the vodka, liqueur, cranberry juice and lime juice

Cover and shake vigorously for 30 seconds

Through a strainer, strain into a chilled cocktail glass

Enjoy





Matcha Tea Gin Sour


INGREDIENTS

2 oz. Gin

1/2 oz. Lemon Juice

1 Tbsp Honey

2 oz. Matcha Tea

1 egg white

1 cup Ice


Fill a tall collins glass or other tumbler with ice.

Fill shaker with ice.

Add gin, lemon juice, matcha tea, and egg white.

Shake for 30-45 seconds.

Strain into collins glass.





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Masker Yulia
Masker Yulia
Oct 24, 2023

The Mets have had to practically create a wooden raft rotation over the past week and a half, and yet their pitching has still performed admirably. run 3

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Clinton Brock
Jul 10, 2023

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beatricejessie173
Jul 17, 2021

Although the Mets pitching has been far from perfect, it has performed remarkably well given the fact that the Mets have essentially had to forge a wooden raft rotation over the past week-plus of games. The emergency flotation device has some leaks, to be sure, but it has stayed afloat and kept the Mets alive during a time when they have two actual starting pitchers. I said when I wrote last week meter that the Mets were relying on Marcus Stroman to have a bounce back outing this week. And he did. Although he looked shaky early, Stroman ended up settling into a groove and putting together a brilliant outing on Friday night, at one point striking out five…

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