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There's an infinite variety of yummy flavored liqueurs out there,
each of which can make a fine addition to your bar. Other popular
liqueurs you may want to consider adding, besides the ones listed above,
include: Chambord (raspberry liqueur), Midori (melon liqueur), Grand
Marnier (orange-flavored cognac liqueur), a good chocolate-flavored liqueur
Mozart), Peach Schnapps.
mixers + garnishes
Many of these
items will keep for a long-time when refrigerated – cocktail olives +
onions, maraschino cherries, Rose’s lime juice, grenadine – and are
cheap to boot. Fresh fruits such as lemons, oranges and limes double as
both garnishes, and sources for fresh juice (you'll want to have some
kind of a citrus juicer, of course). If you've got fresh strawberries
and bananas too, fabulous, but let's face it, these fruits go bad fast.
Keep a frozen stash on hand for impromptu frozen daiquiris and other
frou-frou drinks. It’s also good to have a variety of juice and soda
on hand, since they’ll prove indispensable as mixers and also offer
the non-alchohol imbibers a tasty beverage alternative.
fruit juices: Orange,
fizzy mixers: Tonic water, cola, ginger ale.
milk +/or half-and-half
fruit juices: pineapple,
Rose’s lime juice
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