|Gin & Vodka Cocktails|
|by David Biggs|
It's said that gin oiled the wheels of the British Empire; it boasts an aristocratic reputation and a glorious history.
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Combine all ingredients together and freeze. Stir well. Fill glass 1/2 full or frozen mixture and fill the rest of the glass with 7-Up.
Brew 1 cup ... add the now "cold" tea. Put in 2 containers. Freeze 24 hours until slushy. Fill glass 2/3 full of mix and add 7-Up. Voila', a vodka slush.
Bring 9 1/2 ... a boil. Add vodka and juices. Freeze ... days). Serve 1/2 slush with 1/2 sour ... glass with Maraschino cherry. Makes ice cream bucket full.
Dissolve 1/2 cup ... iced tea and vodka. Add to ... into containers and freeze. To serve: Into glass, put 2/3 part slush and 1/3 part ginger ale or 7-Up.
Make tea; add ... frozen orange juice and vodka. Store in freezer; stir daily until slushy. Serve packed in glass. Add 7-Up or ginger ale. Sip through straw!
Boil water and ... and cool completely. Add juices and vodka. Mix together; cover and freeze. Place 1 ice cream scoop of slush in glass. Fill with 7-Up.
Boil water and ... juice, lemonade and vodka to water/sugar mixture. ... To Serve: Spoon slush mixture into glass. ... over slush mixture and stir slightly.
Boil water and ... minutes. Cool. Add the lemonade and orange juice and vodka. Put in freezer. Makes 1 gallon. Add 1/4 cup 7-Up to each slush when serving.
2 (16 oz.) ... sugar 1 (5th) vodka Mix the ingredients ... When serving, add 7-Up. When using whole recipe (for pastry) mix with 4 large bottles of 7-Up.
Boil the above ... then cool. Add: 1 (12 oz.) can lemonade concentrate 2 c. vodka Freeze at least 24 hours. Fill glass 1/2 to 3/4 full. Add 7-Up or seltzer.
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