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"One of my favorites! If you like gin (like me), try that instead. I only use a half-ounce of grenadine. Ginger ale is a good substitute for the lemon-lime soda, too. Refreshing! Be careful! These naughty little devils will sneak up on you!"
"Okay, I'm revising my review and adding a rating. I hated it the first time, but I made it with diet tonic water. It was my first taste of tonic, and I nearly wrote it off forever! Yuck! However, I tried it again with regular tonic water and found it to be very good, indeed! I enjoy it with a slice of lemon, but I also tried it with a splash ..."
"My family calls these gooey "bars" because they're definitely more of a bar or brownie than a cake. I made these with Pillsbury Devils Food cake mix, which I would not recommend. They turned out dry and crumbly. These are like rich brownies with a chocolate cream cheese frosting that bakes right on top. The kids really like them. The bottom l..."
"I didn't have cachaca, so I decided to try a caipiroska. I'm glad I did! I used 50 mL of citrus vodka, the juice of one lime, and a tablespoon of brown sugar. Fantastic!"
"Pretty good. Definitely a snap to throw together. I tossed all of the ingredients into a small crockpot. I added a small can of diced green chilies. It seemed pretty salty, but it may be because I used a larger can of chili (it's what I had on hand). I served it with tortilla chips, but I think Fritos would have been even better! I might make this..."
"One of my favorites! The simple syrup eliminates the problem of gritty sugar in the bottom of the glass. Still, I sometimes muddle my lime and mint with turbinado sugar instead. I don't always have fresh mint on hand, so I make a mint syrup by simmering 1 part water and 1 part sugar with mint leaves. Cover and refrigerate overnight and strain ..."
"Very good! I used citrus vodka. I doubled the amount of vodka and used only one tablespoon of brown sugar. I did use the entire lime, though. I love lime, so this is a great drink for me. The citrus flavors keep the alcohol from tasting too strong."
"Gin, club soda, limeade... what's not to love? This is an easy way to prepare a nice, refreshing cocktail! I'll drink this by the pool in summer, and while I'm dreaming of the poolside in winter! It's almost too easy!"
"This classy drink is one of my favorites. Don't forget to garnish with lime! I rub half a lime wheel around the rim, squeeze it into the drink, and drop it in. Enjoy!"
"This is my kind of cocktail! I prefer gin over vodka, though. I like a 1:1 ratio of juice to liquir, so this is great. What's even better is that this is double the amount of that I usually make! I typically use a jigger of juice and a jigger of gin. Add a teaspoon of powdered sugar or simple syrup as needed. You'll be surprised at how the citrus ..."