3 Insanely Good Bottled Cocktails for Your Next Tailgate

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  • jsavell posted 1 year ago

    Use colorless spirits and bottle them in 12-16 oz plastic water bottles. They are unbreakable and conform to pockets better, can be squeezed to reduce size as contents are consumed, and can pass as as ordinary water which everyone seems to carry these days.

  • Donald Burrill posted 1 year ago

    Get your bottles at stores like World Market, Target, or even one of the many dollar type stores.

  • Liquor.com posted 2 years ago

    Hi MsBunny: You should be able to find the bottles at a variety of online retailers, including The Container Store: http://www.containerstore.com/s/kitchen/food-storage/specialty/square-hermetic-glass-bottles/123d?productId=10003575 Hope you enjoy!

  • Liquor.com posted 2 years ago

    Hi tboykin: You should be able to find the bottles at a variety of online retailers, including The Container Store: http://www.containerstore.com/s/kitchen/food-storage/specialty/square-hermetic-glass-bottles/123d?productId=10003575

    Enjoy!

  • MsBunny posted 2 years ago

    I don't see a link to the swingtop bottles. Any clues? Thx

  • MsBunny posted 2 years ago

    TimBlack: Well, of course you drink it, you big crybaby! Cocktails are not about nourishment; they are about FUN. Have a little fun while you prepare for future fun! LOL

  • tboykin posted 2 years ago

    I can't wait to try..any idea where I can find the bottles.

  • charlotte.soep@gmail.com posted 2 years ago

    They all sound wonderful! Need some vodka cocktails to bottle............

  • slate59270 posted 2 years ago

    They all look great.

  • TheTimothyBlack posted 2 years ago

    You recommend not filling up the 8.5oz all the way and to just add 8oz. All these recipes are 54oz of liquid or more. A bit annoying. Just drink the rest as a bonus?


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