Need to know how to make a Jubilation Cocktail? The confusing thing about making a Jubilation Cocktail is the fact that there are multiple versions of drinks by the name of Jubilation Cocktail. So, how do you choose which Jubilation Cocktail to learn how to make. We decided to show you how to make the Jubilation Cocktail with the most alcohol added to it. Let's have it shall we? Here's a Jubilation Cocktail.
Ingredients for a Jubilation Cocktail
- 1oz Lemon Vodka
- 1oz Orange Vodka
- 1/2 oz Absinthe
- 1/2 oz Pernod
- 1/2 oz lemon juice
- What you need. For this particular brand of Jubilation Cocktail, you need a number of things. You need both lemon and orange vodkas. As always, the better brand of vodka, the better the taste. No one wants to drink a cocktail that tastes like rubbing alcohol. Do yourself a favor and get a decent brand. You also need Absinthe (yes it's legal in the States now), Pernod, and a lemon juice. If you feel so inclined, you can add lemonade or Champagne to your mix at the end. This is definitely going to be a tasty one.
- How To Mix it. Jubilation Cocktails, like any other mixture require you to do a thorough job of mixing the ingredients. Add your mixture to some crushed ice in a cocktail shaker or some similar apparatus. Shake the concoction up for twenty seconds, just to make sure it's mixed well. You also want the mix to be as blended as possible.
- Put it together. Poor your blended mix into a chilled cocktail glass. You can add the lemonade or Champagne at this point. For those of you that dig appearances, throw a piece lemon on the glass. That does it. Enjoy.
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