Oscar Sips for the 89th Academy Awards: Tasty Recipes for Everyone! (via 2014 Post)

This post is a reblog from 2014 and you can see it here

CÎROC Coco Light Martini has less than 130 calories! It’s a tasty and interesting concoction of flavors please your palete and you stay within a reasonable calorie count.

*CÎROC Coco Light Martini*

The CÎROC Coco Light Martini is a refreshing calorie conscious cocktail made with fresh Coconut Water, Pineapple and Lime juices.
This martini has less than 130 calories, a low cal Vodka drink for those wanting to stay slim on Oscar night!

Coco Light Martini (127 Cal)

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1.5 oz CÎROC Coconut (94 cal)

1.5 oz Unsweetened Coconut Water (8c cal)

1 oz Pineapple Juice (17 cal)

.25 oz Fresh Lime Juice (4 cal)

Method:
Combine all ingredients in martini shaker with ice
Shake and strain into coupe glass
Garnish with lemon twist

THE CIROC POM-TINI

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1.5oz CIROC Vodka

1oz Pomegranate Juice

.5oz Lime Juice

Method
Combine all ingredients in a martini shaker with ice.

Shake and strain into martini glass.

Glass: Martini

Baileys Glamour Shot 86th Oscars ® Governors Ball Official Specialty Cocktail

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1 oz Baileys Vanilla Cinnamon

.5 oz Goldschläger Cinnamon Schnapps

Edible Gold Flakes for Garnish

Method:
Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker filled with ice.
Shake well and strain into a chilled shot glass rimmed with edible gold flakes.

The Lady and The Gentleman

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1 oz Baileys Vanilla Cinnamon

.5 oz Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve

Orange Twist for Garnish

Method :
Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker filled with ice.
Shake well and strain into a chilled shot glass.
Garnish with an orange twist

Johnnie Walker Blood and Sand 86th Oscars ® Governors Ball Official Specialty Cocktail

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.75 oz Johnnie Walker Black Label

.75 oz Sweet Vermouth

.75 oz Orange Juice

.75 oz Cherry Liqueur

Orange Peel Garnish

Making the cocktail:
Pour the ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice.
Shake well and strain into a chilled coup glass.
Garnish with an orange peel

And for those who want some fizz to lighten the mood, try this recipe. It’s a classic that you can tweak to make it your own.
Champagne Cocktail

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Ingredients:

Raspberries – a box or two will suffice. Fresh is better than frozen!

Champagne Taittinger Brut La Française NV

Directions:
1) Place 1-3 raspberries or half-sliced strawberries in the glass prior to pouring.
2) Open your favorite bottle of Champagne (we chose Champagne Taittinger Brut La Française NV) and enjoy!

What’s not to love about the options available to you? You could switch out the raspberries and substitute blackberries or strawberries, maybe even some kiwi and pineapple. Also don’t forget that there are liqueurs with the fruit flavor that you can use as a float on top too.

Enjoy!!

Stevie Wilson,
LA-Story.com

 

 

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