Slim Lower Your Summer time Cocktails

 

Summer Cocktails

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7 Best Summer Cocktails 2020

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How to Make Unique Summer Cocktails at Home

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BEST RUM COCKTAILS volume 01

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10 More Easy Summer Cocktails You Can Make At Home!

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5 EASY Summer Cocktails | Perfect for Entertaining

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3 EASY Summer Cocktails

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Slim Down Your Summer Cocktails Make your own margarita mix. Just one half-cup (or 4 ounces) of store-bought margarita mix can pack on 26 grams of Sip on a mimosa spritzer. No champagne? Combine 1 ounce of orange juice and 4 ounces of. WASHINGTON — Mai Tais, margaritas and mudslides are delicious going down, but knowing just how many calories are in each cocktail can be hard to swallow. However, not every drink you mix up needs. Frosé (Frozen Rosé Wine Slushies) are made with frozen fruit and wine.

These refreshing summer cocktails come together in minutes. Besides the anti-inflammatory benefits, lemons can help your digestive system, clear up your skin, maintain your pH levels, and cleanse your body of toxins. Put lemon slices in your water bottle, or squeeze some into a cup of hot water before bed. It may not sound the most appetizing, but it’s a quick step to get your summer body back.

The high fat and fat burning ingredient CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) found in higher fat dairy will help your body slim down quicker than not drinking it. CLA is a natural fat burner that also increases your lean muscle. This study proves how effective CLA can be to reduce fat in your body.

Chill a cocktail glass, and then rub its rim with lime juice and dip it in coarse salt. Add tequila, Cointreau, lime juice, and ice together in a cocktail shaker. While beer and wine are perfectly respectable for relaxing after dinner or unwinding after, say, mowing the lawn, few things go better with a Saturday spent hanging by the backyard (inflatable) pool than a refreshing cocktail, or a batch of ice-cold summer drinks. Whether you’re looking to make a quick mixed drink for you and a loved one or a big pitcher of sangria or round of frozen drinks.

Simple, unadorned berries can help slim down a strawberry daiquiri. Start with 1 cup of no-sugar-added berries, either fresh or frozen. You get intense berry flavor for just 50 calories, compared. In an old-fashioned glass, add the sugar and bitters and muddle with a splash of water. Add a few ice cubes.

Add the rum. Stir. Squeeze lime peel (forming it. 6 Fat Burning Drinks That Will Shrink Your Waist & Melt Belly Fat. Cucumber Ginger Drink.

Mix 1 peeled and grated cucumber, the juice of 1 medium-sized lemon, 3 tablespoons of mint paste, and 1 tablespoon of grated ginger in a jug, and leave it overnight. In the morning, add 8 glasses of water to this mixture.

List of related literature:

Summer: Summer is a time for iced tea—all types—with honey and a bit of apple cider vinegar for fresh fruit salads to help with energy and keeping slim.

“The Healing Powers of Vinegar (3rd edition)” by Cal Orey
from The Healing Powers of Vinegar (3rd edition)
by Cal Orey
Kensington Books, 2008

I’ve slimmed down sangria by adding flavored seltzer (0 calories) and cutting back on fruit juice and other sweetened liquids.

“From Junk Food to Joy Food: All the Foods You Love to Eat......Only Better” by Joy Bauer
from From Junk Food to Joy Food: All the Foods You Love to Eat……Only Better
by Joy Bauer
Hay House, 2016

“It’s too simple a drink,” he said of the Tom Collins, which is featured on the bar’s compact cocktail menu not once but three times (the house standard version as well as a 23-ounce Sumo version and a cucumber variation).

“The Essential New York Times Book of Cocktails” by Steve Reddicliffe
from The Essential New York Times Book of Cocktails
by Steve Reddicliffe
Cider Mill Press, 2015

Don’t be afraid to be creative; you can dilute many combinations of juices (such as cranberry and lemonade) to 50 calories per 8 ounces (240 ml) and then add a pinch of salt.

“Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook” by Nancy Clark
from Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook
by Nancy Clark
Human Kinetics, 2019

This diet will make you slim, healthy and curvy, and I won’t make you slurp your way to a thinner you, or follow some hardcore exercise regime used by the Royal Navy.

“The 17 Day Diet” by Dr Mike Moreno
from The 17 Day Diet
by Dr Mike Moreno
Simon & Schuster UK, 2011

In a medium-size, heavy saucepan, preferably nonstick, whisk together the lemonade, lemon juice, ſ2 cup of the sugar, the egg yolks, lemon zest, and salt.

“Pie: 300 Tried-and-True Recipes for Delicious Homemade Pie” by Ken Haedrich
from Pie: 300 Tried-and-True Recipes for Delicious Homemade Pie
by Ken Haedrich
Harvard Common Press, 2011

Calorie—free drinks like coffee or tea (you can add a splash of fat—free milk and/or artificial sweetener if you’d like, but no cream or sugar), sparkling or still water, diet sodas, or zero—calorie flavored waters are all fine.

“State of Slim: Fix Your Metabolism and Drop 20 Pounds in 8 Weeks on the Colorado Diet” by James O. Hill, Holly Wyatt, Christie Aschwanden
from State of Slim: Fix Your Metabolism and Drop 20 Pounds in 8 Weeks on the Colorado Diet
by James O. Hill, Holly Wyatt, Christie Aschwanden
Rodale Books, 2013

You can mix cocktails at home for a fraction of the calories.

“The Skinnygirl Dish: Easy Recipes for Your Naturally Thin Life” by Bethenny Frankel, Eve Adamson
from The Skinnygirl Dish: Easy Recipes for Your Naturally Thin Life
by Bethenny Frankel, Eve Adamson
Atria Books, 2010

In fall: Put the berries in a blender with enough hawthorn flower tincture to cover (if you don’t have enough, you can add vodka), and blend to a mush.

“Backyard Medicine: Harvest and Make Your Own Herbal Remedies” by Julie Bruton-Seal, Matthew Seal
from Backyard Medicine: Harvest and Make Your Own Herbal Remedies
by Julie Bruton-Seal, Matthew Seal
Skyhorse, 2009

To make delicious summer drinks, begin with a base recipe of equal parts herbal tea, organic fruit juice, and water or carbonated water.

“The Herbal Kitchen: 50 Easy-to-Find Herbs and Over 250 Recipes to Bring Lasting Health to You and Your Family” by Kami McBride, Rosemary Gladstar
from The Herbal Kitchen: 50 Easy-to-Find Herbs and Over 250 Recipes to Bring Lasting Health to You and Your Family
by Kami McBride, Rosemary Gladstar
Red Wheel Weiser, 2010

Alexia Lewis RD

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  • Nikoleeee it’s a tongue twister because you are saying it wrong it’s not fresh-ca but fres-ca (like fes-tival but with an r). I think that will make it easier to say for you

  • I don’t drink but I’m looking to start!!�� Your channel came up and I love how you explain the history of the cocktail. Just subscribed today. I wish well.

  • I dont usually drink but I like to indulge in a cocktaik or two when im abroad on holiday. My favourite is a peach colada, its like a pina colada but with peach instead of pineapple, its delicious! Im also a big ‘sex on the beach’ fan.

  • Love all your videos. Just want to say, your presentation and instruction on all your cocktails is top notch. Always engaging without the talking down like many other channels do.

  • That’s interesting that you used maple instead of the traditional agave in the marg.
    Any reason, still natural sweetness right?
    (The berry one looks amazing, I’ll be trying that one first)

  • Hey Guys! If I’m squeezing a lime juice in a bottle, and keep it in the fridge, how long can I keep it to do such amazing cocktails?

  • Hello i want to make the hawain drink whit the beautifull blue colour. I don,t drink alcahol. Do you have some suggestions to replace the blue alcohol whit any thing els non alcohol blue drink? I love you,re video,s. Cant you do myby a non alcohol video? Thanks greetings from the Netherlands my name is parna Donkers

  • First cocktail was a random thing I made for my grandma
    2 shot orange juice
    1 shot apple juice
    1 shot ribena squash
    1 shot lemon juice
    Squeeze of honey
    2 shots gin
    Ice

  • Hi Leandro! I’d really like to make a Jungle Bird but it’s not that easy to get specific dark rums where I am. What might be some other recommended brands other than the Coruba that you used in this video? Thanks again for the awesome content!

  • For years I’ve worked in bars as a bartender in a very touristic place in Italy and I have never seen a Mojito been done like that, interesting…

  • My first cocktail I was 14 years old. I got in my parents liquor cabinet and poured a little bit of each liquor into a plastic water bottle so they didn’t notice anything was gone lmao. The concoction included moonshine, peppermint schnapps, whiskey, cheap vodka, Bombay and some peach liquor that had definitely gone bad. the friend I was with ended up blacking out and trying to burn his house down

  • These are really beautiful. My family loves making cocktails, but I do not drink and at the current moment my cousin is currently pregnant. So one of my other cousins made a mock-tail for our picnic this past Sunday. Great if you show some mock-tail recipes too.

  • I just watched your Harry potter Halloween treats vedio…and you had really done a great job��and you look as pretty as your recipes look����

  • I would add that if you really don’t like the bitterness of campari, consider adding a saline solution to it before you add it into the rest of your cocktail. It really tones the bitterness down and lengthens the sweetness. It’s a fun little experiment you can try on your own!

  • My family and I don’t drink alcohol but I am soooooo looking forward to trying all three of these. Virgin Margharitas coming right up.

  • I think the Cosmopolitan is an extremely under appreciated cocktail, caused by Sex and the City; I just made it for the first time with my last 1,5oz of fresh raspberry syrup and it’s a really gin forward and nicely balanced cocktail!

  • I hate it when mojitos in restaurants add sugar then use 7-up instead of soda water. Far too sweet.
    I like my mojitos with dark rum, also.

  • Umm the people saying they don’t drink…the title clearly states cocktail… watch the smoothie video if you’re not interested. Geesh!

  • What fun and yummy ideas! I noticed lots of people are asking for some alcohol free/ child friendly drinks. In my opinion both slushi drinks and the peach motito drink in this video could easily be made and enjoyed with the alcohol ommited:)

  • Could you replace the aged Cachaca in de Rio Grande Sour with 1.5 oz Cachaca and 0.5 oz aged rum to get a similar taste? I can only get one kind of cachaca and it’s the none aged one.

  • My first cocktail was the Gin and tonic
    Muddle, lime and mint together
    Add 2 oz of gin
    Half a oz if simple syrup
    Add 2 ice cubes and top off with Tonic or lemon lime soda
    And for garnish I use lime wheel
    Can be costly so I drink 1 or 2 on a occasion

  • I had REAL absynthe (how it’s spelled in Europe) while I was in Cyprus. And it’s very true that it makes you feel like you’re walking in a cartoon after you’ve had enough. For those that didn’t know this little fun fact, real authentic absynthe is outlawed in the US bc it’s made from a certain plant whose natural properties have a compound very similar to LSD (acid). Wouldn’t recommend drinking the real thing unless you’re with responsible friends.

  • So great full for the work you and Marius put into this show. It is a great show for lesser experienced bartenders but also for more advanced bartenders.
    I have been having some trouble with the jungle bird for a while as I feel like the pineapple overpowers the other flavours in the drink too much. How do you make sure that this does not happen? I just bought a goslings black seal rum for dark n stormy, that might be a shout in the jungle bird right?

  • First cocktail I made? A bit tough to remember. But one of the earliest I remember is the French 75, so sweet, light, and crisp. Perfectly simple and a great introduction to the greater world of cocktails.

  • When I was in Puerto Rico, I had a drink that was essentially a modified vieux carre. Swap the whiskey for a brown rum, simple syrup for the Benedictine, and chocolate bitters for the angostura and peychauds bitters. It was served in a glass with a chocolate covered rim, and an orange twist. I highly recommend it!

  • I’m a big rum fan and I’ve been looking for some more cocktail options to try, so thanks! If you’re so inclined, i discovered a very interesting/tasty rum cocktail while staying at the Hotel Avalon in Atlanta, GA a few years ago. They no longer offer it, but I did pry the recipe from the bartender and have duplicated it at home.

    Nearly Native
    1.5 oz aged rum (12+ year…more character the better)
    1.5 oz Cappelletti (sometimes its a challenge to find in stock)
    1/4 oz coke syrup
    1/4 oz grapefruit shrub
    1/3 oz grapefruit juice
    Shake and pour over single large ice ball or cube (reg ice cubes fine) in a similar glass you’d serve old fashions in.
    garnish with slice of grapefruit rind.
    Enjoy!

  • Hey guys i also make fun drinks on my channel as well �� one of my drinks is called
    Sour patch Hennessy i would really appreciate it if you checked out some of my videos

  • speaking of Jägermeister, what are your views on red headed sluts (such an off coloured name, needs if anything needs a new name that is one)

  • Another video that hurts to watch only because of the music sigh… I love these big videos but the music is really grating imho I know you have seen me complain about it before so I’ll try to be more constructive, it isn’t that I’m against all music just the percussion heavy nature of the track, I suggest smooth jazz or light piano.

  • Where can you find grenadine that is actually a pomegranate syrup? All I can find online or in shops is stuff that tastes and smells like artificial red berries!

  • I’ve been enjoying a lot of your videos because I’m trying to broaden my home bartending skills… Are the any specific bartending kits you’d recommend? I’ve been researching some more tools, and honestly I don’t wanna break my bank…

  • Maybe she has a mocktail video coming up give her time! If you don’t drink or too young to drink just watch the smoothie videos she has! Ppl are so irra �� but oan I’m definitely trying a few of these��

  • So we’re going to do easy cocktails with stuff everyone has lying around at home! Now reach out for a bottle of 1542 rum, rescued from a Spanish Galleon…

  • No Cuba Libre? Thats the one I make the most, just recently got into “home bartending”. My favorite drink being the rum and coke, I figured I would do it well.

  • I hit the subscribe and like as you asked, now watching, better be impressed lol Naw I know it’s gonna be great. Whiskey smash, great call.

  • Probaby the best channel on cocktails around.
    Was wondering if you could do a 5 best gin or 10 easy prohibition/long forgotten cocktails that are vegan? Keep up the great work!

  • Any Outback bartenders here? I really want to know how to make a Aussie Rum Punch, i know its bacardi, malibu, cranberry and mango, but i don’t know the portions.

  • Not for a video, but sometime you should taste a Jungle Bird with Hamilton Jamaica Black rum, if you haven’t already. You’ll love it!

  • I hate making mojitos because i know the drink would be so much better if it’s shaken, but if i do that in the bar on a saturday night the costumers look at me like i’m an alien… it’s different, of course, if i have time to tell them that the drink is better shaken

  • In what world are half of these “easy” cocktails to make at home? Any cocktail that needs a muddler and fresh herbs becomes impractical if scaled up at all. If you have one or two guests, sure, it’s fine.

    Have a house party of even just 8 drinking guests? You’ve just made your hosting duties significantly more tedious.

    Most of these, especially the ones where you need muddling and shaking as well, I would consider a “specialty” cocktail. Something you put on the home menu beside a bunch of 2 and 3 ingredient cocktails you can build in the glass, so that if a guest is willing to wait, you can put on a show for them. I definitely wouldn’t put all 10 of these on a home menu unless you hate yourself and want to spend the entire party inside the kitchen.

    They’re certainly cool cocktails and I love the attention that goes into describing the steps and making these drinks. I just think that a lot of these don’t make sense as “easy” home cocktails, unless they’re meant to be something you make for yourself and nobody else.

  • A really useful video! Thank you for doing this job!
    Anyway, I have a question, are u gonna make some video about cocktails with a limit of 21° or 25° abv?

  • My first cocktail is “Kinda” Sangria… because I just take every fruits which I had on my fridge and put it with my cheap red wine ��

  • Is it important for taste to garnish some cocktails with orange twist? I have severe allergy to anything that’s related to oranges (peel, juice, etc.), which makes it impossible to try some of the cocktails.

  • Thanks for another great video! Made the Pink Lady tonight and loved it. Would like to see some fruit whiskey smashes for the spring maybe a whiskey peach smash.

  • I’d be super interested to see you do a drink featuring Eau Claire Parlour Gin, it’s got a wonderful botanical profile that’s unlike anything I’ve ever had, and I happen to live (sort of) near the distillery. Local pride aside it’s a fantastic gin and I’m sure you could have fun with it!

  • I like the way he smiles every time he shakes the cocktails…. you can see how happy he is doing what he does! Thanks m8 cheer stay safe and keep on smiling

  • In the time it takes Steve to make five cocktails, other channels have not even finished one. Like the more action and less babbling. You just got a new subscriber