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My wedding cocktails

My wedding cocktails

I'm back, and I'm married! You know it wouldn't be a Cocktail Chemistry wedding without some legit drinks, so in this video I show you the 3 cocktails I designed for my reception. 


  1. Cocktail set (includes Boston shaker, jigger, bar spoon, hawthorne strainer, fine mesh strainer, julep strainer, muddler, cocktail picks)
  2. Mixing glass
  3. Collins glasses
  4. Rocks glasses
  5. Nick & Nora glasses
  6. Blender
  7. Angled measuring jigger 

Her cocktail: Masala Paloma

My wife's genetic love for spices unites with her favorite summer cocktail
  • 2oz (60ml) of blanco tequila
  • .5oz (15ml) of fresh lime juice 
  • 5oz (15cl) of grapefruit soda 
  • 1 dash of firewater tincture 
  1. Add ice to a collins glass
  2. Pour in lime juice and tequila
  3. Top with grapefruit soda
  4. Dash of firewater tincture
  5. Stir and serve with a straw

His cocktail: Coast-to-coast

Nick’s Seattle and New York roots inspired this coffee-infused Manhattan 
  • 2oz (60ml) rye whiskey
  • .5oz (15ml) sweet vermouth
  • .5oz (15ml) coffee liqueur
  • 1 dash chocolate bitters
  • 1 dash orange bitters
  1. Add all ingredients to a mixing glass with ice
  2. Stir for about 45 seconds
  3. Strain into a Nick & Nora glass

Their cocktail: Piña Verde

A delicious twist on a piña colada, because Hawaii
  • 1.5oz (45ml) Green Chartreuse
  • .5oz (15ml) fresh pineapple juice 
  • .5oz (15ml) cream of coconut
  • 1oz (30ml) fresh lime juice
  1. Add all ingredients to a shaker tin with ice
  2. Shake for 15 seconds
  3. Strain into a rocks glass over crushed ice
  4. Garnish with a few pineapple leaves

Inspired by the Piña Verde at Polite Provisions

The "Old Smashioned"

The "Old Smashioned"