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American Bartenders School shows how to make a Kool Aide mixed drink cocktail recipe
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This drink is called Kool-Aid and we are going to make it in a shooter glass. It is from the shooter or shot class vacation drinks, which I meant to be kind of drink all at once and that is sipping type cocktails or sipping type drinks.
So our recipe calls for Midori, this green liqueur right here. It is a sweet liqueur. It tastes like a honeydew melon. So, we are going to fill it up about a third. Then what we are to use is Amaretto which is an almond flavored liqueur. Amaretto had just come from Italy but if you did not have Amaretto, you could use like almond schnapps or something similar to that. And we are to float the Amaretto on top just like so. The reason why I am floating it on top is because the Midori is denser. It has got more sugar in it. And then what I am going to do is I am just going to take a little squash of our cranberry juice here and oops, oh messy bartender I do not want to make a mess and that would go on top.
So, we have a lot of interesting flavors here, we have melon, we have nuts, and then we have a little shout of cranberry juice. And there we have it, our Kool-aid. And it probably tastes just like Kool-aid. I have never tasted it but that is what people tell me. Enjoy it!