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5 High-Calorie Cocktails To Avoid

While you go on your stint of visiting your favorite bar or pub nearby, you go through the drinks menu wondering what to order. While some cocktails are tempting, you need to watch out for the below names as they are filled with calories. These may not be good for your waistline. Here are five cocktails to avoid.

  1. Eggnog: If it is the holiday season, then this is one of the most popular cocktails, even though you would want to have a few times, refrain from ordering more. This cocktail has sugar, egg yolk, heavy cream, and milk amounting up to 400 calories and finishes it off with spiced rum or Mcdowell's no 1 rum.

  2. Long Island tea: This cocktail is a mix of vodka, tequila, light rum, gin with coca cola. It is known to go down easy and cause one of the worst hangovers. If this doesn't keep you away from ordering then this would- this cocktail has all the sugar from alcohol and soda, it is also served in an oversized glass which makes it even more calorific.

  3. Mudslide: This is not just a cocktail, but an adult desert and a milkshake. This cocktail has vodka, Kahlua, Bailey, and cream, which makes a whopping 800 calories.

  4. White Russian: Made up of vodka, Kahlua and heavy cream this cocktail is sure a winner with your taste buds, but not with your health. It initially will have 500 calories. You can also make it with low calorie using low-fat milk and cream, which will be much less tasty.

  5. Mai Tai: This thick and creamy cocktail is the ideal beverage when it comes to vacations, but do not get carried over as there are added calories sugary syrup and juice which is quite heavy on your waistline.

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5 Tips To Drink The Hemingway!

Ernest Hemingway was America’s famous novelist and a Nobel prize winner. He was also passionate about his booze. Here are 5 points from the great writer which can make your date with your favorite alcohol memorable. Next time when you are at a pub nearby and sipping on some Johnny Walker or Antiquity blue remember these.

  1. The world is best known for its local alcohol, yes! If you want to know what a country’s real culture is then visit its local bars and interact with the crowd. There are also a few local delicacies which are famous for that place, for example, Absinthe in Paris, Rum in Cuba, and Schnapps in Germany.

  2. Be it a cozy home bar or a pub nearby always have a stock of quality whiskey, as it is the best drink to sip and have a good drink with friends; also many classic cocktails have this as their base spirit.

  3. You should never drink and work a says, Hemingway because tasting alcohol is best when relaxed and in the company of friends.

  4. Always know your cocktail, even though you are a regular at a bar or the bartender is your friend, it is always advised to know your cocktail.

  5. One must always drink alcohol when it's cold. He even describes a method of using tennis ball cans to make dense ice cubes to be used in Martinis.

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Shots are considered to be the most enjoyable and fun loving drink to order at pub as they go down quickly. All shots are different and surely some of them are tasty too. Here are some of the shots you can definitely try at your next party.

  1. Alabama Slammer

If you like fruit punch this is the best choice of shots, basically a mixture of sloe gin, amaretto liquor and sour mix. As it goes down slowly, you can order for your friends and cousins. Remember, this is the strongest shot as it has no fillers.

      2. Red-Headed Slut

Another classy shot made of cranberry juice, peach schnapps and Jagermeister. It has sweet taste and remember to keep a straight face while you order it!

      3. Kamikaze

This is the blend of vodka, orange liquor and lime juice. It is too refreshing while dangerous too! They are sneaky little critters as they go down slowly but are quite loaded. 

     4. White Gummy Bear

One more sweet shot made up from cherry vodka, peach schnapps, pineapple juice and Sprite. This is what you can have when you desire alcohol and dessert together.

    5. Irish Car Bomb

We all love to party with friends and that too when it comes to the competition where the Bailey’s Irish Cream and Irish Whiskey into one glass and drink as fast as you can. 

   6. Prairie Oyster

The only breakfast shot for hangovers. The only shot relieves your headache at 9am in the morning.

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As we grow up we tend to feel that we want to experience each and everything in life such as partying with friends, sneaking out of the house, or visiting a bar with buddies just to chill. But the only thing triggers us while thinking to go bar and try drinks for the first time is which drink to order and which drink is safe to have.

So, here are some of the drinks you can order which are actually safe to have at your first time out.

1. The best option for first time out is to have Beer. (Preferable Crown Royal)

2. Vodka Sprite 

Simply vodka and sprite for people having desire to have vodka.

3. Vodka Cranberry

A classic and cheapest drink to easily buy and a perfect blend of vodka and cranberry juice.

4. Rum and Coke

Preferable for boys to chill at their first timeout.

5. Dirty Shirley

It’s basically Sprite, Grenadine and Tequila. You can take vodka instead of tequila that too on the rocks.

6. Gin and Tonic

Also called gentleman’s classic. Pro tip: add lime and you are good to go.

7. Tequila Sunrise

Tequila, grenadine and some chilled orange juice to boost you up.

8. Lemon Drop

Another classic with vodka, just add lemonade. Enjoy the shots.

So, don’t delay your parties or first hangouts. Just be confident and order the above drinks and you are good to go! Cheers!!!

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Every time when we visit a restaurant, we usually tip after we complete meal and pay our bill. But at a bar, we often tip throughout the night. The good tippers always get special service from the bartender. This will make bartender sure about that you’re having a good time at the bar.

So, here are some reasons and tips of how to tip your bartender.

  1. Tip big on the first round

Depending upon the bar, leave 50-100% to make a good impression. Don’t make a big deal about leaving a good tip. Even if you don’t leave large tip on first round, leave something at least.

  1. Tip according to your drink

In case of beer or wine tip between $1-2, in case you order cocktail tip between $2-3, depending upon how much your bartender spends his energy in making drink for you.

  1. Leave a tip for every drink

If paying in cash, leave tip for every drink i.e. $1 a drink, or $2 for nicer bars. If paying with card, 20% of your tab at the end of the night.

  1. Don’t bargain with your bartender

Don’t try to ask bartender free drinks in exchange of tips. This will definitely leave bad impression. 

So, now let’s see why to tip your bartender.

  1. If you tip your bartender in a proper way they will make sure that you’re having good time at the bar.

  2. He’ll make sure that the next time you visit you don’t have to wait much.

  3. If the bar is overcrowded, he’ll make sure you don’t have to stand in queue for your drinks.

  4. He’ll always address you with your name and will always greet you at every visit.

  5. He’ll great you with offers or complimentary drinks at every visit.

So, next time tip your bartender in a proper way and make them happy. Cheers!

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We all know wine and cheese are always considered to be perfect when you are sitting with your friends gossiping at Friday night. Instead try pizza and beer nights, trust me you’re going to love it. You still get goodness of cheese with euphoria of beer pairings.

Certain pizzas and beers were always meant for each other. These are some of suggested pizza and beer pairings that you should definitely try out.

Margherita and Pale Ale

If you’re one of those who love margherita above others then this pair is perfect for you. The ale’s malt flavour will be like a topping to your pizza’s toasty crust, balancing the acidity of the tomatoes. The lightness of the beer with subtle flavour of mozzarella will go just perfect.

Pepperoni and IPA

If you’re a meat lover’s pie and always pick pepperoni, then always choose India Pale Ale. The saltiness of the meat and bitterness of IPA will go hand in hand. 

Hawaiian and Fruit Ale

Hawaiian has always been the choice of most of the people. The sweetness of a strawberry, grapefruit, or cherry ale compliments the pineapple toppings of Hawaiian giving great contrast to salty hem.

Mushroom and Spinach and Stout

What could be better than mushroom and spinach that too when paired with a stout. The sweetness of a milk or chocolate stout adds an amazing mouth freshening flavour to mushroom and spinach.

Cheese and Wheat Ale

Last but again a classy pair of cheese and Wheat Ale. This is great for those who ball on a budget and rely on stuff to get them through the weekend. This pie is plain in nature, light and not so happy beers allow it to shine, especially when varieties of cheese are used.

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