Tie Dye Tini
Some cocktails are made to accentuate a particular flavor, or flavors. Some are created to pay homage to a person, place, or thing, and others are simply created for their appearance. Our cocktail falls into the latter category. Basically, you can make the cocktail a thousand different ways, all with the same look. We'll pass along our ingredients, but feel free to use any spirits that you enjoy (clear alcohols work best). The result should end up as a tasty work of art that will certainly turn heads. We hope you enjoy our featured cocktail... Tie Dye Tini. Cheers!
2 oz. Half & Half
1 Tbsp. Marshmallow Topping
1 Tbsp Nonpareils (usually a cake decoration)
Cherry for garnish
Take the tbsp. of Marshmallow Topping, and slide it around the inside of the rim of a chilled Martini glass. Pour the Nonpareils into the glass, and tilt the glass so that they roll into the Topping. After you have the inside of your rim coated with the bright beads, set the glass in the freezer while you make the drink. For the cocktail, combine all of the liquids into an ice filled cocktail shaker. Cover, shake well, and then retrieve your glass from the freezer. Strain the drink into your glass, making sure that it rises past the level of your colorful beads. Garnish accordingly, and in about 5 minutes, you'll start to see the Tie Dye effect begin, as the colors start streaming down the inside of your glass. It's simpler than it probably sounds, but will surely be the talk of the party. We hope you'll give it a try, the Tie Dye Tini...! Enjoy!