Three Deliciously Simple Hip Flask Cocktail Recipes
You can never be too manly for a cocktail. Granted, a little paper umbrella poking out of the top might cramp your style but a classic Martini? Elegance personified. Now, imagine a refreshing cocktail in a manly hip flask.
The past meets the future.
Here are three really simple recipes to get you started. They're all designed for a five ounce hip flask.
A hip-flask variation of the winter classic Hot Toddy. The Hot Toddy is served hot (hence the name) but since hip flasks are made of metal, you might want to re-think that technicality.
Prepare in a cup or glass.
Squeeze the juice of half a lemon.
Add 2 tablespoons of honey.
Pour in 4 ounces of whiskey.
Add a dash of water.
Funnel into your hip flask.
Simple to make, delicious to drink.
Funnel three ounces of gin into your flask.
Add one ounce of lime juice.
Pour in a bit of sugar.
This is a summer classic. Usually served in a copper cup but let's forget that for now.
Make in a cup and funnel into your flask.
Start with an ounce of vodka.
Pour in an ounce of Lillet (a type of French wine).
Add two and a half ounces of grapefruit juice.
Funnel into your flask.