3 posts tagged firefly drink
insatiable-geek: Kaylee’s Strawberry Cosmo
1 oz. Vodka
1/2 oz. Strawberry Liqueur
1/2 oz. simple syrup
dash of orange juice
Directions: Combine all of the ingredients except the strawberries and orange juice in a cocktail strainer with ice. Shake until mixed, and strain into a martini glass. Add the orange juice and garnish with strawberries. Nice and sweet, just like our favorite spaceship mechanic.
Drink created and photographed by the Insatiable Geek.
Vera (Firefly cocktail)
2 oz. Bourbon whiskey
1/2 oz. Bacardi 151
1/2 oz. Sake
3/4 oz ginger syrup
3-4 dashes Angostura Bitters
Instructions for Ginger Syrup:
1 cup of water
1 cup of sugar
1/2 cup fresh diced Ginger
In a pot or large pan, add the water, sugar, and half of the ginger in the beginning. Boil for 1-2 minutes while mixing. Then add the other half once the first batch gets mushy. This makes it nice and spicy. Let sit until everything is nice and syrupy, then remove from the stove and let cool.
Directions: Add ginger syrup and bitters to an Old Fashioned Glass. Next add the rum and whiskey. Fill with cubed ice then float the Sake on top. Before drinking, give the glass a quick swirl to lightly distribute Sake.
Note from the creator:
I figured if Jane would drink a cocktail, it would be one of the original and manliest of cocktails, and Old-Fashion. But in the Firefly universe, American and Chinese cultures have mixed, so I felt it needed an Asian twist. This is where the ginger syrup and Sake comes in. The Bacardi 151 bumps the manliness factor of this drink up by giving a much higher alcohol content, plus the Bacardi gives an extra spicy, smokey flavor. Enjoy yourself a Vera.
“This is my very favorite gun… I call it Vera” -Jayne Cobb
Drink created and photographed by Eddie Strickland.
Sereni-Tea (Firefly/Serenity cocktail)
1 oz Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka
3/4 oz Captain Morgan’s Original Spiced Rum
3/4 oz silver tequila
3/4 oz gin
1 oz sour mix
Directions: Shake all ingredients, except for the sweet tea and cola, with ice and pour in a highball glass. Top off with an even mix of cola and sweet tea and garnish with a lemon wedge. Toast to the Independents and drink up! This variation of the classic Long Island Iced Tea cocktail is also known as Browncoat Tea.
Mal: How drunk was I last night?
Jayne: I don’t know, I passed out.
Drink created and photographed by Mitch Hutts of The Drunken Moogle.