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Emergency Protocol 417 (Doctor Who cocktail)

Ingredients:
2 parts Gin
2 parts Vodka
1/2 part Dry vermouth
1 Lemon twist

Capt. Jack Harkness is the kind of guy that can enjoy a good, strong drink. We’ve post this recipe, created by Eddie Strickland, before, but it was just so elegant an pretty that I wanted to record it. A special thanks to Cristina Visue, who filmed and edited this beautiful video!

Neville Longbottom (Harry Potter cocktail)
Ingredients:1.5 oz tea-infused gin 1 oz Pimm’s .75 oz fresh-squeezed lemon juice .75 oz simple syrup
Directions: Shake ingredients with ice in a shaker. Pour in a short glass over ice. Hit puberty (actually, hit your local legal drinking age), become awesome, and drink.
Harry Potter: Ginny! Neville! Are you all right? Neville Longbottom: Never better! I feel like I could spit fire!
Drink created and photographed by the greats at The Backyard Bartender.

Neville Longbottom (Harry Potter cocktail)

Ingredients:
1.5 oz tea-infused gin
1 oz Pimm’s
.75 oz fresh-squeezed lemon juice
.75 oz simple syrup

Directions: Shake ingredients with ice in a shaker. Pour in a short glass over ice. Hit puberty (actually, hit your local legal drinking age), become awesome, and drink.

Harry Potter: Ginny! Neville! Are you all right?
Neville Longbottom: Never better! I feel like I could spit fire!

Drink created and photographed by the greats at The Backyard Bartender.

Articuno (Pokemon cocktail)
Ingredients:2 oz Hpnotiq.75 oz Gin.25 oz Lime JuiceClub soda to fill
This episode on my Geek & Sundry vlog, Critical Hit Cocktails, I decided to make a drink after one of my favorite ice Pokemon, Articuno! The Articuno cocktail is cool, flavorful, and smooth. While chilling the drink with Ice Beam is preferable, but shaking over ice and pouring over a big ol’ ice cube will work as well.
Check out how to make it in the video:

Articuno (Pokemon cocktail)

Ingredients:
2 oz Hpnotiq
.75 oz Gin
.25 oz Lime Juice
Club soda to fill

This episode on my Geek & Sundry vlog, Critical Hit Cocktails, I decided to make a drink after one of my favorite ice Pokemon, Articuno! The Articuno cocktail is cool, flavorful, and smooth. While chilling the drink with Ice Beam is preferable, but shaking over ice and pouring over a big ol’ ice cube will work as well.

Check out how to make it in the video:

Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster (Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy)
Ingredients:.5 oz Bourbon.75 oz Gin1 oz Sour Apple Pucker.5 oz Blue Curacao1 oz Lemon Juice.5 oz Simple Syrup1 Lemon Twist
Directions: Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a cocktail glass. Squeeze your lemon peel above the drink and throw it in. Serve. Drink… but very carefully.
One of the top requested drinks in the comments of each video is the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster from Douglas Adams’s Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. This version of the drink is created by Mitch Hutts for my Geek & Sundry vlog, Critical Hit Cocktails. 
video:

Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster (Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy)

Ingredients:
.5 oz Bourbon
.75 oz Gin
1 oz Sour Apple Pucker
.5 oz Blue Curacao
1 oz Lemon Juice
.5 oz Simple Syrup
1 Lemon Twist

Directions: Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a cocktail glass. Squeeze your lemon peel above the drink and throw it in. Serve. Drink… but very carefully.

One of the top requested drinks in the comments of each video is the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster from Douglas Adams’s Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. This version of the drink is created by Mitch Hutts for my Geek & Sundry vlog, Critical Hit Cocktails. 

video:

Capt Jack Harkness - Emergency Protocol 417 (Doctor Who cocktail)
Ingredients:2 parts Gin2 parts Vodka1/2 part Dry vermouth1 Lemon twist
DIrections: Stir gin to chill and strain into a martini glass. With fresh ice, shake vodka and vermouth vigorously. Strain into same glass as gin. Take a lemon twist, rim the glass, and garnish. Sip and muse on the impossible.
A note from the creator:

At the end of the episode “The Doctor Dances” Captain Jack has his ships’ computer make him a drink. It appears to be a martini so I based this drink on a combination of a gin and a vodka martini. I feel this cocktail represents our suave captain in his purest essence. Jack Harkness is a classy man. He knows the value of quality and of simplicity, and everything he does is done with an air of elegance. A martini is exactly like that. It is simplicity, quality, and elegance in liquid form. This cocktail is all about the ingredients. I do not suggest making this with the cheapest spirits out there. I suggest mid-shelf quality. I used Absolut Vodka and Bombay Sapphire Gin (Gordon’s Gin is also good if you are on a budget). But don’t let this scare you away. It truly is a wonderful experience that you will not forget. 

Drink created and photographed by Eddie Strickland.

Capt Jack Harkness - Emergency Protocol 417 (Doctor Who cocktail)

Ingredients:
2 parts Gin
2 parts Vodka
1/2 part Dry vermouth
1 Lemon twist

DIrections: Stir gin to chill and strain into a martini glass. With fresh ice, shake vodka and vermouth vigorously. Strain into same glass as gin. Take a lemon twist, rim the glass, and garnish. Sip and muse on the impossible.

A note from the creator:

At the end of the episode “The Doctor Dances” Captain Jack has his ships’ computer make him a drink. It appears to be a martini so I based this drink on a combination of a gin and a vodka martini. I feel this cocktail represents our suave captain in his purest essence. Jack Harkness is a classy man. He knows the value of quality and of simplicity, and everything he does is done with an air of elegance. A martini is exactly like that. It is simplicity, quality, and elegance in liquid form. This cocktail is all about the ingredients. I do not suggest making this with the cheapest spirits out there. I suggest mid-shelf quality. I used Absolut Vodka and Bombay Sapphire Gin (Gordon’s Gin is also good if you are on a budget). But don’t let this scare you away. It truly is a wonderful experience that you will not forget. 

Drink created and photographed by Eddie Strickland.