- Cut a lime into 16 chunks and muddle well in a cocktail shaker.
- Fill the shaker halfway with ice. Add 3 oz. each simple syrup and vodka. Shake until very cold and serve straight up in a chilled martini glass. Garnish with a wedge of lime.
- Jager Bomb
- 4 oz (120 mL) energy drink (usually Red Bull) and 1 oz shot glass full of Jägermeister. Drop the Jagermeister into the energy drink and chug it. It’s common practice to serve the two liquids separately and allow the customer to drop the shot into the glass of energy drink.
- Jäger Colada
- 2 oz (60 mL) Jägermeister, 1 oz (30 mL) coconut milk, 4 oz (120 mL) pineapple juice, crushed ice.
- Combine ingredients in a cocktail shaker. Shake well. Strain and serve with a pineapple garnish.
- A Jarabacoa is a cocktail made with spiced rum, honey, lime juice, vanilla, cinnamon, and cola. Jarabacoas are usually served in a cocktail glass or rocks glass.
- Jello Shot
- Jello Shots are made from flavoured gelatin dessert mix and distilled alcohol. The most commonly used liquors are rum and vodka, but almost any type is suitable. A jello shot is usually made in shot glasses, disposable paper cups, or small 2 oz (60 mL) plastic condiment containers. These condiment containers can be purchased in bulk, and come with lids to prevent alcohol evaporation. A jello shot is made just like regular gelatin desserts. Half of the total water required by the recipe is boiled, and then the mix is dissolved into the water. The remaining half of the water is replaced with liquor. Storing the alcohol in the freezer overnight helps chill and set the jello shots quicker. They take at least a couple of hours to set.
- Jungle Breeze
- A combination of raspberry vodka and lemon lime soda. The vodka-soda proportion is left to the discretion of the individual, but the drink should have a smooth lemon lime taste with a sweet hint of raspberry.
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