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  1. Found your recipes on instructables a few days ago, it’s my home page on Safari, and then I clicked my way into this site, and well, here I am. And I bring salutations!

    Your cocktails are amazing! I really like the photos and the fun and personal texts your write to go along with the drink. Haven’t come so far as to making any of the drinks, mainly because the beautiful boozes you use aren’t available in Sweden, but it look so damn delicious!

    Keep up the good work, makefor365 got itself a pretty sweet bookmarking in my browser, so looking forward to new posts!

    Not-so-snowy greetings from Sweden!

    • OMG! Thank you so much for commenting! It’s comments like yours that keep me super motivated. 😀

      I’m sorry you can’t find the liqueurs (guessing) in Sweden, but I think it might be a translation issue or something – maybe they’re called something else in Sweden? If there’s a cocktail you really want to try, let me know, and I’ll tell you the flavors of the liqueurs so that they can maybe be approximated.

  2. Oi Hanna! descobri o seu blog a pouco tempo com um cocktail que apareceu no, mas ja sou um fã, sou bartender e mixologista em Belo Horizonte, Brasil, e suas fotos me inspiram todos os dias para novas receitar e novas tecnicas, tenho uma pagina no facebook, mas no meu instagram consigo mostrar mais do meu trabalho, adoraria manter contato.

    Grande abraço, seu fã do Brazil.

    João Natas

    instagram @joaonatas

  3. I am totally loving all of the recipes you have been putting up so far, but I was wondering if you could help me with something. I am a college student, and money is not something I have a lot of. Nor is experience. As a result, I don’t know much about alcohol beyond cheap beer, and I don’t have a huge budget to explore with. Any suggestions for what I should start with?

    I am trying to bribe my dad into helping fund my experiments by promising him a taste of the resulting cocktails, but he isn’t a huge alcohol drinker either and doesn’t have much knowledge to help me with.


    • What a great question! I’d start with a good solid vodka, particularly if you like the pinkies way high up cocktails that I make. From there you can make your own liqueurs which is essentially simple syrups mixed in equal parts with a high alcohol content, low flavor liquor like… vodka. You can do A LOT with just that, juices, and sodas. If you can afford one more bottle, I’d say Frangelico as it has a beautiful nutty flavor that I think would be difficult to DIY. And of course, there’s gin, whiskey, tequila, and rum. I guess it depends on what you’re after, but I think vodka is the easiest to start with and then add to the collection until you have a nicely stocked liquor cabinet which is certainly a time/money consuming endeavor that won’t happen overnight.

      And I’ve certainly come to the realization that I need to include more recipes for simple syrups so that people don’t have to buy the liqueurs which may or may not be available to everyone. Plus if it’s in liqueur form, it’s only good for a cocktail rather than as a soda or as a mocktail. I truly don’t want anything to be inaccessible or have limited usability.

      Let me know if there’s anything in particular that you’d like to make without buying anything super special!

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  7. I found your roast beef recipe. For how long did you cook it? And did your slow cooker have settings? If so, at what setting did you cook it?


    • We had the setting on high for about 2 hours, but you can find more specifics on Step 2. Feel free to leave a comment there or send me a private message on Instructables. 🙂

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