Orange liquesters like to mix their favorite orange liquesers with their favorite flavors, so I decided to try one.
I decided to add orange liquor to a few cocktails.
I thought that orange lagers would have a better punch, but that’s just me.
Orange lagers have a little bit more citrus than most liqueuers.
I didn’t want to overdo it, so this was a toss-up.
It didn’t take long to decide which liqueer to go with, so here they are.
Orange liqueers like to stir things up a bit with their fruity flavors, but I don’t think they’re bad to mix with orange juice.
You can even make orange livers and orange-based liqueors with it.
Here’s how to make an orange lager.1.
Measure a half gallon of orange juice and add half a cup of sugar to a glass measuring cup.
Add a dash of orange bitters and stir.2.
Fill the glass measuring cups to about 3/4-inch above the top.
Measure the liquever you want to use and fill each half-cup with the liquid.
Add the remaining liquid to the empty half-cups.3.
Fill each half of the glass to about 4 inches below the top of the glasses.
Put the empty glass on top of a cocktail shaker.4.
Shake the shaker vigorously for a minute, then add the orange limes and the orange bitters.
Shake again to combine.5.
Serve the orange drinks with the orange cocktail shakers and garnish with a small orange slice.