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2 min

Great for mechanics wives! Classic

Iain

2 people made this

IngredientsServes: 1

  • cracked ice cubes
  • 2 measures vodka
  • orange juice
  • slice of orange

MethodPrep:2min ›Ready in:2min

  1. Pour vodka over ice into glass
  2. top up with orange juice
  3. stir well and add slice of orange

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Tequila Screwdriver

As the name implies, the tequila screwdriver is just like the famous vodka cocktail. Tequila and orange juice are all you need for this recipe. It is tequila's answer to vodka's screwdriver and essentially a tequila sunrise, hold the grenadine. If you have made either of those popular mixed drinks, then you'll have no problem here.

Switching out the base liquor in a simple juice highball makes a world of difference. Vodka is, for the most part, tasteless and even more so against the heavy flavor of orange juice. With a tequila background, you get an extra layer of flavor. That rich agave taste makes the tequila screwdriver stand out, even though the cocktail is just as easy to mix up. In terms of drink strength, tequila and vodka are comparable, but some vodkas can be much stronger than the average tequila.

Because we're looking at just two ingredients, make them as best as you can. Orange juice is the backbone of the tequila screwdriver and the drink will only be as good as the juice you pour. If you can, take the time to squeeze fresh juice. Citrus fruits are the easiest to juice and it shouldn't take but a few minutes to have enough for the drink and some leftover to stash in the fridge for the next round. If you are going to buy orange juice, try to avoid juices made from concentrate.


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Summerthyme Screwdriver

The simple Screwdriver is an essential tool in the cocktail kit. Composed of vodka and orange juice, it’s tall, fortifying and almost impossible to screw up. Plus, it provides a wallop when a Mimosa just won’t do. But add a few bells and whistles, like fresh herbs and a bittersweet Italian liqueur, and you have the makings of a summer blockbuster.

The Summerthyme Screwdriver is more than a solid pun. It’s a refreshing cocktail that improves the classic Screwdriver with thyme sprigs, Aperol, lemon juice and club soda. The thyme adds an undercurrent of earthy florals, while low-alcohol Aperol infuses the drink with notes of rhubarb and bitter orange. Hand-squeezed lemon juice brightens the whole affair, and club soda provides hydrating effervescence.

Don’t expect to order this at your local brunch spot. Instead, you’ll want to make it at home, a simple feat that requires a pitcher and easy-to-source ingredients. Build it right in the pitcher, and you’ll have a batch on hand to pour for friends as you shake off the prior night’s cobwebs. Serve this with breakfast, brunch or by the pool—and consider your day saved.


Neon Screwdriver Recipe

Ingredients
3 ounces Orange Crush Soda
1 ounce Tito's Vodka
1/2 Grand Marnier Orange Liqueur
2 Ice Cubes
Ice Shards

Note: This cocktail should not be shaken in a cocktail shaker, use a cocktail stirrer to mix drink.

1. Pour Orange Crush Soda into a cocktail shaker.
2. Add Tito's vodka and Grand Marnier Orange Liqueur.
3. Toss in a couple of ice cubes.
4. Stir with a cocktail stirrer for 20 seconds.
5. Pour into a chilled martini with shards of ice.
6. Garnish with orange peel.


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The name &ldquoscrewdriver&rdquo came about because the original tool used to stir the cocktail was indeed a screwdriver.

I am not sure if it&rsquos myth or a fact, but it&rsquos simple, refreshing, cooling and you won&rsquot feel guilty drinking a lot of it because there is plenty of vitamin-C loaded orange juice in there!

Now, how to make a screwdriver drink? You just have to mix three ingredients together: orange juice, vodka (for example: Smirnoff vodka) and ice. The ratio of orange vs. vodka are very important for my recipe, the ration is 3:1. Sugar can be added to the drink if you like it a bit sweeter.

Make a big jug of it the next time you host a summer brunch party. Enjoy!


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Raspberry and Orange Screwdriver Drink Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 0.25 ounce Triple Sec
  • 1 ounce Raspberry Simple Syrup
  • 1 ounce Svedka Orange Cream Pop
  • 1 ounce Smirnoff Iced Cake Vodka
  • 2 ounces Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice
  • Crushed Ice
  1. In a cocktail shaker add Triple Sec, raspberry simple syrup, Svedka Orange Cream Pop, Smirnoff Iced Cake Vodka, fresh squeezed orange juice, and top with ice cubes.
  2. Secure lid on the cocktail shaker and shake what ya&rsquo mama gave you (that&rsquoll be 30 seconds worth of shakin&rsquo).
  3. Strain into a standard rocks or whiskey glass.
  4. Garnish with fresh halved kumquats on a cocktail pick (so fancy, right?)
  5. Serve.
  6. Drink responsibly, and never drink and drive.

If you love citrusy cocktails, give this screwdriver drink recipe a try to change things up a bit. Be sure to let us know how you like it! Here are some more cocktail recipes you might want to try:


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Ingredients

Just add Tito's Handmade Vodka and orange juice to a glass over ice.

Stir and garnish with an orange slice.

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