Sex on the Beach is considered a classic cocktail. Other variations use both orange juice and pineapple juice. And so are you. Hardly anyone will say no to a Sex on the Beach. Please read our disclosure here.
Boston Official Bartender's Guide. So maybe that is considered the more standard one, and I just spend a lot of time around bartenders who prefer grapefruit juice. The taste is fruity with just enough tartness to keep it from being too sweet. This drink features vodka, peach schnapps, cranberry juice and either grapefruit juice or orange juice. The alcohol flavor isn't very noticeable. There are even a few recipes for a non-alcoholic version for the non-drinkers, which I call Cuddles on the Beach. This recipe can be served as either a cocktail or a shooter. I think it takes this drink to a whole new level. Grenadine is sometimes used in place of cranberry juice, especially in locales where cranberry juice is hard to come by. Sex on the Beach recipe at International Bartenders Association A Sex on the Beach is an alcoholic cocktail containing vodka, peach schnapps, orange juice and cranberry juice. At parties, you can put it in a beverage dispenser and let guests serve themselves. Hard Rock Cafe 's recipe is based on the second form, calling for vodka, Midori , Chambord, lemon juice, pineapple juice and sugar syrup, shaken and strained over ice into a Collins glass. Please, no puns on the name of the Sex on the Beach cocktail. I think of it as perfect for relaxing and refreshing on a hot afternoon. All that tasty fruit juice covers two full ounces of vodka plus an ounce of peach schnapps. Sex on the Beach is considered a classic cocktail. Either way, the flavor is sweet and fruity, but not overwhelmingly so. Other variations use both orange juice and pineapple juice. This was one of the first cocktails I ever tried. It cuts the sweetness a little, adds a tiny bit of tartness. Sex on the Beach is often made as a shooter by using half vodka, half peach schnapps and a bit of grenadine. Amaretto is sometimes added for extra flavor. It was supposedly created in to celebrate the introduction of peach schnapps… which I really thought had been around longer than that? Although, technically, the IBA version of this one only mentions the orange juice. Note that this particular recipe includes a teaspoon of lemon juice, which I tried based on a reader suggestion in the comments. A bartender at Confetti's Bar devised the drink and gave it the name in a nod to the many tourists visiting Florida's beaches each spring. This type is listed in the Mr.
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