File Name : Happy Saint Patrick�s Day � The
ICE Guide to Green Cocktails Length : 0:02:15 minutes
Speakers : Anthony Caporale, Shannon Verbatim : Yes
Time codes : No Special Comment : [0:00:00]
[Audio Starts] Anthony Caporale: It is Saint Patrick�s
Day once again and we are coming at you from the Institute of Culinary Education, New York
City. My name is Anthony Caporale, I am the director of Beverage Studies here. And Shannon,
today, we are going to make some green cocktails. You�re up for that?
Shannon: Yes. Anthony Caporale: All right, great. So, this
is a variation on a mimosa. So, we are going to do about one ounce per drink of Midori
melon liqueur and I am assuming you want to try one of these.
Shannon: Yeah. Anthony Caporale: Okay, good. So I�ll make
two. So we�ll do two ounces of Midori and I always like to use fresh juices. So, we
have some nice fresh oranges here. And, I am going to go ahead and put at least two
oranges worth of juice per drink. Now, I need to chill and dilute this drink a little bit,
so, we�re just going to shake it up. So, now I already have a beautiful green colored
drink. Because it�s a variation of the mimosa, I have to top it with some sparkling wine.
And, that gives us our Irish Lady. Shannon: It�s beautiful.
Anthony Caporale: One of my favorites it�s a classic called the Grasshopper. It�s traditionally
made with green cr�me de menthe, white cr�me de cacao and heavy cream. But, I am going
to use ice cream because it�s much more fun that way. And, then, we�re going to
top it off with something that�s really special for Saint Patrick�s Day.
So, really, really easy to make this drink. We are just going to start with three scoops
of vanilla ice cream in a blender. Add one ounce of green cr�me de menthe, one ounce
of white cr�me de cacao, blend it for 30 to 45 seconds. Pour it into a hurricane glass
and top it with one ounce of Guinness Extra Stout. Happy Saint Patrick�s Day.
Shannon: Happy Saint Patrick�s Day. [0:02:15]