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Translate: Earthquake.
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Bed of Roses

added by Anonymous

Description:
Jägermeister based cocktail

Ingredients:
  • Grenadine
  • Jagermeister
  • Lemon Juice
  • Lime juice

Optional Ingredient:
  • Ice

Garnish:
  • Cherry
  • Lime

Preparation method:
    Pour all ingredients and ice into a
    shaker, shake well and filter into a
    Martini glass. Decorate with a slice of
    lime and a cherry on the side of the
    cocktail glass.
  1. 3cl Jägermeister
  2. 4cl lemon juice
  3. 2cl grenadine syrup
  4. 1cl lime juice



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