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Outdoorsmen are quite adventurous and known to be handy with whatever is available. They usually carry a variety of items that can perform almost any task making them quite reliable on every occasion. At the end of the outdoor best, we all love a good cocktail to calm us down. There is nothing better for outdoorsmen that relaxing in their cams with a drink on their hands and barbecued meals using outdoor electric grill after a long day in the woods hunting or fishing in the rivers.
There are those that go the beer while others go for the whiskey. While these two are great choices, there is no need to limit your post hunt beverage. There are several hunt camp cocktails every outdoorsman should know. In this post, we are going to share with you five favorite hunt camp cocktails. These drinks are pretty easy to make and use minimal ingredients readily available on the campsite.
Note: Safety should always come top when hunting. Remember cocktails like any other drinks must be taken responsibly especially if they contain alcohol. Have a great time with fellow outdoorsmen but don’t overdo it! Take your cocktail only after the hunt is over. There instances when you have to wait for hours before your target game shows up. Once the setting scope is set and you’ve waited for an hour or more, there is always a temptation to sip your favorite cocktail. Please don’t attempt this while handling a gun.
Shake with ice and strain1/3 lemon juice (1 oz, 3 cl, 1/4 gills)2/3 dry gin (2 oz, 6 cl, 1/2 gills)2 dashes maraschinoShake and strain into cocktail glass Serve in a cocktail glass (4.5 oz)
Shake in iced cocktail shaker & strain1 1/2 oz Tequila (4.5 cl, 3/8 gills)3/4 oz fresh lime juice (2 cl, 3/16 gills)1/2 oz triple sec (1.5 cl, 1/8 gills)Serve in a cocktail glass (4.5 oz)
Stir in mixing glass with ice & strain1 3/4 oz gin (5 cl, 7/16 gills)3/4 oz sweet vermouth (2 cl, 3/16 gills)1/4 oz Fernet Branca (6 dashes, 1/16 gills)Add orange peel Serve in a cocktail glass (4.5 oz)