How To Make Earthquake Cocktail
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Earthquake Cocktail Ingredients
Ready in: 4 min
Nutrition: approximately 201 Calories
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Glass to use for the Earthquake Cocktail Recipe
It's recommended drinkware to use is the Collins Glass for the Earthquake Cocktail Recipe for best presentation.
Earthquake Cocktail Drink Recipe Instructions
Earthquake Cocktail Recipe Preparation & Instructions:
Earthquake Cocktail Recipe Variations
Please note that there are many ways and variations to make Earthquake Cocktail. The Earthquake Cocktail recipe above is the most common way to make this drink, you can always improvise with your own twist and enjoy. Great substitute brands for Gin you cant go wrong with are Hendrick's, Tanqueray, Bombay Sapphire, Plymouth Gin, Gordon’s, Gilbey’s, Seagram’s, Beefeater, Nolet's Ginm, Roku Japanese Gin, The Botanist, and Sipsmith Gin. You can also find many other variations of this drink on our website, just use our search to see more.
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