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How To: Heat up & serve warm brandy

In this video from ExtremeBartending, you can learn how to heat up and serve warm brandy, a classic drink, which is particularly nice to sip on a cold night. The video offers three separate ways to achieve your warm brandy, using hot water in a brandy snifter to warm the glass, and then pouring in the brandy, putting hot water in a separate glass, and then resting your brandy snifter on that, or finally, a bold method that actually involves setting the brandy on fire!

How To: Make a paper cup

If you're finding yourself without dishes due to the fact that you're packing or unpacking, getting a quick drink can be a pain. So instead of rummaging through all those boxes try this quick nifty tutorial. This video shows you how to make a paper cup using just a couple sheets of regular paper. It's so easy and efficient you'll be sipping water in no time. Enjoy!

How To: Treat a sore throat naturally, at home

In this tutorial, we learn how to treat a sore throat naturally. To do this, you will need: lemons, honey and water. First, cut your lemons in half then squeeze it into a coffee cup. Now, add a spoonful of honey to the cup followed by a glass of warm water. Mix this together until everything is well incorporated. Sip on this mixture until the entire thing is gone. These natural ingredients will help your throat feel better and help speed up the recovery process for your illness. Make sure to ...

How To: Mix a classic, Kentucky mint julep cocktail

Mixologist Eben Freeman, of Tailor restaurant in New York City, demonstrates how to prepare a variation on the classic Mint Julep cocktail. This Southern whiskey drink conjures up lazy afternoons on the porch or a day at the Kentucky Derby, so it's more of a sipping and enjoying cocktail. You will need sugar, soda water, mint leaves, crushed ice, and whiskey. Watch this video mixology tutorial and learn how to make a mint julep cocktail.

How To: Taste wine like a wine expert

Leslie Sobracco discusses wine tasting on Wine Taste TV. She uses the four S technique, Seeing, Swirling, Smelling, and Sipping. Seeing is simply reviewing the color of the wine. Aged red wines should start to lose color around the rim after it has set in the glass for some time. This is due to the aging process. White wines will retain their color throughout because they have been exposed to air throughout the winemaking process. Swirling is placing the glass on the table and running it in c...

How To: Cure bronchitis & heartburn with a home remedy

In this Diet & Health video tutorial you will learn how to cure bronchitis & heartburn with a home remedy. Jane tells you about 2 home remedy tricks that are all natural. To neutralize the acid in the stomach, all you need is baking soda. Take 1/2 a tea spoon of baking soda, add a little bit of lemon and water and drink it. Do this about one hour before or after the meals. To cure bronchitis, take the skin of two ripe eggfruits, put it in a quart of water and let it simmer over heat for about...

How To: Make a hummingbird feeder & food

Catching sight of a hummingbird floating from flower to flower is one of those rare gifts from nature. In this quick and easy guide, use a little bit of science and learn how to make a hummingbird feeder that will attract all the birds in the yard.

How To: Learn How Elliot from Mr. Robot Hacked into His Therapist's New Boyfriend's Email & Bank Accounts (Using Metasploit)

Social engineering is a pretty important item in a hacker's toolkit. In Mr robot there was a time, we saw Elliot using social engineering to gain access to his therapist's boyfriend's email and bank accounts by calling him and pretending to be someone from his bank, then Elliot asked him for some info that were really useful to gain access to his account, the target believed to be someone from the bank and gave him the info Elliot was looking for. But How Is It in the Real World?

How To: Use opaque watercolors in Chinese watercolor painting

The esteemed tradition of Chinese watercolor goes back thousands of years and hasn't changed much in terms of composition, subject matter, and materials used. So back then as much as today sky dieties and kings would sip green tea outside pagodas perched high above the clouds, surrounded by monumental mountains and far removed from mortal space.

How To: Mix a Battlestar Galactica Cylon shooter

This is a part of SciFi Inside: SciFi Friday. It's shows Grace Park (Boomer) and Tahmoh Penikett (Helo) making a "Cylon Shooter". Celebrate as any BSG fanboy should, sipping o n Cylon Shooters. Grace Park of BSG mixes lychee, coconut juice, vodka and grenadine to make a sweet sci-fi cocktail! The red for the Cyclon's red eye is an authentic touch.

How To: Make Thai iced coffee with Kai

Man, it's hot outside. And what the better way of cooling down than sitting by the pool sipping a drink. Here is the perfect summertime beverage - Thai iced coffee. For this recipe, you will need sugar, Thai coffee, and half and half. Watch this video beverage-making tutorial and learn how to make iced coffee with Thai chef Kai.

How To: Make delicious mango infused Tequila

Take the harshness out of everyone' favorite Cinco de Mayo libation by infusing tequila with the sweet, delicious, flavor of mango. The mango fruit will impart a refreshing drinkability to your tequila, perfect for a party, or any afternoon when need something tasty, and alcoholic, to sip on.

How To: Make an egg cream

This classic New York drink, which contains neither eggs nor cream, will take you back in time to marble counters and soda shops. Learn how to make an egg cream. This Howcast guide gives you a recipe for the famous egg cream.

How To: Mix a lovely mojito cocktail

12 mint leaves, half of a lime, half part sugar, ice, white rum, and club soda are all you need to make a mojito cocktail. This video drink recipe from Bacardi, shows the steps to making this classic Cuban alcoholic drink popularized by Ernest Hemingway. Mix up a mojito, and sip it slowly to really enjoy the flavors. Follow along with this how-to video and find out how to make a mojito.

How To: Make fruit iced tea

Watch this instructional cooking video to prepare fruit iced tea for you friends and family. You can use any kind of fruit juice, such as orange, pineapple, mango, or peach. Fruit iced tea is great for a refreshing summer sip.

How To: Mix a sangrita verde cocktail

Sangrita is a sipping drink meant to be paired with tequila to compliment the taste of the tequila. You will need coriander, basil, mint, limes, pineapple juice, red chili, and a side of tequila. Watch this video mixology tutorial and learn how to make a sangrita verde tutorial.

How To: Make a perfect Mai Tai

California bar-owner Trader Vic handed this concoction to a Tahitian friend in 1944 who took one sip and proclaimed, "Mai tai, roa ae," or, in English, "Out of this world, the best!"

How To: 10 Quick & Easy Herbal Drinks That Relieve Aches & Pains

When a headache strikes, I reach for the nearest painkiller. Forget closing my eyes, laying down, or even applying an ice pack—I seek the quickest and most immediate relief possible, and normally that comes in the form of pills. However, fast relief can be found from another, more natural source: herbal beverages. So if you're tired of popping pills when you have aches and pains, try some of these herbal drinks out instead.

How To: Make a cloud, then make it disappear

This video features a really cool science experiment that is easy to do and fun to watch. Items you will need are a plastic 2-liter bottle with a sports bottle type cap (the kind you pull up on in order to sip liquids through the top), about a quarter of a cup of water and two matches. First, take the cap off the bottle and pour the water into the bottle before putting the cap back on the bottle. Then, simply open the pull top on the cap (so that when the bottle is squeezed and released air i...

How To: Shoot in water polo

Shooting in water polo is a basic skill for attackers. Water polo shot requires good height out of the water, arm position, shoulder rotation, and head stall. Shot strategy is important to building your water polo game. Concentrate on improving your rotation to follow through and speed up the shot. This is an attack focused water polo drill.

How To: Make a Flaming Blue Lamborghini fire cocktail

This video will teach you how to make a cocktail called a Flaming Blue Lamborghini. The alcohols are: Barcardi 151, Kahlua, Galiano and Blue Curacao. He uses a martini glass and pours in half an ounce of Bacardi and lights it. The glass is rotated while he adds Kahlua, Galiano and Blue Curacao. All the while, the drink is still flaming. While he continues to rotate the glass, he pours milk into it and the flame turns red and rises while a woman sips the drink with a straw. If you really want ...

How To: Make a Jack Rose cocktail

This video shows you how to make the Jack Rose cocktail in 12 seconds flat. It goes like this. Three-quarters of an ounce of lemon juice, three-quarters of an ounce of pomegranate syrup, and two ounces of Laird's apple brandy. Shake it over ice, strain it into a cocktail glass, and serve. The video also tells us about how the Jack Rose first appeared in Ernest Hemingway's book, The Sun Also Rises, where the narrator is sitting in the lobby of a Paris hotel sipping a Jack Rose. The popularity ...

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