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Game Of Thrones Cocktails

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The hit series Game of Thrones is back and I anticipate tons of action and twisting plots ahead.

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In preparation for the premiere on April 6, 2014, Ommegang has carefully crafted a few specialty cocktails in honor of the characters who make the show special.

Are you mourning the victims of last season’s Red Wedding?

Focused on who will fall victim to the Iron Throne next?

Check out these tasty cocktails featuring Jägermeister and root for your favorites, or your favorite foes, with Ommegang’s picks for perfect serves:

Dany’s Deer and a Beer: Celebrating the release of Ommegang’s latest Game of Thrones Beer by raising a glass to the mother of dragons herself as she continues on her quest for towards the Seven Kingdoms.

Dany’s Deer and a Beer:
Shot of Jäger
Ommegang’s Fire & Blood Red Ale

Serve an ice cold shot of Jägermeister along with a beer.

Imp’s Revenge: If this season’s trailers were any indication, it’s safe to say that Tyrion’s antics will land him in more trouble than ever, and this cocktail is just the thing to help him make it through.

The Imp’s Revenge
1.5 part Dry Vermouth
3/4 part Jägermeister
3/4 part Benedictine
2 dashes of bitters

Combine the ingredients in a mixing glass and add ice. Stir until well chilled and strain into a chilled martini glass. Serve.

Tyrell Bed of Roses: Countdown to the royal wedding with a drink inspired by the latest family to set their sights on the Iron Throne.

Tyrell Bed of Roses

2 part Jägermeister
.5 part Fresh Lemon Juice
.5 part Grenadine

Combine all ingredients in a shaker and add ice. Shake well, strain into a martini glass and serve.

Wildling Toddy: With Winter well on its way and the Wildlings planning to take a stand, this is the perfect cocktail to warm up with.

The Wildling Toddy

2 part Hot Apple Cider
1 part Jägermeister
1/4 part Grand marnier
Sugar Cube
Apple Slice for Garnish

Add the sugar cube, grand marnier and Jägermeister. Add the boiling hot cider and stir until the sugar cube dissolves. Garnish with the apple slice.

Live Fabulously. Drink Responsibly.™

Cristal Carrington



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