Daredevil Drinks

Daredevil Drinks

This article is for those who don’t mind something different, strong and alcoholic. We present to you 3 of our top daredevil drinks. if you’re feeling up to the task, then why not give these cocktails a go?


Originally made in 1934 by Donn Beach, this fruit juice cocktail is still popular to this day. It was first made strong to get a customer through it business meeting. It was then given its name after the customer claimed he had turned into a Zombie for the rest of his trip. Since then, this strong, Rum ridden cocktail is one of those daredevil drinks not for the faint hearted.


  • ½ oz. Rum (White Rum)
  • 1 ½ oz. Rum (Golden Rum)
  • 1 oz. Rum (Dark rum)
  • ½ oz. Rum (151-proof Rum)
  • 1 oz. Lime Juice
  • 1 teaspoon Pineapple Juice
  • 1 tsp Papaya Juice
  • 2 tsp Sugar

This drink is rather hard to make so I’d leave this one to the professionals. Plus, its more entertaining to watch! However, there are plenty of recipes online if you’re feeling daring enough to do it yourself.  

Aunt Roberta

Considered one of the strongest cocktail in the world, the Aunt Roberta is definitely one of our top daredevil drinks. with nothing but pure alcohol, there’s no fruit juices to calm this cocktail down. If you’ve got a strong stomach and can handle your drink, then why not give this deadly drink a go (at your own risk!)


  • 1 shot Brandy
  • 3 Shots Vodka
  • 2 Shots Absinthe
  • ½ Shot Gin
  • 1 Shot Blackberry Liqueur

Pour all ingredients into a shaker with ice. Shake well then strain into chilled cocktail glass. This cocktail is simply alcohol. This may be the perfect daredevil drinks for a stag do forfeit or dare. Please be careful when consuming this cocktail.

 Bloody Mary

Now this cocktail isn’t as strong as the others but is definitely the weirdest of the bunch. Mixing vegetables and alcohol together may not sound normal but since being created in 1921 people still drink it to this day. Why? We do not know. So, if you fancy something a little unique, try a good ol’ Bloody Mary.


  • 2 ice cubes
  • vodka, double shot
  • ½ lemon, juice only
  • 6 dashes Worcestershire sauce
  • 3 dashes Tabasco sauce
  • 150ml/5fl oz tomato juice
  • pinch salt and freshly ground black pepper

Place the ice into a tall glass and add the vodka. Add the lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco sauce and tomato juice. Stir well. Serve straight away.


Sober Sweet Treats

Sober Sweet Treats

There’s nothing worse than being the only one of your friends not drinking. It can get a little annoying and can make you feel left out. However, with a mocktail, you can get involved and no one will even know you’re on the juice. These sober sweet treats are delicious and will have you feeling comfortable at a cocktail making party.

Cran-Apple Cider

This sober sweet treats cocktail is delicious. Who knew you didn’t need alcohol for a cocktail to taste nice. If you’re looking for something that’s easy to make but still loves fabulous, then this is perfect.


  • Cranberry Juice
  • Apple Cider
  • Cinnamon Sugar
  • Popping candy

Rim glass with cinnamon sugar. Combine equal parts cranberry juice and apple cider. Garnish with a popping candy.


A mimosa but without the champagne. Simply replace the alcohol with something as equally as delicious and enjoy this sophisticated drink with the girls.


  • 60ml orange juice
  • 30ml dry sparkling white grape juice

Pour the orange juice into a flute glass and then pour the sparkling white grape juice. Optionally, you can garnish with a mint sprig.

Shirley Temple

This drink was named after the young actress herself after it being served to her in an American bar one day. Since the this non-alcoholic drink has become a classic.


  • 1/2oz grenadine
  • 4oz Ginger Ale/Lemonade

Add grenadine to a highball glass half-filled with ice cubes. Top with ginger ale (or lemonade. Garnish with a Maraschino cherry and/or a slice of orange.

Orange Relaxer

This sober sweet treats cocktail is ridiculously easy to make and would be perfect for a cocktail making class. with so many simple ingredients it’ll be ready in no time. Which is good because you can taste how good it is quicker.


  • 2 ½ oz of orange juice
  • 1 oz of lime juice
  • 5 oz pf lemonade
  • 1 lime wedge

Chill your highball glass and shaker in the freezer until chilled. Then, pour the lemonade into the shaker. Add the orange juice and lime juice. Shake everything together and pour into the chilled highball glass. Finally, garnish with a wedge of lime.

Dealing with Hen Party Stress

Dealing with Hen Party Stress

Planning a wedding and hen party is one of the most exciting times of your life. However,  it can also be one of the most overwhelming. With so many emotions running through your body and things to organise, you might be searching for tips to help. Especially when you’re dealing with hen party stress. Good news! We’re here to help you through it and keep your hen do one to remember for all the right reasons.

Keep it You

With so many of your friends, family and maybe even fiance’s family coming, it can sometimes be easy to lose focus on what the hen do is actually about – you! When you’re planning the hen party, the best way of dealing with hen party stress is staying a little selfish throughout the process. Choose activities you like, food and drink you want and experiences you’ve always wanted to try. For example, if you’ve always wanted to try the popular cocktail making parties, don’t be swayed by your soon-to-be mum in law not drinking, she can grab a mocktail. Just remember that the day is about and for you.

Set a Budget Early

Setting a budget that all of your guests are comfortable with can sometimes be a challenge, but it’s definitely an element of hen party planning that you want to get out of the way. By setting a budget before you start looking at ideas, you’re dealing with hen party stress before it even arises. Discuss with your friends and family how much they’re willing to spend and base your choices partly off this.

Avoid Too Many Hands on Deck

For the bridesmaids, hen party planning is a really exciting theory – but avoid having too many hands on deck. If you’ve chosen to organise the hen party yourself, try to involve you and no more than two other hens. If your maid of honour has kindly taken the planning duties off your shoulders, make sure she doesn’t get swamped by ideas coming from too many directions.