Ever wonder where you’d fit in at North Shore High? Would you sit with the “Varsity Jocks?” How about the “Art Freaks” or do you have what it takes to become a “Plastic?”
In the spirit of the new Mean Girls musical movie in theaters now, choose you favorite cocktail and find out what high school clique you truly belong to.
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You’re not afraid to tell people how it is but you still come across sweet! Bold, unapologetic and the center of attention in any social scene!
Method: Half-rim a rocks glass with Tajin. In a cocktail shaker, combine all ingredients. Add fresh ice, then shake and strain into rocks glass. Garnish with Watermelon slice and Basil leaf
It’s shiny, glamourous and you know that you’re going to be the talk of the town. With a mix of sparkle and simplicity this drink will have you looking as rich as the inventor of toaster strudel!
With a mix of tang and wit, this classic cocktail keeps it real just like the rebel of North Shore herself. You either love it or hate it!
Method: Stir & strain into a chilled martini glass and garnish with three olives.
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With a burst of sweetness and a touch of attitude, if you choose this cocktail, you can navigate the North Shore maze with ease.
Method: Add all ingredients to a shaker without ice. (Dry shake or use a frother tool to mix and to get egg white frothy). After frothy, add plenty of ice and shake for 30 seconds. Use a bar strainer to pour into a glass.
You’re the life of every party and crack jokes like nobody’s business. You’re bold, smooth, energetic, and always down for a good time!
Method: Add ingredients into a shaker filled with ice and shake to combine/chill. Strain into chilled martini glass and garnish with three espresso beans.
You go Glen Coco. You’re mysterious but everyone still loves you!
Method: Combine it in a mug and stir. Top with Whipped Cream and Cinnamon Dust
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