Impress your guests and start the party with cocktails that illuminate a popular sweet, Swedish fish. These chopped candies, with the mysterious fruity flavor that the company simply calls "red," have been around for decades and are a familiar sight in any candy store. You can reproduce the delicious taste of Swedish fish in a mixed shoot, better known as a shooter, with flavored liqueurs and fruit juices. It begins one level with an inflatable version of gelatin that incorporates Swedish pastry into the introduction.
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Swedish fish catch
Put a handful of crushed ice in a cocktail shaker.
Add a serving of sugar blueberry, a portion of vodka and a cranberry juice to the cocktail shaker. As an alternative, add a sweet and sour mixture instead of vodka if you prefer. Reduce the amount of cranberry juice if you want a stronger expression.
Close the shaker with the lid and shake vigorously for about 10 seconds. Then pour it into a tall glass
Swedish fish gelatin
Mix boiling water and gelatin mixture in a large mixing container using half of the water given in the instructions. Use cherry or raspberry gelatin or, if you prefer a less intense, gelatin.
Mix the frozen raspberry salad and cranberry vodka or vodka gum, if you find it, equal to the amount of water you mix.
Pour the mixture into separate glasses of paper or plastic. Allow to cool until the gelatin begins to warm.
Place a Swedish fish in the middle of each gelatin and allow the tail to escape. Place the shots in the refrigerator to allow the gelatin to harden completely before feeding.