Quick mixed drinks bartending tips: Ice: The quality of the ice that you use to mix your drinks is as important as the quality of the other ingredients, as old ice or freezer ice carries with it certain flavors and smells. If you plan to be mixing drinks in any quantity, buy approximately one pound of ice for each guest that you anticipate will be drinking. If you are unable to do this, then we recommend that you remove the odor from the ice by rinsing it with cold tap water. Read more – View How To Make Kansas City Ice Water mixed drink
3/4 oz gin
3/4 oz vodka
1/2 oz lime juice
Pour gin, vodka and lime juice over ice in a highball glass. Fill with 7-up, and serve.
serve in Highball Glass