Harvey Wallbanger Instructions
The Harvey Wallbanger is a classic cocktail that was popular in the 1970s. It is a refreshing and fruity drink that is perfect for a summer party or a night out. The drink is made with vodka, orange juice, and Galliano, a sweet herbal liqueur.
To make a Harvey Wallbanger, start by filling a tall glass with ice. Add 2 ounces of vodka and fill the glass halfway with orange juice. Stir the mixture gently to combine the flavors. Then, float 1/2 ounce of Galliano on top of the drink by pouring it over the back of a spoon. This will create a layered effect with the liqueur floating on the surface.
The Harvey Wallbanger is usually garnished with an orange slice or a maraschino cherry. It is a vibrant and visually appealing cocktail that is sure to impress your guests. The combination of the citrusy orange juice and the herbal notes of Galliano make for a delicious and balanced drink.
This cocktail is best served in a tall glass, such as a Collins glass or a highball glass. It is a simple and easy drink to make, but it has a sophisticated and complex flavor profile. The Harvey Wallbanger is a timeless classic that can be enjoyed at any occasion.
Best served in a Collins Glass.
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