Binging with Babish does a great job feeding us movie meals, but until now, we haven’t had anything to drink with them. If we’re going just by his channel that is. In this video, we get a whole bunch of cocktail recipes, all different and all delicious. The first one is the White Russian, as made famous by the Dude. Then we get the sweet vermouth cocktail from Groundhog Day. It has two ingredients and is easily the simplest recipe in the video. We then have Ryan Gosling’s interpretation of the Old Fashioned, which is complicated enough to make women think you’re working hard, but simple enough that you’re not going to be sitting at your home bar dumbfounded.  After that is the mint julep, as told by Robert Duvall in Thank You For Smoking (an underrated movie). The most complicated part of that is the cup. If you feel like drinking like a spy, you have James Bond’s martini. There’s a lot of mixing to do there, but if you’re willing to put in the work, you end up with a drink with four or five servings of alcohol in it. The last cocktail is a French 75 and you’ll have to spring for some champagne. He closes the video with a hangover cure too, so you can be with him every step of the way.

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