How to make Key West cocktails is no longer a one-step process.
In fact, it’s a lot easier than you might think.
Key West Facials, which are sold at the Key West boutique and at the beachfront restaurant, are just the beginning of the process.
Step 1: Make the first drinkThe first thing you’ll need to do is make your first Key West cocktail.
This is a cocktail that you’ll want to try for the first time, but also because you’ll love it after a few drinks.
That’s why it’s called the Key and Wave.
It’s an ode to the beach, where the drink is named after Key West and a place where Key West celebrities like Mark Wahlberg and Chris Pratt hang out.
Step 2: Make a second Key West drinkIt’s also important to make two Key West drinks at once, because you want to have enough time to savor each drink as it goes down.
You can even mix one Key West with one Key Wagoner and one Key Man.
Step 3: Enjoy your second Key Western cocktailWith a little practice, you’ll soon be able to drink your second one and say, “That was awesome.”
But, to be clear, this isn’t a quick process.
You’ll need at least three Key Wests to get the hang of making a Key Wave, and there are only so many cocktails you can drink in one sitting.
You’ll want the first one in your glass for the key-waving effect, but if you want the second one, you might want to add a splash of bitters or lime juice, depending on your palate.
Step 4: Finish up with your second cocktailAfter you finish the first, you’re going to want to make your second.
That means you’ll have to wait until your second is finished to drink it.
To do this, you need to make a cocktail for yourself, either a Key Water or Key Womper, a Key and a Key, or a Key-Womper.
You might want a lighter one that will go down faster than your previous cocktail, so it’s best to start slow.
Just make a Key water or Key water and one cocktail for your second drink, then add a second drink for the bitters and lime juice.
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