If you attempt the margarita recipe above, you'll quickly find that it does not come anywhere close to filling the glass. That's because the original recipe is designed to be served as a short drink. With a volume of only 3 1/2 ounces, it will barely fill many of today's larger margarita and cocktail glasses.
The Daiquiri is the first rum drink everyone should learn how to make. That doesn't mean finding the quickest way to open the ready-to-drink Daiquiri bottle or pouch, either.. No, we're talking about a fresh Daiquiri mixed up the way it was meant to be.
Chill a julep cup in the freezer for about 5 minutes. Place mint leaves and simple syrup in the chilled julep cup; mash well with a cocktail muddler. Pour in bourbon and 1/2 cup crushed ice. Stir until chilled and top with remaining 1/2 cup ice. Garnish with fresh mint.
Step 1, Fill a pint glass or goblet with 1 1/2 cups ice. Set aside. Step 2, Combine tomato juice, vodka, lemon juice, hot pepper sauce, Worcestershire sauce, salt, black pepper, and 1 cup ice in a mixing glass. Stir until chilled and strain into ice-filled pint glass or goblet. Step 3, Garnish with a celery stalk.
The slightly spicy ginger flavor makes this a great winter warming cocktail, while the lime makes the Moscow Mule just as sublime in summertime... This cocktail's origin has nothing to do with Moscow or mules, but after a few sips of this vodka, ginger beer, and lime concoction, no one will care.
The cosmopolitan, typically referred to as the 'cosmo,' gained popularity during the 1990s when it was frequently mentioned on the television show Sex and the City. The combination of vodka, orange liqueur, lime juice, and cranberry juice have made it a timeless classic.
The gimlet is as simple as it is refreshing. Shake up gin with fresh lime juice and simple syrup to make this classic cocktail. Read more details and learn how to make it in just few steps! Allrecipes is the No.1 place for recipes, cooking tips, and how-to food videos--all rated and reviewed by home cooks.
Essentially New Orleans' version of the the classic whiskey cocktail (whiskey, water, bitters, sugar), the sazerac has been around since the middle of the 19th century. It is named after a brand of cognac called Sazerac-de-Forge et Fils, which was the original liquor used to make the drink.
Plus, you can day drink for 12 hours, and still tackle a 4-floor walk-up with ease. Inspired by warm weather, I couldn’t resist getting a panel together to craft and taste popular spritzer recipes. After a case of wine, many failures, and some surprising boozy delights our group (composed of 2 sommeliers, 1 winemaker, and several avid drinkers) came up with some guidelines to reaching ...
Step 1, Fill a highball glass with 1 1/2 cups ice and set aside. Step 2, Combine tequila and orange juice in a cocktail mixing glass. Add 1 cup ice, stir, and strain into the prepared highball glass. Slowly pour in grenadine and let settle. Step 3, Stir before drinking.
The Vodka Tonic is an easy-to-make, refreshing sipper that is perfect for any day and every occasion. Where the Gin & Tonic relies on the flavor of gin to make the drink, this vodka cocktail is very clean, allowing the dry taste of tonic water to really shine.
This simple mixture of vodka and orange juice reportedly gets its name from original tool used to stir the drink--a screwdriver. You'll get equally good results using a spoon. The screwdriver is a simple but refreshing cocktail made by combining orange juice and vodka over ice.
Place sugar on a plate or shallow bowl. Lightly wet the rim of an Irish coffee glass with a moistened paper towel. Dip the rim in sugar to coat. Pour Irish whiskey into the prepared glass. Fill with coffee to within 1/2 inch of top. Add sugar and stir. Top with whipped cream.
The Zombie is the mother of all freak drinks. It hearkens back to the late '30s, when Hollywood restaurateur Don the Beachcomber supposedly cooked it up as liquid CPR for some poor SOB experiencing death by hangover. In any case, it caught on, especially at the Hurricane Bar at the 1939 New York ...
The cocktail is as refreshing as its name. The sea breeze cocktail is a refreshing blend of vodka, cranberry juice, and grapefruit juice. Plant your beach umbrella and enjoy this simple drink. Read more details and learn how to make it in just few steps! Allrecipes is the No.1 place for recipes, cooking tips, and how-to food videos--all rated and reviewed by home cooks.