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Classic Cocktail Recipes And Ideas To Try

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Here are some classic cocktail recipes that have been around for decades. In fact, I remember my mother making some of these for her guests when I was little.

Classic Cocktail Recipes

These first recipes are designed for shorter glasses.classic cocktail recipes

Champagne Cup

Put a teaspoon of castor sugar in a little soda water. Add a half ounce of curacao and a half ounce of brandy.

Fill the glass with champagne and trim with a slice of orange and a cherry.

Champagne Cocktail

Add a lump of sugar to a champagne glass and saturate it with bitters.

Add crushed ice and a half a slice of orange. Fill the glass with iced champagne and a squeeze of lemon.  Remove ice and serve.

Sweet Martini

In a mixing glass put one dash of grenadine syrup, one-third gin, two-thirds sweet vermouth and a squeeze of lemon.

Shake, strain and serve with a cherry.

Sherry Flip

Shake with ice the following:

one beaten egg, one teaspoon of sugar and 2 ounces of sherry.

Strain into a glass and dust with nutmeg.

Brandy Crusta

Put 1 1/2 ounces of brandy and 1 ounce of white curacao into a mixer.

Shake with crushed ice and strain.

Dip rims of glasses into orange juice and then press them into castor sugar before pouring.

Brandy Cocktail

In a glass add crushed ice, a dash of bitters, two dashes of sweet vermouth and an ounce of brandy.

Stir, remove ice and serve with a cherry.

Alexander Cocktail Recipe

In a mixer put one-third gin, one-third cream, one-third creme de cacao.

Shake well and serve.

Clover Cup

In a mixer shake 2 ounces dry gin, the juice of half a lemon, sour dashes of grenadine, the white of an egg and ice.

Strain into chilled cocktail glasses.

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Black Velvet

This classic cocktail recipe is so simple. Simply mix half champaign and half stout both well chilled.

Mint Julep

Into a tall glass, add a teaspoon of castor sugar, a teaspoon of water and the bruised tops of eight sprigs of mint.

Pour onto this 2 ounces of whiskey.

Fill the glass with shaved ice. Stir until frosted, then decorate with sugar-coated mint.

Planter’s Punch

Into some cracked ice pour the juice of a lemon, the juice of half an orange, 1 1/2 ounces of rum, two dashed of grenadine, two dashes of pineapple juice and a teaspoon of castor sugar.

Shake well, strain into a tall glass and garnish with a slice of unpeeled lemon, a cherry and a sprig of mint.

Polar Bear

Add to some cracked ice 1 teaspoon of castor sugar, three dashes of orange flower water, three dashes of lime juice, half a whipped egg white, 1 1/2 oz dry gin and 3 ounces of milk.

Shake well. It comes out with a collar of egg-white froth and tastes like something strangely superior from a mil bar, but don’t trust yourself with too many of these.

Mint Cooler

Mix in a tall glass one ounce of gin with a 1/2 ounce of green creme de menthe and ice cubes.

Fill with soda water.

Decorate with a slice of unpeeled orange, a cherry and a sprig of mint.

Please comment below if you have a favorite out of these classic cocktail recipes. Here are some easy snacks to serve with your cocktails.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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