Cocktail recipes are part of the coolest things to try out with
friends or family.. Why bother going out to spend lots of cash at
lounge, bars etc just to have a cool cocktail..?
You can have the best fun you can ever imagine having a mix of these 5 popular cocktail recipes from the comfort of your own home without
breaking the bank.
Its always a must have cocktail recipe. It’s an easy
non-alcoholic drink to make at home.
- 6-8 ice cubes
- 3 teaspoons of Angostura Aromatic Bitters
- 350 mL of Fanta
- 350 mL of Sprite
- 120 mL of Grenadine Syrup
- Half a lemon
- Half an orange
All ingredients should be mixed in a large jug. Put the drink in the
fridge. After two hours, your cocktail should be ice cold. You can now
serve with ice and sliced fruits. Your friends will love you for it!
And if you ever feel like grabbing yourselves some nice cocktail in a
posh and serene atmosphere.
Thinking of one of the easiest cocktail recipe? Then this
Mexican traditional cocktail is all you need….
- 60 mL white rum
- 30 mL soda water
- 60 mL fresh lime juice
- 6 mint leaves
- 2 teaspoons sugar
The lime will be turned into a glass and mixed with 1 tablespoon of
sugar. Add some mint leaves and mash them gently against the cup with
a spoon. Now, it’s time to fill the cup with ice, add the rum and top
up with soda water. Don’t forget to serve with a straw. Perfect
recovery after a long day at work!
The Margarita has saved lots of parties for being very affordable and
its alcoholic content..
- 60 mL tequila
- 30 mL lime juice
- 30 mL cointreau
Rub the rim of the serving glass with the lime slice to make the salt
stick to it. Add all remaining ingredients to a cocktail shaker or jug
and shake the ingredients for 15 seconds then carefully pour into the
glass. Garnish with a slice of lime and serve with extra ice cubes.
Daiquiri has a great taste, easy to mix and a must have for every
- 45 mL white rum
- 15 mL simple syrup
- 30 mL lime juice
Pour all ingredients into an insulated jug with ice cubes. Shake well.
Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. You can then choose to garnish
your cocktail with a wedge of lime which is optional.
5) French 75
It is quite easy to make French 75 cocktail and it comes with a
class of its own.
- 60 mL champagne,
- 15 mL lemon juice,
- 30 mL gin,
- 2 dashes of simple syrup
Pour the gin, syrup, and lemon juice in a cocktail shaker or jug
filled with ice. Shake vigorously and strain into an iced champagne
glass. Top up with Champagne and then stir gently. There you go
feeling like you are in Paris…