Jeffrey Morgenthaler discovered the Jägerita back in 2008. Whilst tending a bar at a private party, professional bartender David Cordoba stepped behind to craft a Jägerita. You wouldn’t think a cocktail comprised of Jägermeister and citrus would work, but it’s surprisingly amazing.
The Brazil 66 was created at a San Francisco bar called Absinthe. This Cachaca cocktail could also be referred to as an orange Caipirinha as it has strikingly similar ingredients.
The Lemon Drop Martini is a citrusy, sweet & sour vodka cocktail with a touch of orange liqueur. The rim of the glass is often coated with sugar, creating a sugary sweet drink.
The Kamikaze is a vodka-based, sour cocktail. The Cointreau is used in place of sugar to sweeten, add balance and orange notes to this killer cocktail!
The Illusion is a super sweet & delicious cocktail ideal for summer time sipping. This drink can easily be built or shaken. It consists of a large measure of Midori with a splash of both Cointreau & vodka topped with pineapple juice.
Not for the faint hearted! The Long Island Iced Tea drink contains the majority of your spirit cabinet including white rum, vodka, gin, tequila & triple sec, in equal parts.
A sweet & sour cocktail with some serious tang to it! Constructed with Midori, Cointreau & fresh citrus.
“Think of it as an 1850s Mai Tai – similar drink, different island.” – David Wondrich, cocktail historian. The raspberry syrup adds balance and a touch of tartness whilst the rum adds some punch to the refreshing summery cocktail.
The classic Margarita dates back to the 1930s. Made well and you’ll be coming back for more. Stick with the original recipe for the first time then tweak the measurements to suit your palate; whether it be a little heavier on the tequila or lessening the Cointreau for a a less-sweet, tart Margarita.
The Cosmopolitan, also know as the Cosmo, has been around since the 1970s but made popular by the infamous TV show, Sex in the City.