The Frankenstein Zombie is a big green cocktail guaranteed to inject some fun into any bar hire.
Complexity of each cocktail is an important idea to factor in. Using a gin martini as an example, it can be overpowering for some people, there’s a lot of flavour from both the gin and vermouth and when mixed create even more complexity. Keep this in mind when choosing your menu. Aperitivo drinks like the aperol spritz and negroni come with a bitter complexity that some really dislike. Cocktails from certain era’s like Tiki have a distinct profile, containing lots of rum and lots of fruit juice, they taste simpler. Unless you’re thinking of having a themed menu like an aperitivo menu, try and create a good balance of styles to accommodate everyone and provide variety.
This hugely popular cocktail has been an Italian favourite for decades, the rich, bitter complexity of this drink makes it a unique and moreish cocktail.
The Maple Leaf is a great choice for bourbon enthusiasts or those wanting a warming winter cocktail.
The Bahama Mama is a unique, tiki-styled mixture of dark, overproof and coconut rum, coffee liqueur, grenadine, and lime, pineapple and orange juice.
The American cousin of the Negroni, The Boulevardier may only change one ingredient, but it makes for an entirely different drinking experience.
The Breakfast Martini is a delicious and deceptively simple drink full of citrus and sweet orange flavours.
Absolutely the best hangover cure, everyone thinks they have perfected the best Bloody Mary recipe.
The Blood & Sand is a whisky cocktail that has been left behind in the recent cocktail resurgence and there is no real reason why that should be, it can stand up with the best of the classics.
The Corpse Reviver No.2, so named for its ability to revive someone suffering from a deathly hangover, is something of a legend among mixology enthusiasts.
The Sloppy Joe contains equal parts white rum and dry vermouth, combined with a dash of triple sec and the juice of a whole lime, shaken with grenadine and served straight up.
Blanco Tequila is shaken with squeezed grapefruit juice and pressed pineapple juice, sweetened with homemade vanilla syrup and finished with three dashes of Angostura bitters, served over cubed ice served in a rocks glass.
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