You’ll only need three ingredients to make a White Russian cocktail: vodka, coffee liqueur, and heavy cream. The cocktail’s simple, sweet, and potent with ingredients that mingle perfectly in the glass.
The Manhattan was once the most popular cocktail in the world. Since then the cocktail’s dominance has faded, but it’s making a come back. You can use rye, bourbon, or blended whiskey: add sweet vermouth, and Angostura bitters – stir – then garnish with a cherry. That’s a Classic Manhattan…perfect.
The Moscow Mule’s one of the easiest and most refreshing cocktails you can make! It’s a deliciously simple drink that’s perfectly suited for any occasion. The Mule offers a sharp ginger taste, dash of lime, and a reliable base of vodka served in a traditional copper mug.
The Original Cuban Mojito’s a highball staple that’ll never go out of style. As legend goes, the birth of the Mojito came in the 16th century when the plundering Englishman, Sir Frances Drake, ventured ashore in Cuba looking for a scurvy remedy for him and his crew. They came upon a local mixture of crude rum born from sugar cane, lime juices, and mint.
The Cuba Libre is a highball cocktail with roots buried deep in the island’s heritage. The national drink of Cuba is often generalized with the popular Rum and Coke, but there are a few differences.
The Original Bourbon Old Fashioned was created in the late 19th century, deep in Kentucky bourbon country. A bartender at the Pendennis Club of Louisville developed it for a local distiller – James E. Pepper. Since then, the Bourbon Old Fashioned has taken on a life of its own, much to the delight of whiskey drinkers’ abound.
The Classic Margarita’s cold limey-goodness has tantalized the taste buds of party-goers and casual observers alike for decades. The cocktail offers a delicious combination of tequila, orange liqueur, lime juice, and simple syrup – surrounded by a welcoming rim of salt.