Aviation April 30, 2006Posted by info in : Classic Cocktails , add a comment
- Shake with ice and strain
- 1/3 lemon juice
- 2/3 dry gin
- 2 dashes maraschino
Shake and strain into cocktail glass. Serve in a cocktail glass.
Side-Car April 28, 2006Posted by info in : Classic Cocktails , add a comment
- 2 oz brandy,
- 1/2 oz Cointreau,
- 1/2 oz Fresh Lemon Juice.
Shake with Ice, and then strain into Cocktail Glass.
Daiquiri April 27, 2006Posted by info in : Classic Cocktails , add a comment
Shake with ice, and then strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with a lime wedge, which has been cut and then placed onto the rim of the glass.
Rusty Nail April 26, 2006Posted by info in : Classic Cocktails , add a comment
- 2 oz. Scotch
- 3/4 oz. Drambuie
Pour the scotch over ice and float the Drambuie on top, no garnish.
Pisco Sour April 25, 2006Posted by info in : Classic Cocktails , add a comment
- 50ml Pisco Brandy
- 25ml Fresh Lime Juice
- 15ml sugar syrup
- 2 dashes of Angostura bitters (as the Garnish)
Shake hard with ice, and then strain into an Ice-filled rocks glass. Dash the Angostura Bitters into the Centre of the drink.
The Bramble April 23, 2006Posted by info in : Classic Cocktails , add a comment
- 35ml Gin
- 15ml fresh lemon juice
- 10ml sugar syrup
Build over crushed ice, in a whisky glass. Stir, then pour 15ml Blackberry Liqueur over the top of the drink, in a circular fashion. Garnish with a lemon slice, and two Raspberries.
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Old Fashioned April 22, 2006Posted by info in : Classic Cocktails , add a comment
Cocktail, Old Fashioned.
Use old-fashioned cocktail glass.
- Sugar, 1 lump.
- Seltzer, 1 dash, and crush sugar with muddler.
- Ice, one square piece.
- Orange bitters, 1 dash.
- Angostura bitters, 1 dash.
- Lemon peel, 1 piece.
- Whiskey, 1 jigger.
Stir gently and serve with spoon.
Source: “Drinks as they are Mixed” by Paul E. Lowe (1904)
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Welcome to the National Bartenders Cocktail Recipes Blog. While this won’t, at least not right now, be formatted like a typical blog - the blog functionality comes in handy for what we’re trying to accomplish.
We will begin by publishing a Classic Cocktail Recipe on a daily basis. While shooters and flavored “martinis” have been all the rage recently, they WILL be seeing their downfall soon, and will be replaced by modern interpretations of classic cocktails, so will be good recipes to have a nice thourough knowledge of. So keep checking back, as there will be a lot of good things to come!