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Typically have a base liquor, like vodka or gin, and come with fruit juice
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Served Cocktail

Typically have a base liquor, like vodka or gin, and come with fruit juice

Cocktails typically have a base liquor, like vodka or gin, and come with other flavoured ingredients like fruit juice. Some cocktails are simple and only involve two liquid ingredients. Other cocktails are more complex, involving a base liquor, several fruit juices, spices, and a garnish. Alcoholic or non-alcoholic, a cocktail is any beverage that is made with two or more ingredients. For alcoholic cocktails, they usually have at least one kind of alcohol in them. Typical cocktails served straight up include martinis, sidecars, and manhattans. The easiest way to remember it at the bar is that cocktails are served “straight up” but a spirit-only drink like whiskey or vodka (if you want it chilled) is served “up.”

Cocktails are generally served chilled, although some (e.g., margaritas) may be served either with or without ice, and this must be specified. Cocktails can be served "frozen", which is with crushed ice or blended with ice instead of cubes.

Popular cocktails that will always be in style.

  • Daiquiri. - This classic, popular cocktail, which remains a Cuban speciality, combines just 3 very simple ingredients, rum, citrus juice and sugar for the fresh flavour we all enjoy. Typically garnished with a lime slice too, the Daiquiri is one of the most well-balanced cocktails around.
  • Gimlet. - The Gimlet is a simple cocktail combining gin and lime to create an ultra-refreshing drink that has stood the test of time and become one of the most popular cocktails around. With its sharp kick, the Gimlet has an unmistakable flavour that's ideal for sipping on during those warm summer evenings
  • Manhattan. - The classic Manhattan cocktail has survived countless trends, outlasted prohibition and is now known as one of the greatest cocktails ever made. I think we can all agree it definitely deserves its spot amongst the world's most popular cocktails! Made with whiskey, sweet vermouth and bitters the Manhattan is the perfect after-dinner tipple.
  • Negroni. - A staple on many menus and an Italian classic, the Negroni is punchy, bittersweet and the ideal dinnertime aperitivo. Although many Italians will say that it's appropriate to drink any time of day!
  • Old Fashioned. - With an air of class and sophistication, the Old Fashioned cocktail is a classic that remains just as popular now as it did over 200 years ago. Mixing Bourbon Whiskey, bitters, sugar and a dash of water led to this dark and delicious cocktail.
  • Espresso Martini. - A mixology classic, the Espresso Martini is the caffeinated cocktail of choice for coffee lovers everywhere. Combining vodka and coffee liqueur for a rich, robust and distinct flavour, this sophisticated cocktail will remain the stuff of myth and legend for years to come.
  • Mimosa. - Over the last few years, the humble Mimosa has soared in popularity! Traditionally served in a champagne flute at brunch, weddings or in first class on some airlines, the Mimosa combines just two ingredients, champagne and chilled orange juice

They are the Old Fashioned, Martini, Daiquiri, Sidecar, Whiskey Highball, and Flip. In each drink, every ingredient falls into at least one category. Core is the primary flavor; balance enhances the core with sweetness, acidity, or both; and seasoning adds another dimension and complements or contrasts with the core.

Add ice to the mixing glass or cocktail shaker. Mix the ingredients (build, stir, shake etc.) Poor (or strain) the mixed ingredients into the cocktail serving glass (with ice if necessary) Add the garnish to the serving glass to complete your cocktail.

Today, the glass is used to serve a variety of cocktails, such as the martini and its variations (French martini, vodka martini, espresso martini, appletini), Manhattan, Brandy Alexander, pisco sour, Negroni, cosmopolitan, gimlet, and the grasshopper.

In an attempt to demystify the always delightful but often murky path to cocktail enlightenment, we present four basic cocktail categories: sours, fizzes, Old-Fashioneds and three-parters.

A minty mojito is the perfect drink for a hot summer's afternoon. Mix together some white rum, sugar, zesty lime and cooling soda water for a winning drink no-one will turn down. Learn the bartender's tricks for making the best mojito, like choosing rum and muddling ingredients. We guarantee a single sip of this latin-inspired tipple will transport you to a sun-drenched beach.

It wouldn't be British summertime without a glass of fruity Pimm's punch. Make a pitcher for your next gathering with friends, and add plenty of mint leaves, cucumber, orange and strawberries for a fruitier flavour. Turn this sensational summer cup into a Pimm's slushie to keep everyone cool or add a splash of juice and a sprinkling of seeds to make our pomegranate Pimm's.

Try a taste of the tropical with our fun and fruity piña colada. This irresistible blend of creamy coconut, smooth white rum and tangy pineapple is a retro classic for a reason, and is perfect for anyone with a sweet tooth. Garnish with as many kitsch umbrellas, colourful straws and pineapple slices as you can. Fancy something a little lighter? Try our crystal colada with coconut water and Brazilian cachaca.