Tag archive: cocktail recipes

The Sidecar Cocktail

The Sidecar cocktail would be a great addition to any elegant party, but even to an outdoor or girls’ party, because it has a very classy and optimistic look in its cocktail glass with sugared rims and the wonderful orange color given by the triple sec and the lemon or orange rinds that garnish it.

The Martini Cocktail

The Martini cocktail is one of the most popular drinks in the world, but perhaps it would have never gained such recognition if it hadn’t been for the Prohibition era in America, which facilitated the illegal smuggling of quality gin when whiskey or scotch – more popular drinks – were hard to come by.

The Jack Rose Cocktail

We know very little about the actual origins of the delicious Jack Rose cocktail, and the main disputes target its name origin; the most likely explanation is that the name comes from the actual ingredients, which are applejack brandy and the red-colored grenadine.

The Sazerac Cocktail

The Sazerac cocktail is considered the oldest American cocktail because we have very specific facts about its creation, which began in 1850 when a businessman by the name of Sewell T. Taylor first started importing the original cognac used in the recipe, the Sazerac de Forge et Fils.

The Cuba Libre Cocktail

The Cuba Libre cocktail is still one of the most popular mixed drinks in the world, even though it is over 100 years old; while its first inventor isn’t known, the original recipe is, because it only contains three basic ingredients: white rum, coca cola and lime juice in certain parts of the world.

The Daiquiri Cocktail

The Daiquiri cocktail is considered one of the six basic drinks, and while it originated in Cuba, it subsequently became very popular in the U.S., where it was the favorite drink of personalities like President John F. Kennedy and American writer Ernest Hemingway, who even had a variation of the drink named after him

Cosmopolitan Cocktail

The Cosmopolitan Cocktail is one of the most popular cocktails ever created, and it is generally believed it was first developed in the 1970s, after which it spread across the US and subsequently became the favorite drink of Carrie Bradshaw, the main character from the famous TV series Sex and the City.