Alabama Slammer cocktail is one of the most smashing drinks of the cocktail family and undoubtedly extremely popular. It has unbelievably simple ingredients and recipe, but definitely a gorgeous name and taste. Basic ingredients of this ravishing cocktail are simple vodka, sloe gin and Southern Comfort.
This US originated cocktail is a big hit amongst slow drinkers and starters in the custom. Its promising taste along with its glamorous looks gives the perfect tongue twist with the right kick. Allow a few rounds of this complimenting cocktail to take the feet off the ground. Continue reading
Flaming Volcano is a cocktail made of rum, brandy, orange juice, pineapple juice, almond syrup and other ingredients are also used at times. It is a group cocktail that is served in a special ceramic bowl which is also known as a volcano bowl. The center of the bowl has a smaller crater which contains the flammable liqueur. While serving, the crater liquid is ignited to give the appearance of a flaming volcano. Continue reading
The Death in the Afternoon cocktail is one of Hemingway’s most remarkable contributions to the world of cocktails; undoubtedly it was among one of Hemingway’s favorite drinks. This drink comprises of a mixture of absinthe and champagne.
After taking a few rounds of this drink and enjoying the kick it gives, one cannot help but agree that Hemingway had righteously chosen to name it Death in the Afternoon!
Simon Difford gave the drink 3 out of 5 and also added that the flavor of absinthe dominated the drink along with ‘hints of cutrus and biscuit champagne’. Continue reading
Also known as Ramos fizz, Ramos Gin Fizz is one of the most favoured cocktail in the Fizz family. It is actually an acidic juice mixed with carbonated water. Its special features are egg whites and orange flower water. This gives a unique taste and flavour to the fizz, which can hardly be compared with any other drink.
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Pink Gin is a cocktail endemic to the English people of the United Kingdom that had become somewhat of a style statement in the 19th century. The foundation of this beverage was laid by the Britishers. It consists of Plymouth gin, gentian, and a dash of ‘pink’, thereby making a reference to Angostura bitters. Angostura bitters is actually a dark and red derivative of gentian and spices. It is also known as Gin and Bitters and uses lemon rind to garnish and give it a unique flavour. Continue reading