Paradise Cocktail is an aperitif (pre-dinner) drink. It is one of the classic cocktails, and a nice accompaniment on summer evening dinners. This drink was invented by Harry Craddock in 1930 and was featured in his book, The Savoy Cocktail Book.
In order to make this cocktail, you need gin, Read more
The Modernista, also known as the Modern Maid Cocktail, is a scotch/absinthe cocktail. This beverage is not for the faint hearted since it is challenging to make due the fact that Swedish Punsch is a hard to find ingredient. Nevertheless, you can use any rum-flavored liqueur to take place of the Swedish Punsch. Aside from that, any cocktail with a Scotch base is difficult to mix with other ingredients unless you know what you are doing. Read more
According to Trevor Kallies, one of Vancouver’s beer cocktail evangelist and a winner of France’s Annual Craft of Cointreau bartending competition, “the beer cocktail has been around for a while but it is growing and growing really fast.” Read more
Rob Roy cocktail is an IBA Official Cocktail made up of whisky and vermouth. It was created by a bartender at Waldorf Hotel in New York City during the introduction of the Dewar’s Scotch Whisky in the United States.
This mixed drink has similar qualities of a Manhattan cocktail except that the Rob Roy uses vermouth instead of rye. This drink also has sweet, dry and perfect version. The standard version of Rob Roy is made of sweet vermouth, thus there is no need to indicate if you need a sweet Rob Roy; Read more
The Negroni cocktail is an International Bartenders Association (IBA) Official Cocktail, and it is an aperitif drink – a drink served before a meal to stimulate the appetite. This cocktail is made up of gin, vermouth and bitters. This cocktail was reportedly invented in 1919 at Florence, Italy by Count Camillo Negroni when he asked the bartender to strengthen his usual cocktail (Americano cocktail) by replacing soda with gin.