Latest Cocktails Recipes

Below you will find a complete list of Cocktails recipes including the popular and the lesser known recipes. There are a lot of different tastes when it comes to food, so it’s best to experiment with a variety of different dishes before deciding what you like best.
  • Like the sun rising over the tropical beach, the glow of the grenadine peeps through the brandy and orange.

  • No Chinese games here, and you may not be walking in perfect straight lines if you drink too many!

  • Whether it is named after the real bird or after bugs bunny’s famous companion, this is a cocktail for slowing down after a fast-moving day, not for speeding things up.

  • A long drink made with syrup and fresh fruit garnishes, Sherry Cobbler is the original, but there are now numerous and often more potent variations.

  • The traditional way to drink tequila is to shake a little slat on the back of your hand between the thumb and forefinger and, holding a wedge of lemon or …

  • This is one cocktail that you shouldn’t rush when making, or you will spoil the attractive sunrise effect produced by the grenadine slowly spreading though the orange juice.

  • Spain’s historical associations with Mexico has left many legacies- not least a taste for bullfighting- although whether this cocktail is named in tribute to the animal or because it makes …

  • The perfect lift when recovering and a marvelous energy boost when you’re feeling a little bit under the weather.

  • A lovely creamy concoction that is popular as an after-dinner cocktail. The original was the Alexander, a gin-based drink.

  • It cannot lay claim to being the first or even the only classic, but it has all the characteristic hallmarks of sophistication associated with cocktails.

  • ‘A rose by any other name…’ – this pretty cocktail has, rightly, inspired roses across the world. It is truly a thing of beauty and a joy forever.

  • As the name of this cocktail always seems to imply romance and hints that the sheets in question are, at the very least, satin, make it for two people. Certainly, …

  • Although elaborate concoctions are great fun to mix – and drink – some of the best cocktails are the simplest. B&B – brandy and Benedictine – couldn’t be easier, but …

  • Cointreau is the best known brandy of the orange flavored liqueur, or you could use triple sec. it is drier and stronger that Curacao and is always colorless.

  • Aptly named, this is refreshing, clean-tasting cocktail to tantalize the taste buds and make you sit up and take notice. However, bear in mind that it packs a punch and …

  • The 1960s and 1970s saw the meteoric rise in popularity of this simple, long drink, perhaps because of highly successful marketing by Bacardi brand rum, the original white Cuban rum …

  • Derived from a Hindi word meaning five, punch is so called because, traditionally, it contained five ingredients. These should also include four basic flavors – strong, weak, sour and sweet.

  • Daiquiri is a town in Cuba, where this drink was said to have been invented in the early part of 20th century. A businessman had run out of gin, and …

  • This cocktail always inspires elaborate decoration- sometimes so much so that you can be in danger of stabbing your nose on a cocktail stick when you are trying to drink …

  • This is one of many cocktails that has changed from its original recipe over the years. To begin with, it was always rum-based and did not include any fruit juice. …

Cocktails Recipes

Cocktails are as much delight to the eyes as to the palate. They are flavorsome, fun, and designed to be shared. They are simply mixed drinks, usually based on one or more spirits or liqueurs and flavoured with fruit juices, syrups, spices and other mixers.