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Paloma
Fruity and refreshing
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of Altos Tequila 100 % agave (70 cl)
  • 8 bt. of Three Cents Pink Grapefruit Soda (20 cl)
Other ingredients
Lime juice, agave/honey syrup
Ideal quantity for
14 preparations
How to prepare Paloma
Make a crust of salt on the edge of the glass. Add Altos Tequila (5 cl), lime juice (1.5 cl), agave/honey syrup (1 cl) and mix well until diluted. Add ice and top of Three Cents Pink Grapefruit Soda. Garnish with a slice of grapefruit.
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Boodles & Tonic
British brilliant
You will receive
  • 1 bt. by Gin Boodles (70 cl)
  • 12 bt. by J. Gasco Indian Tonic (20 cl)
Ideal quantity for
14 preparations
How to prepare Boodles & Tonic
Put a handful of crushed ice in a glass. Pour Gin Boodles (5 cl) and tonic water (10 cl), then mix. Massage the peppermint to release its aroma, add to the glass and serve.
Malfy Rosa & Tonic
Italian original
You will receive
  • 1 bt. by Malfy Rosa Gin (70 cl)
  • 12 bt. of tonic water (20 cl)
Ideal quantity for
17 preparations
How to prepare Malfy Rosa & Tonic
Pour the Malfy Rosa Gin (4 cl) and tonic water (10 cl) into a highball glass filled with ice cubes. Mix well. Garnish with a slice of lemon.
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Beefeater & Tonic
The favorite of the Queen's guardians
You will receive
  • 1 bt. by Beefeater Gin (70 cl)
  • 12 bt. of tonic water (20 cl)
Ideal quantity for
14 preparations
How to prepare the Beefeater & Tonic
Pour the Beefeater Gin (5 cl) and tonic water (15 cl) into a highball glass filled with ice cubes and mix well. Finally garnish with a slice of lemon.
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Select Spritz
The authentic Venetian
You will receive
  • 1 bt. by Select (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of Prosecco (75 cl)
Other ingredients
soda
Ideal quantity for
10 preparations
How to prepare the Select Spritz
Pour the prosecco (7.5 cl) into a glass of wine. Add Select (5 cl) and fill with soda (2.5 cl). Garnish with a large green olive.
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Lillet Vive
Perfect for summer
You will receive
  • 1 bt. by Lillet Blanc (70 cl)
  • 12 bt. of tonic water (20 cl)
Ideal quantity for
15 preparations
How to prepare Lillet Vive
In a wine glass filled with ice cubes, pour the Lillet Blanc (5 cl) and tonic water (10 cl), then mix with a cocktail spoon. Add a slice of cucumber, some blueberries, and garnish with strawberries and fresh mint.
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Monte Mule
Ginger meets True Flavor
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of Amaro Montenegro (70 cl)
  • 16 bt. by J. Gasco Ginger Beer (20 cl)
Ideal quantity for
17 preparations
How to prepare Monte Mule
Pour Amaro Montenegro (4 cl), ginger beer (6 cl), lime juice (2 cl) into the glass filled with ice and mix slowly. Serve in a glass and garnish with a lime wedge.
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Absolut Mule
An absolute trend
You will receive
  • 1 bt. by Vodka Absolut (70 cl)
  • 16 bt. of ginger beer (20 cl)
Lime juice
Other ingredients
Ideal quantity for
15 preparations
How to prepare the Absolut Mule
Fill a mule mug with ice cubes. Add Vodka Absolut (4.5 cl) and lime juice (0.5 cl). Complete with ginger beer (12 cl). Decorate with lime.
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Aperitif
Martini
A true cult
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of gin (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of vermouth dry (100 cl)
Ideal quantity for
11 preparations
How to prepare Martini
Pour the gin (6cl) and vermouth (1 cl) into a mixing glass with ice. Mix well. Strain the ice into a cocktail glass. Garnish with an olive.
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Margarita
The taste of Mexico
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of tequila (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of triple sec (70 cl)
Other ingredients
Salt and lemon juice
Ideal quantity for
20 preparations
How to prepare Margarita
Shake the tequila (3.5 cl), triple sec (2 cl) and lemon juice (1.5 cl) with ice. Strain the ice into a cup with the rim sprinkled with salt.
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Daiquiri
Hemingway's favorite Caribbean
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of rum
  • 1 bt. of sugar cane syrup (70 cl)
Other ingredients
Lemon juice
Ideal quantity for
15 preparations
How to prepare Daiquiri
Shake the white rum (4.5 cl), the sugar cane syrup (1.5 cl) and the lemon juice (2.5 cl) with ice. Strain into a cocktail glass.
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Bacardi
Daiquiri with a touch of grenadine
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of rum (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of grenadine (70 cl)
Other ingredients
Lemon juice
Ideal quantity for
15 preparations
How to prepare Bacardi
Shake the white rum (4.5 cl), the grenadine (1 cl) and the lemon juice (2 cl). Strain into a frozen cocktail glass.
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Kir
The French aperitif
You will receive
  • 5 bt. of white wine (75 cl)
  • 1 bt. of cassis cream (70 cl)
Ideal quantity for
40 preparations
How to prepare Kir
Pour the cassis cream (1 cl) into a flute and fill with white wine (9 cl).
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Boulevardier
The grandson of Negroni
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of bourbon whisky (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of red vermouth (100 cl)
  • 1 bt. of Campari (100 cl)
Ideal quantity for
23 preparations
How to prepare Boulevardier
Pour Campari, bourbon and vermouth in equal parts (3 cl) into an ice-filled Old-Fashioned glass. Stir gently. Garnish with a slice of orange.
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Negroni
The most loved Italian cocktail in the world
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of Campari (100 cl)
  • 1 bt. of gin (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of vermouth (100 cl)
Ideal quantity for
23 preparations
How to prepare Negroni
Pour Campari, gin and vermouth in equal parts (3 cl) into an Old-Fashioned glass filled with ice. Stir gently. Garnish with a slice of orange.
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Rubino Negroni
The Negroni with Nebbiolo Vermouth
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of Martini Riserva Speciale Rubino (75 cl)
  • 1 bt. of Martini Bitter (70 cl)
  • Gin Bombay Sapphire (4 cl)
Ideal quantity for
18 preparations
How to prepare Rubino Negroni
Fill an Old-Fashioned with ice, pour the Bombay Gin, the Martini Riserva Rubino Speciale and the Martini Bitter in equal parts (3 cl), mix and add a slice of orange.
Americano
A great Italian classic
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of Campari (100 cl)
  • 1 bt. of red vermouth (100 cl)
Other ingredients
Soda
Ideal quantity for
33 preparations
How to prepare Americano
Mix the Campari (3 cl) and the vermouth (3 cl) in a glass with ice. Add a dash of soda (2 cl) and garnish with lemon zest.
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Aperol Spritz
The king of the aperitif
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of Aperol (100 cl)
  • 2 bt. of Prosecco (75 cl)
Other ingredients
Soda
Ideal quantity for
25 preparations
How to prepare Aperol Spritz
Pour the Prosecco (6 cl), the Aperol (4 cl) and a dash of soda (2 cl) into a wine glass with ice. Garnish with orange slice.
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St. Germain Spritz
The refined Prosecco-based cocktail
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of St. Germain (70 cl)
  • 2 bt. of Prosecco (75 cl)
Ideal quantity for
18 preparations
How to prepare St. Germain Spritz
Fill the glass with ice, pour the St. Germain (4 cl), add prosecco (4 cl) and soda (4 cl).
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Le Grand Fizz
The ideal cocktail for summer
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of Vodka Grey Goose (70 cl)
  • 1 bt of St. Germain (70 cl)
Other ingredients
Soda, juice of 2 lime segments, 3 lime segments
Ideal quantity for
20 preparations
How to prepare Le Grand Fizz
Fill a baloon with ice, pour the Vodka Gray Goose (3.5 cl), the St. Germain (1 cl), the cold soda (6 cl) and the juice of 2 lime segments. Garnish with 3 lime segments.
Hugo
South Tyrolean summer cocktail
You will receive
  • 7 bt. of Prosecco (75 cl)
  • 1 bt. of Elderberry Liqueur (70 cl)
Other ingredients
Soda, fresh mint leaves, a lime slice
Ideal quantity for
20 preparations
How to prepare Hugo
Fill a cocktail glass with Prosecco (15 cl), add a few fresh mint leaves, a slice of lime, a drop of elderberry liqueur (2 cl) and a dash of soda (2 cl).
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Long drinks
Caipirinha
Brazil national cocktail
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of Cachaça (70 cl)
Other ingredients
Lemon juice and sugar
Ideal quantity for
14 preparations
How to prepare Caipirinha
Mix the juice of half a lime and 2 teaspoons of sugar in an Old-Fashioned glass. Fill with ice and cachaça (5 cl).
Moscow Mule
The cocktail of the moment
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of vodka (70 cl)
  • 16 small bottles of ginger beer (20 cl)
Lemon juice
Other ingredients
Ideal quantity for
15 preparations
How to prepare Moscow Mule
Pour vodka (4.5 cl) and ginger beer (12 cl) into a copper cup or an Old-Fashioned glass. Add the lime juice (2 cl) and mix everything gently. Garnish with a slice of lime.
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Gin & Tonic
The great English classic
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of gin (70 cl)
  • 12 small bottles of tonic water (20 cl)
Ideal quantity for
17 preparations
How to prepare Gin & Tonic
Pour the gin (4 cl) and tonic water (10 cl) into a highball glass full of ice cubes. Mix well. Garnish with a slice of lemon.
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Sapphire & Tonic
The quintessence of Gin Tonic
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of Gin Bombay Sapphire (70 cl)
  • 12 small bottles of tonic water (20 cl)
Ideal quantity for
18 preparations
How to prepare Sapphire & Tonic
Fill the ice baloon, pour the Bombay Gin (4 cl), add the tonic water to fill the glass, mix with a slice of lime.
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Mai Tai
The delicious Hawaiian flavor
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of white rum (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of dark rum (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of curaçao (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of barley water (70 cl)
Other ingredients
Lime juice
Ideal quantity for
17 preparations
How to prepare Mai Tai
Shake the white rum (4 cl), the dark rum (2 cl), the curaçao (1.5 cl), the barley water and the lime juice (1 cl) with ice. Serve in a highball glass. Garnish with a slice of pineapple, mint leaves and lime zest.
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Mint Julep
The American Mojito
You will receive
  • 1 bt. bourbon whisky (70 cl)
Other ingredients
Mint, water and sugar
Ideal quantity for
11 preparations
How to prepare Mint Julep
Crush the mint leaves with a teaspoon of sugar and two teaspoons of water in a highball glass. Fill with ice, bourbon (6 cl) and mix. Garnish with mint.
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Sea Breeze
Fresh as the sea breeze
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of vodka (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of cranberry syrup (70 cl)
Other ingredients
Grapefruit juice
Ideal quantity for
17 preparations
How to prepare Sea Breeze
Shake vodka (4 cl), grapefruit juice (8 cl) and (2.5 cl) cranberry syrup with ice. Serve in a highball glass garnished with a slice of lime.
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Perfect Storm
The new trendy cocktail
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of dark rum (70 cl)
  • 12 small bottles of ginger beer (20 cl)
Ideal quantity for
12 preparations
How to prepare Perfect Storm
Pour the dark rum (6 cl) and ginger beer (10 cl) into a highball glass full of ice. Garnish with a slice of lime.
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Cuba Libre
The Cuban rum meets the United States
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of white rum (70 cl)
Other ingredients
Cola and lime juice
Ideal quantity for
14 preparations
How to prepare Cuba Libre
Pour cola (12 cl), white rum (5 cl) and lime juice (1 cl) in a highball glass full of ice. Garnish with a slice of lime.
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Sex on the Beach
The sexiest cocktail
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of vodka (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of peach liqueur (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of cranberry syrup (70 cl)
Other ingredients
Orange juice
Ideal quantity for
15 preparations
How to prepare Sex on the Beach
Pour the vodka (4 cl), the peach liqueur (2 cl), the cranberry syrup (4 cl) and the orange juice (4 cl) into a highball glass full of ice. Garnish with a slice of orange.
Mojito
The national cocktail of Cuba
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of white rum (70 cl)
Other ingredients
Soda, sugar cane and lime
Ideal quantity for
17 preparations
How to prepare Mojito
Crush the mint leaves with two teaspoons of sugar and lime juice (3 cl). Add a dash of soda, rum (4 cl) and crushed ice. Garnish with mint leaves and lime. Serve with straw.
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Long Island Ice Tea
The most alcoholic of Long Drinks
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of vodka (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of tequila (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of white rum (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of gin (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of triple sec (70 cl)
Other ingredients
Cola and lemon juice
Ideal quantity for
47 preparations
How to prepare Long Island Iced Tea
Pour vodka (1.5 cl), tequila (1.5 cl), white rum (1.5 cl), gin (1.5 cl), triple sec (1.5 cl), sugar syrup (3 cl) , lemon juice (2.5 cl) and a splash of cola in a highball. Serve with straw and lemon slice.
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All Day
Cosmopolitan
A contemporary classic
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of lemon vodka (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of triple sec (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of cranberry syrup (70 cl)
Ideal quantity for
17 preparations
How to prepare Cosmopolitan
Shake the vodka (4 cl), the triple sec (1.5 cl), the cranberry syrup (3 cl) and the lime juice (1.5 cl) with ice. Strain the ice and serve in a cocktail cup. Garnish with a slice of lime.
White lady
Fresh with a sour finish
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of gin (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of triple sec (70 cl)
Other ingredients
Lemon juice
Ideal quantity for
17 preparations
How to prepare White Lady
Shake the gin (4 cl), the triple sec (3 cl) and the lemon juice (2 cl) with ice. Strain the ice and serve in a cocktail glass. Garnish with a slice of lime.
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Aviation
The Top Gun cocktail
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of gin (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of maraschino (70 cl)
Other ingredients
Lemon juice
Ideal quantity for
17 preparations
How to prepare Aviation
Shake the gin (4 cl), the maraschino (1.5 cl) and the lemon juice (1.5 cl) with ice. Strain the ice and serve in a cocktail glass. Garnish with a slice of lime.
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Between the Sheets
Sexy and heady
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of cognac (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of white rum (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of triple sec (70 cl)
Other ingredients
Lemon juice
Ideal quantity for
23 preparations
How to prepare Between the Sheets
Shake the cognac (3 cl), the rum (3 cl), the triple sec (3 cl) and the lemon juice (2 cl) with ice. Strain the ice and serve in a cocktail glass.
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French 75
The Champagne with a “Sour” touch
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of Champagne (75 cl)
  • 1 bt. of gin (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of sugar syrup (70 cl)
Ideal quantity for
12 preparations
How to prepare French 75
Shake the gin (3 cl), the lemon juice (1.5 cl) and two teaspoons of sugar syrup with ice. Strain the ice. Add the Champagne (6 cl). Stir gently.
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Angel Face
The perfect match for desserts
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of apricot brandy (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of calvados (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of gin (70 cl)
Ideal quantity for
23 preparations
How to prepare Angel Face
Shake the gin (3 cl), the calvados (3 cl) and the apricot brandy (3 cl) with ice. Strain the ice and serve in a cocktail glass.
After Dinner
Rusty Nail
Frank Sinatra's favourite
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of Scotch whisky (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of Drambuie (70 cl)
Ideal quantity for
15 preparations
How to prepare Rusty Nail
Pour Scotch whiskey (4.5 cl), Drambuie (2.5 cl) into an Old-Fashioned glass with ice. Stir gently. Garnish with lemon zest.
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Black Russian
The most classic after-dinner
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of vodka (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of coffee liqueur (70 cl)
Ideal quantity for
14 preparations
How to prepare Black Russian
Pour the vodka (5 cl) and the coffee liqueur (2 cl) into an Old-Fashioned glass full of ice cubes. Stir gently.
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B52
The king of flaming cocktails
You will receive
  • 1 bt. of coffee liqueur (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of whiskey cream (70 cl)
  • 1 bt. of Grand Marnier (70 cl)
Ideal quantity for
35 preparations
How to prepare B52
Pour the ingredients in layers, starting with the coffee liqueur (2 cl), the whiskey cream (2 cl) and the Grand Marnier (2 cl). Burn the last layer. Serve with a cannula on the side.
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How to classify cocktails

Cocktail generally means a drink obtained by mixing at least three ingredients, one of which is alcoholic.

A first classification can be made according to the volume and the glass where they are served: the shot or shooter in the shot glass (3 - 6 cl), better known in Italy as cicchetto; the short drinks in the cocktail glass (9 - 30 cl) or Martini glass; the medium drinks in low tumblers (18 - 30 cl) such as the Old Fashioned; the long drinks in high tumblers (25 - 40 cl).

Then comes the classification by structure. The first cocktails, now codified as Ancestral, appeared in the early nineteenth century. These drinks consisted of a base liquor sweetened with a little bit of sugar or a dash of a liquor such as Maraschino and Curaçao, bitters and water or ice. Examples of this category are the Old Fashioned and the Sazerac.

Towards the end of the 19th century, vermouth and other fortified wines were added to the Ancestral to dampen alcohol and add complexity and aromas. These cocktails are now classified as Spirit-Forward or French-Italian Drinks. The ingredients are always mixed and never shaken. French vermouths, white and dry, are generally mixed with gin and vodka; while the Italian ones, red and sweet, go well with aged spirits, such as whiskey and rum. They are served smooth or with ice. The fruit makes its appearance only in the form of syrup or garnish: a slice of lemon, orange or a cherry in alcohol. This family includes Martini, Negroni, Americano and Manhattan.

A cocktail that contains only an alcohol base spirit and a non-alcoholic mixer is also called Highball. One of the most commonly used is soda, so that Whiskey & Soda was probably one of the first Highballs, while the most famous are Gin & Tonic and Cuba Libre. Highballs that include ginger ale, ginger beer and lemon or lime juice are called Buck. The most famous of the category, once known as Vodka Buck, is Moscow Mule. Another Highball subcategory includes cocktails prepared with vodka and cranberry juice, which are called Cape Codder, from the region of the United States famous for the cultivation of this fruit. Sea Breeze, Madras, Sex on the Beach and Cosmopolitan belong to this group. Even the cocktails Exotic, Tropical or Tiki, can fall into the Highball category. They evoke exotic atmospheres (Caribbean, Hawaiian, Polynesian, etc.) and their main characteristic is the presence of syrup or fruit juice. Finally, Bloody, whose mixer is tomato juice and of which the Bloody Mary is the progenitor, can also be placed at the extreme of the category.

The Sour cocktails contain an alcoholic base, lime or lemon juice and a third sweetening ingredient, such as sugar, grenadine, triple sec or pineapple juice, to balance its acidity. Daiquiri, Caipirinha, Sidecar and Margarita are classic examples of Sour. This category may include Fizz and Collins, both of which use soda as a filler. The difference between the two is that the Collins, served with ice in the glass from which they take their name, are mixed, while the Fizz are shaken. John Collins and Gin Fizz, which include the same ingredients, differ in the way they are prepared.

According to the definition of Gary Reagan, author of The Joy of Mixology, when a cocktail contains a distillate and a liqueur, it is called Duo, while a Trio involves the addition of another ingredient such as sugar, honey, milk, cream or aromatic herbs. Some of the most famous duo are Black Russian, Godfather and Rusty Nail, while Alexander is the most famous of the Trio. In this category we also find the so-called Dark Drink, whose main ingredient is coffee, and the Gangster, whose base is whiskey, amaretto or cognac.

Julep and crushed are a family of cocktails whose main ingredient is mint leaves, often crushed in the glass with a pestle together with sugar and lime. This category includes Mojito, whose base is the white rum, and Mint Julep, prepared with the barboun.

For Hard Drink we mean cocktails characterized by a paramount presence of distillates, as in the Long Island Iced Tea, which gave rise to a subgroup of Iced Tea, where the various ingredients are replaced with other distillates, liqueurs or mixer. Hard Drinks also include Pousse-coffees or Layered Drinks, where the different densities of the various liqueurs are used to create a multi-layered drink, ranging from two to seven. The B52, consisting of three layers of coffee liqueur, whiskey cream and Grand Marnier is the best known example.

The Champagne Cocktails are those that contain Champagne or sparkling wine, as the French 75, Mimosa, Bellini, Kir Royale.

Flip and Nog are instead characterized by the presence of an egg, shaked with the other ingredients. While egg white can also be found in some Fizz, in this category the egg is whole. The only cocktail of this category recognized by the IBA (International Bartenders Association) is the Port Flip, but the most popular is undoubtedly the Eggnog, an alcoholic drink made from milk, egg, nutmeg, typical of the Christmas period in the Anglo-Saxon world.

Another category of cocktails is the Punch. This term refers to alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, to be served cold or hot, containing fruit or fruit juice. What really differentiates Punch from other cocktails is also the fact that it is served in a large cup (punch bowl), which makes it the ideal cocktail party. Originating in India, its name seems to derive from the Sanskrit word pañca, which means five and which indicates the ingredients necessary for the preparation: alcohol, sugar, lemon, tea and spices.

Mixing techniques

Depending on the structure, each cocktail has its own specific mixing technique to blend the ingredients together.

Shaking consists of stirring the ingredients vigorously for 10-20 seconds in a shaker full of ice. It is used when the cocktail is made up of ingredients which, having different consistencies, need to be better mixed together, such as fruit juices, syrups, cream liqueurs, milk, eggs. The mixture thus obtained can be served straight up, meaning in a cup without ice, or on the rocks, in a low tumbler with new ice. Shaking can be followed by straining, or the filtering of ice and other residues: in this case one speaks of shake and strain; if instead the cocktail is served with shaken ice, it is called shake and pour.

The technique of pouring the ingredients into the glass and mixing them with a stirrer or bar spoon is called stirring. More delicate than shaking, it is used when the cocktail is composed of two or more spirits of similar consistency that must be mixed together and diluted with a small amount of ice.

If the ingredients are poured one on the other in the glass we speak of building. It is used for Layered Drinks, where the ingredients must be served in layers. This technique allows the preparation of flaming cocktails, whose last layer, composed of distillates with high alcohol content, are burned.

Muddling consists of crushing ingredients such as mint leaves, lime and sugar in a mortar in order to release their essences. It is used for Julep and muddled cocktails.

Finally, a ultimate mixing technique is that of blending, used for the preparation of frozen cocktails, which consists in merging the ingredients in a blender to obtain a soft granita.

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