Various homemade cocktails with garnishes
Cocktail Recipes

New Cocktail Recipes

  • IngredientAmount
    Tanqueray30 ml
    Frangelico20 ml
    Mint liqueur(White)1 tsp.
    Vanilla ice cream10 ml
    GarnishAmount
    Mint leaf1 stem
    Sliced almonds(* Float)small amount
    Method
    Shake
    GlassCocktail glass
    AlcoholAbout 26 %
    ColorWhite
    FlavorMedium sweet and dry
    TypeShort
    Liking★★★★★
    The flavor of hazelnuts has a strong sweetness, but the alcohol of the gin is still present. 1999 Winner in the short category of the 5th YOKOHAMA Cocktail Club Cocktail Competition. Created by Yasuaki Asakawa.
    Feb 25, 2024
  • IngredientAmount
    Tequila(* Keep well chilled)60 ml
    Beer(* Keep well chilled)Full up (120ml)
    Method
    Build
    GlassPilsner glass
    IceNone
    AlcoholAbout 16 %
    ColorBrown (Amber)
    FlavorMedium dry
    TypeLong drink
    Liking★★★★☆
    A cocktail in which a shot glass of tequila is submerged inside a glass of beer. It was invented for people for whom beer alone is not enough. The drink starts out as beer, but as you drink it, the flavor of tequila spreads, and you can get drunk quickly. If bourbon is added, the cocktail becomes a "Boiler Maker".
    Feb 25, 2024
  • IngredientAmount
    Brandy45 ml
    Sugar syrup15 ml
    Mint leafto taste(12 leaves)
    Soda20 ml
    GarnishAmount
    Mint leaf1 stem
    Method
    Build
    GlassTumbler
    IceCrushed ice
    AlcoholNormal(9% to 24%)
    ColorBrown (Amber)
    FlavorSweet
    TypeLong drink,Julep
    Liking★★★★★
    Step 1Put the sugar syrup and mint leaves in a glass. Mash the mint leaves gently with a pestle until fragrant. Be careful not to mash the mint too much, as they will become too bitter and difficult to drink. Since mint stems tend to be edgy, remove the stems and add only the leaves for a more elegant flavor.
    Step 2Fill a glass with crushed ice, pour brandy into a glass and stir.
    Step 3Pour the soda into the glass and stir gently.
    Step 4Insert two straws and garnish with mint. Garnish the mint leaves on top by tapping them once lightly with the palm of your hand to make the aroma rise.
    This cocktail replaces the bourbon in the "Mint Julep" with brandy. A sweet taste with the rich aroma of brandy and the refreshing taste of mint.
    Feb 25, 2024
  • IngredientAmount
    White rum45 ml
    Cocalero(Clasico)30 ml
    Cut lime(* 1/8 piece)1 cut
    Sugar2 tsp.
    Mint leafto taste(12 leaves)
    Soda90 ml
    GarnishAmount
    Mint leaf3 stems
    Method
    Build
    GlassCollins glass
    Icewith Ice
    AlcoholAbout 14 %
    ColorGreen
    FlavorRefreshing
    TypeLong drink,Mojito
    Liking★★★★☆
    Step 1Put the cut lime and sugar in a glass.
    Step 2Next, add the mint leaves and mash them gently with a pestle until they are fragrant. Be careful not to mash the mint leaves too much, as they will become too bitter and difficult to drink. Mash the mint leaves to the extent that the bulk of the mint is reduced. Since mint stems tend to be edgy, remove the stems and add only the leaves for a more elegant flavor.
    Step 3Fill the glass with ice.
    Step 4Pour white rum and cocalero (clasico) into a glass and stir.
    Step 5Finally, pour the soda into a glass to steer.
    Step 6Garnish with mint. Garnish the mint leaves on top by tapping them once lightly with the palm of your hand to make the aroma rise.
    A Cocalero twist on the classic summer cocktail, the "Mojito". The refreshing aroma of mint and the herbal flavor of cocarello added to the mojito give it a refreshing taste. This recipe was created in collaboration with Resident Evil and Cocalero to commemorate the release of "Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness". The image is of a green liquid (Cocalero) reminiscent of a virus being researched and developed, and mint, a green herb famous as a panacea.
    Feb 17, 2024
  • IngredientAmount
    Dry Gin60 ml
    Orange bitters2 dashes
    Method
    Stir
    GlassCocktail glass
    AlcoholAbout 34 %
    ColorTransparency
    FlavorDry
    TypeShort
    T.P.OAperitif(Pre dinner cocktail)
    Liking★★★★☆
    The name comes from the small amount of orange bitters that gives the gin a subtle yellow tint. The gin flavor has the bitter taste of orange bitters. If the orange bitters are replaced by angostura bitters, the result is "Pink Gin".
    Feb 17, 2024
  • IngredientAmount
    Dry Gin60 ml
    Angostura aromatic bitters2 dash
    Method
    Stir
    GlassCocktail glass
    AlcoholAbout 34 %
    ColorPink
    FlavorDry
    TypeShort
    T.P.OAperitif(Pre dinner cocktail)
    Liking★★★★☆
    The name comes from the small amount of Angostura bitters that gives the gin its pink color. This cocktail originated as an aperitif for British naval officers in the old days. It has a sharp and deep taste with a strong bitter flavor of bitters. The same ingredients can be used in a build to make a "Gin and Bitters". If you substitute orange bitters for bitters, you get "Yellow Gin".
    Feb 17, 2024
  • IngredientAmount
    Monin caramel syrup15 ml
    Milk100 ml
    Iced coffee50 ml
    Method
    Build
    GlassTumbler
    Icewith Ice
    AlcoholNon-alcoholic(0%)
    ColorLight brown
    FlavorMilky
    TypeNon-alcoholic
    Liking★★★★★
    A sweet, milky iced café au lait with plenty of caramel sweetness.
    Feb 17, 2024
    Mocktail
  • IngredientAmount
    Sake60 ml
    Sugar syrup1 tsp.
    Cut lime(* 1/4 piece)1 cut
    Mint leafto taste(12 leaves)
    Sodato taste(60 ml)
    GarnishAmount
    Mint leaf1 stem
    Method
    Build
    GlassCollins glass
    IceCrushed ice
    AlcoholWeak(Less than 8%)
    ColorTransparency
    FlavorRefreshing
    TypeLong drink,Mojito
    Liking★★★★☆
    Step 1Put the cut lime and sugar syrup in a glass.
    Step 2Next, add the mint leaves and mash them gently with a pestle until they are fragrant. Be careful not to mash the mint leaves too much, as they will become too bitter and difficult to drink. Mash the mint leaves to the extent that the bulk of the mint is reduced. Since mint stems tend to be edgy, remove the stems and add only the leaves for a more elegant flavor.
    Step 3Fill the glass with ice.
    Step 4Pour sake into a glass and stir.
    Step 5Finally, pour the soda into a glass to steer.
    Step 6Garnish with mint. Garnish the mint leaves on top by tapping them once lightly with the palm of your hand to make the aroma rise.
    A mojito with the refreshing taste of mint made with sake.
    Feb 17, 2024
  • IngredientAmount
    Cocalero(Clasico)(* Keep cool in the freezer.)30 ml
    Yogurt liqueur(* Keep well chilled.)40 ml
    Cut lime(* Finally, Squeeze.)1 cut
    Method
    Build (Pousse-Cafe style)
    GlassBomb glass
    IceNone
    AlcoholAbout 21 %
    ColorMultiple colors
    FlavorSweet
    Liking★★★★☆
    Step 1Keep the cocalero chilled in the freezer and the energy drink chilled in the refrigerator.
    Step 2Pour chilled energy drink into the bottom of the bomb glass.
    Step 3Pour the chilled cocalero into the top of the bomb glass, making sure not to mix it, so that there are two layers, top and bottom.
    Step 4Squeeze cut lime from above.
    When the cocalero and yogurt liqueur are not mixed, the drink is downed in one gulp, just like the shot, and the taste is like the sour sweetness of the yogurt liqueur with a hint of the herbal taste of the cocalero. The yogurt liqueur flavor is more assertive.
    Feb 10, 2024
  • IngredientAmount
    Cocalero(Clasico)30 ml
    Cola120 ml
    GarnishAmount
    Cut lime1 cut
    Method
    Build
    GlassCollins glass
    Icewith Ice
    AlcoholAbout 5 %
    ColorBlack
    FlavorMedium sweet
    TypeLong drink
    Liking★★★★☆
    The cocalero aroma matches the cola and tastes like a fine craft cola. The sweetness of the cola seems to be slightly tempered by the herbal taste of the cocalero, and there is a herbal taste of cocalero in the aftertaste.
    Feb 10, 2024