Grenadine syrup cocktail recipes
Grenadine syrup cocktail recipes
Ingredient Amount Dry Gin 30 ml Grapefruit juice 15 ml Lemon juice 15 ml Grenadine syrup 1 tsp. MethodShake Glass Cocktail glass Alcohol About 17 % Color Red Flavor Sweet and sour Liking ★★★★☆Cocktail with a sweet and sour citrus refreshing taste. Ingredient Amount White rum 50 ml Grenadine syrup 2 tsp. Lime juice 2 tsp. MethodShake Glass Cocktail glass Alcohol About 34 % Color Red Flavor Medium sweet and dry Liking ★★★★☆This cocktail is named after Santiago, where rum is produced. The addition of a subtle sweetness and sourness enhances the flavor of the rum. The sweetness of the grenadine syrup goes well with the rum, and the tartness of the lime flavor pulls the whole taste together. Ingredient Amount White rum(* Ronrico white rum) 30 ml Grapefruit juice 15 ml Grenadine syrup 1 tsp. MethodShake Glass Cocktail glass Alcohol About 25 % Color Red Liking ★★★☆☆ Ingredient Amount White rum 45 ml Lime juice 15 ml Grenadine syrup 1 tsp. MethodShake Glass Cocktail glass Alcohol About 27 % Color Pink Flavor Middle Type Short T.P.O All day cocktail Liking ★★★★☆The sourness of the lime is pleasant and the flavor of the lamb stands out. Pink daiquiri made from Bacardi rum is called Bacardi. Ingredient Amount White rum 20 ml Amaretto 10 ml Framboise liqueur 10 ml Lemon juice 1 tsp. Grenadine syrup 1 tsp. Egg white 1/2 piece Fresh cream(* Finally, float) 10 ml MethodShake Glass Cocktail glass Alcohol Normal(9% to 24%) Color Orange Flavor Medium sweet and dry Type Short Liking ★★★★☆Beautiful color, sweet and easy to drink. Created by Takashi Kimishima, it won the first prize in the 14th H.B.A. Creative Cocktail Competition in 1985. Ingredient Amount White rum 30 ml Dry vermouth 15 ml Orange curacao 15 ml Grenadine syrup 1 tsp. MethodStir Glass Cocktail glass Alcohol About 34 % Color Orange Flavor Medium sweet and dry Type Short T.P.O All day cocktail Liking ★★★★★This name means president in Spanish. An original cocktail from the hotel of the same name in Mexico. This cocktail is dry with a hint of dry vermouth and sweetened with orange curacao. Ingredient Amount White rum 30 ml Gold rum 30 ml Dark rum 30 ml Apricot brandy 15 ml Orange juice 20 ml Pineapple juice 10 ml Lemon juice 10 ml Grenadine syrup 10 ml Garnish Amount Cut orange 1 cut Maraschino cherry 1 piece Mint leaf 1 stem MethodShake Glass Collins glass Ice with Ice Alcohol About 22 % Color Red Flavor Medium sweet and dry Type Long drink Liking ★★★★☆The three rums overlap in flavor, making it very refreshing, fruity, tropical, and easy to drink, but because it is a long cocktail with a high alcohol content, the total alcohol content when consumed is high, making it a bit dangerous. Audrey Hepburn drinks this cocktail in the party scene of the movie "Breakfast at Tiffany's." The original Zombie Cocktail was created by Donn Beach for his restaurant Donn the Beachcomber in 1934. Donn is said to have created this drink for a man who needed help curing a hangover before a business meeting. This hungover customer returned to Donn's bar a few days later and complained that the drink had made him a "zombie" for the entire trip. Donn the Beachcomber, along with many other bars and restaurants that serve the drink, limits customers to two bottles per person, and Donn explains that the drink can make a person "like the walking dead" because of its eye-popping alcohol content. Ingredient Amount Tequila 45 ml Orange juice 90 ml Grenadine syrup(* Finally, pour gently and let it settle to the bottom of the glass.) 2 tsp. MethodBuild Glass Champagne flute Ice with Ice Alcohol Normal(9% to 24%) Color Orange Flavor Medium sweet and dry Type Long drink Liking ★★★☆☆This cocktail originated in Mexico and has a very nice gradation like the sky created by the rising sun and the morning sky. The unique flavor of tequila is matched with the juice of orange juice, creating a refreshing taste. The tequila flavor is stronger, so if you use a ratio of 1:4, it will be fruity and easy to drink even for people who don't like tequila. If the bottom of the glass is round, the grenadine syrup spreads beautifully and the red color at the bottom becomes beautiful. Mick Jagger, vocalist of the Rolling Stones, became a big fan of this cocktail after drinking it during a concert in Mexico around 1972, and it spread around the world. Ingredient Amount Bourbon whiskey(* Or rye whiskey) 45 ml Lime juice 15 ml Grenadine syrup 1/2 tsp. Sugar 1 tsp. Arrangement additional ingredient Amount Sliced orange(* Shake with a slice of orange in the shaker for an even more fragrant cocktail) 1 slice Garnish Amount Orange peel(* Finally, shave off a thumb-sized piece of orange peel with the edge of the glass to transfer the aroma and bitterness of the peel.) 1 cut MethodShake Glass Cocktail glass Alcohol About 25 % Color Orange Flavor Medium sweet and dry Liking ★★★★★The vividness of the orange color reminiscent of the sunrise in New York. The taste is a clean and sharp urban impression. Ingredient Amount Bourbon whiskey 45 ml Lime juice 10 ml Lemon juice 20 ml Grenadine syrup 1 tsp. Sugar syrup 10 ml Soda 135 ml Garnish Amount Sliced lemon 1 slice MethodShake & Build Glass Collins glass Ice with Ice Alcohol About 13.3 % Color Red Flavor Sour Liking ★★★★☆This cocktail is quite sour.