Sugar cocktail recipes
Sugar cocktail recipes
Ingredient Amount Dry Gin 40 ml Mint liqueur(Green) 20 ml Sugar(* Rimmed with sugar) frosting Garnish Amount Maraschino cherry(* Sink to the bottom) 1 piece MethodShake Glass Cocktail glass Alcohol About 35 % Color Green Flavor Medium sweet Type Short T.P.O All day cocktail Liking ★★★★☆A beautiful cocktail with peppermint green as the southern sea and red cherries as islands and coral. The gin and peppermint liqueur are perfectly matched to create a sweet and rich taste. Winner of the 2nd All Japan Drinks Competition in 1950. Ingredient Amount Dry Gin 35 ml Lychee liqueur 15 ml Lemon juice 10 ml Sugar 1 tsp. MethodShake Glass Cocktail glass Alcohol About 24 % Color Transparency Flavor Sweet and sour Type Short Liking ★★★★★The name means "Nice to meet you" in French. This sweet and sour cocktail has the aroma and sweetness of lychee liqueur, yet is refreshing and has a strong gin flavor in the aftertaste. Created by Kenji Otsuki of Ginza Bar Opa. Ingredient Amount Dark rum 45 ml Sugar cube 1 piece Hot water 90 ml Butter(Unsalted)(* Float) 10 g Arrangement additional ingredient Amount Honey 1/2 tsp. Garnish Amount Cinnamon stick 1 MethodBuild Glass Heatproof glass Ice None Alcohol Normal(9% to 24%) Color Brown (Amber) Flavor Medium sweet and dry Type Hot Liking ★★★★☆The rich aroma of melted butter and rum rises in the steam, warming you from the core. Ingredient Amount Dark rum 45 ml Sugar cube 1 piece Hot milk 90 ml Butter(Unsalted)(* Float) 10 g Arrangement additional ingredient Amount Honey 1/2 tsp. Garnish Amount Cinnamon stick 1 MethodBuild Glass Heatproof glass Ice None Alcohol Normal(9% to 24%) Color Light brown Flavor Medium sweet and dry Type Hot Liking ★★★★☆The rich aroma of melted butter and rum rises in the steam, making this cocktail milky and sweet. Ingredient Amount White rum 45 ml Peach liqueur 15 ml Parfait amour 15 ml Lemon juice 5 ml Sugar(* Rimmed with sugar) frosting Garnish Amount Green mint cherry(* Sink to the bottom) 1 piece MethodShake Glass Cocktail glass Color Purple Flavor Sweet Type Short Liking ★★★★★Sweet and gorgeous, with an image of a fairy. This cocktail commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Imperial Hotel in Japan. Ingredient Amount White rum 45 ml Cut lime(* Or 15 ml of fresh lime juice) 1/4 piece Sugar(* Or sugar syrup) 2 tsp. Mint leaf to taste(12leaves) Soda to taste(45ml) MethodBuild Glass Tumbler Ice with Ice Alcohol Normal(9% to 24%) Color Transparency Flavor Refreshing Type Long 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 3Put ice and pour white rum into a glass and stir.Step 4Finally, pour the soda into a glass to steer 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.Step 5Insert 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.Mojito originated in Havana, the capital of Cuba. It is said that Hemingway, the great writer, was also a favorite drinker. It is characterized by its minty flavor. The refreshing mint flavor and the tartness of lime make it a refreshing cocktail. 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 Sugar cube(* Or sugar 1 tsp.) 1 piece Angostura aromatic bitters 1 dash Garnish Amount Cut orange 1 cut Maraschino cherry 1 piece Lemon peel 1 piece MethodBuild Glass Old fashioned glass(Rock glass) Ice with Ice Alcohol About 32 % Color Brown (Amber) Flavor Medium sweet and dry Type Long drink T.P.O All day cocktail Liking ★★★★★Step 1Put a sugar cube in a rock glass.Step 2Sprinkle with bitters.Step 3Add ice.Step 4Pour in the whiskey.American whiskey-based cocktail. One of the classic whiskey-based cocktails. Born in the mid-19th century. Invented by a bartender for horse racing fans gathering at the Pendennis Club in Louisville, Kentucky, USA, it was named "Old Fashioned" because it resembled the old-fashioned drink "Todi". The contrast between sweetness and bitterness is attractive. Ingredient Amount Whiskey 45 ml Lemon juice 20 ml Sugar 1 tsp. Arrangement additional ingredient Amount Egg white(* Adding it gives it a smoother taste and softens the alcohol taste.) 1 piece MethodShake Glass Sour glass Alcohol About 24 % Color Yellow Flavor Medium sweet and dry T.P.O All day cocktail Liking ★★★★★The sourness of the lemon enhances the mellow flavor of the whiskey, and the sweetness is added to make it easy to drink. Ingredient Amount Brandy 5 ml Dark rum 5 ml Hot coffee 100 ml Granulated sugar 10 g Orange juice 20 ml Garnish Amount Sliced orange 1 slice MethodBuild Glass Heatproof glass Ice None Alcohol Weak(Less than 8%) Color Black Type Hot Liking ★★★★☆A cocktail that is both mellow and refreshing. Coffee drink with orange flair.