Cocktail Recipes Maryville, Tennessee
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Fruity, bright, and crushable, this tiki cocktail was first invented in Hollywood, Calif. by bartender “Don The Beachcomber” in 1934. The cocktail consists of lime, lemon, and pineapple juices. Also, passion fruit syrup, Angostura bitters, brown sugar, and three different types of rum (light, dark, and 151-proof).
Bartenders around the world are showing their love for amari, pushing the category into the mainstream. This cocktail is a simple combination of Fernet-Branca, gin, and vermouth.
The Vodka Martini spiked in popularity in 2017, dropping four spots since its peak. It’s pretty basic. It is a shot of chilled vodka mixed with a little dry vermouth — but is somehow still in demand at the world’s best cocktail bars.
Brazil’s national cocktail, the Caipirinha. It had its moment in the spotlight during the 2016 Olympics in Rio. The cocktail is made with Brazil’s national spirit, cachaça, along with sugar and lime.
The original Tom Collins recipe calls for gin, lemon, and soda water. Essentially, it’s a spritzy lemonade for grownups.
We may have sherry’s resurgence to thank for the Bamboo, a cocktail made with one-and-a-half parts sherry, one-and-a-half parts dry vermouth. Also, two dashes Angostura bitters, and two dashes orange bitters.
Developed by bartender Julio Bermejo of San Francisco’s Tommy’s Mexican Restaurant in the 1990s. The Tommy’s Margarita doubles the amount of agave in the traditional Margarita by swapping out the orange liqueur for agave syrup. You’ve had your share of Tommy’s Margaritas without even realizing it.\
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