Popular Cocktails Maryville Tennessee
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The Pisco Sour, made with the Peruvian and Chilean national spirit pisco. Also, with lime, syrup and an optional egg white, is appropriate for any occasion.
The Paloma is among the most-loved tequila drinks at VinePair. The Paloma mixes tequila and grapefruit. Avion, Spindrift grapefruit soda, and a squeeze of fresh lime work best. Also, you can switch it up with seasonal ingredients, or substitute tequila or smoky mezcal.
The French 75 calls for gin, lemon juice, sugar, and Champagne. It’s a classy affair, but can also be found as one of our favorite canned cocktails.
The Sazerac has slipped from its former top 10 status, but its staying power is clear. The drink originated in the 1850s in New Orleans, and remains entwined with Crescent City culture. Make it with rye or brandy, along with Demerara syrup, Peychaud’s Bitters, a lemon twist, and absinthe as needed.
The tiki-est of tiki cocktails, the Mai Tai was hard to resist among the world’s drinkers last year. Its recipe includes different varieties of rum, orange juice, triple sec, and several sweeteners.
The Boulevardier is the Negroni’s fraternal twin that utilizes whiskey instead of gin. It’s equal parts rye, amaro, and sweet vermouth. Garnish with an orange twist, and you’ve got yourself an afternoon.
The Clover Club, named after a men’s club in Philadelphia, but for us is synonymous with the eponymous premiere cocktail club in Brooklyn. The bright pink drink contains gin, lemon juice, raspberry syrup, and an egg white.
Come shop all of these liquors at the Wine and Spirits Cellar.