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Also known as a Martini glass. The shape of the glass helps keep ingredients from separating, and the stem allows the drink to stay cool while holding. Holds 4 to 6 ounces.
Refreshing martini with a hint of cucumber!
Enjoy an alternative to the classic Amaretto Sour without the sour grimace ...
An old classic you can still find today, if you know where to look!
My first pre dinner cocktail
By Mufti Hakim
i intend to publish this cocktail to gain more knowledge about new cocktails
By vimukthi sumathiratne
Corpse Reviver #1 must have existed yet nobody seems to remeber it. #2 has a crisp and light taste and will regenerate the drinker.
This is one of my favorite martinis! If you are afraid to drink gin, this drink will change your mind. The Lemon Gingerini incorporates ginger syrup (very easy to make at home, or substitute with fresh ginger), gin, and lemon to produce a slightly herbal and incredibly refreshing drink.
A favorite among the patrons of the MGM Grand Hotel and Bellagio Hotel.
Nice little drink found in a magasine.
Tastes much like the soft drink of the same name.
A girly drink all will appreciate, even if you don't like gin.
A spicy twist on a traditional Margarita.
A light fruity caribbean cocktail
A very tasty combination good at any time, but goes down well with a coffee at the end of a good meal.
A light refreshing twist on the classic gimlet.