Tuesday, July 17, 2018 | ePaper

Easy cocktail recipes to spice up your New Year party

  • Print


Grant’s Espresso Martini with a scotch twist
Ingredients
50ml - Grant’s Family Reserve
1 Shot Espresso
25ml - Kahlua
Method
* Make an espresso and fill shaker with ice.
* Add all the ingredients and shake.
* Strain and garnish with coffee beans.

Rusty Nail

Ingredients
50ml - Grant's Family Reserve
25ml - Drambuie
Lemon Twist or Orange Rind
Method
* Add ice to the glass.
* Add Grants whisky and Drambuie to the glass and stir.
* Garnish with a lemon twist or orange rind.


The Irish Mule 
Ingredients
59ml - Irish whiskey
177ml - Ginger beer (or more)
Juice of half a lime (about 29ml)
Lime slices (optional, for garnish)
Mint sprig (optional, for garnish)
Ice
Method
* Fill a copper mug (or other glass)
with ice.
* Pour in whiskey and lime juice, top
with ginger beer.
* Stir to mix, garnish with lime slices
and mint sprig.

Ballantine’s 12 Raspberry Collins
Ingredients
50ml - Ballantine’s 12 Year Old
12.5ml - Raspberry purée
12.5ml - Lemon juice
12.5ml - Sugar syrup
5-6 - Fresh raspberries
Soda water
Ice, Lemon
Method
* Drop 3-4 fresh raspberries into a
highball glass and lightly bruise with the back of a bar spoon.
* Add 50ml of Ballantine's 12 Year Old, 12.5ml of lemon juice, 12.5ml of sugar syrup and 12.5ml
of raspberry purée.
* Add ice and top with soda water.
* Stir mixture together to ensure that the liquid and fruit is evenly distributed.
* Garnish with two fresh raspberries and a lemon slice.

More News For this Category

A British landmark in Shimla set to  become wellness centre for tourists

A British landmark in Shimla set to become wellness centre for tourists

Weekend Plus Desk :After reducing another British colonial landmark to rubble, the state government is now coming up with a wellness-cum-interpretation centre to attract tourists to this place, now

Add sweetness to your weekend with popsicles, cookies and tarts

Add sweetness to your weekend with popsicles, cookies and tarts

Weekend Plus Desk :Not only a sweet treat, chocolates are like love potions that can put most people under a spell. The rich brown liquid, blessed with the goodness

Liberal Europe isn’t dead yet, but its defenders face a long, hard struggle

Liberal Europe isn’t dead yet, but its defenders face a long, hard struggle

The guardian :One of the most memorable book titles in the English language is The Strange Death of Liberal England. Are we now witnessing the strange death of liberal

Truth is never missing

-M Mizanur RahmanUphold the truth, you must not dieof ephemeral death!Actually right is might, that's the faith, tell the truth and not to fight shy!The coward dies before death,

Simplicity

    -Tahia TabassumSimplicity you are, The most gorgeous pearl to cover, Why does it need to cover? It needs some green for the river. Simplicity you dynamic, The diamond

Kalidasa: The Great Poet

Kalidasa: The Great Poet

Literature Desk :Kalidasa was a renowned Classical Sanskrit writer, widely regarded as the greatest poet and dramatist in the Sanskrit language. His floruit cannot be dated with precision, but

Poet Begum Sufia Kamal

Poet Begum Sufia Kamal

Ahmad Kabir :Begum Sufia Kamal (1911-1999) poet, litterateur, social activist, feminist, was born on 20 June 1911 in a landowning family of Shayestabad, in Barisal. Begum Sufia Kamal was

What  should be your  daily  intake  of milk?  Is it good only for kids?

What should be your daily intake of milk? Is it good only for kids?

Weekend Plus DeskMilk is often considered as a complete diet, especially for those who are vegetarians. It occupies a special place in Ayurveda for its nutritional and digestive properties.

Is it safe for diabetics to eat mangoes?

Is it safe for diabetics to eat mangoes?

Weekend Plus Desk :Mangoes are synonymous with summer and the only good thing offered in the scorching heat. The juicy yellow pulp is loaded with the goodness of fibre,

Culture of BangladeshMohd Siddiqur Rahman

Culture of BangladeshMohd Siddiqur Rahman

Those who are born in 1940’s, not accustomed to seeing that some of our children are inadequately dressed or dressed in tight pants and shirts and moving in public