A cocktail is a blend of flavors that contains one or more mixture of alcoholic beverages with citrus, fruit flavors, juices, milk or creams. In some they even get to prepare with sugar, honey or spices, as the diversity of combinations and mixtures can be infinite.
Almost everyone likes to drink a drink and the variety that exists in the world of mixology increasingly transcends to a more evolutionary, sophisticated era of flavors and exotic mixtures. But let’s not forget that classic cocktails are lifelong and most genuine cocktails. Some with flavors so perfect that they will never go out of fashion. In this article we discover what are the famous cocktails that have always been so famous and that you would like to rebound.
It is not known for sure what its origin is, but it turned into a classic cocktail, as some famous people saw themselves consuming this cocktail repeatedly. Among them was Madonna and Sarah Jessica Parker.
- 1 1/2 Oz. Citron Vodka (lemon flavored) (1 ounce is 28 g)
- 1 Oz. Cointreau
- 1 Oz. Lime Juice
- 2 Oz. Blueberry Juice
All ingredients are poured into a shaker filled with ice and stirred very well. It is served in a glass without ice, adorned with a slice or lime crust. The edge of the glass can be moistened with lime juice or sugar.
This version dates back to a restaurant in Rancho La Gloria, between Tijuana and Rosarito. It was created for a dancer who was allergy to many liqueurs except tequila and that’s where they created this authentic cocktail.
- 1 horse (small glass) of tequila.
- 1 pinch of triple sec.
- Juice of 1/2 lime or lemon.
In the glass where we are going to prepare the cocktail add plenty of crushed ice and pour the ingredients, We decorate with a slice of lime or lemon, with the glass frosty on its edge with salt.
It tells the story that this drink was invented in the 16th century when an English corsair devised this drink with brandy (raw unaged rum), with the need to add the other ingredients and devise a perfect combination. Today it is prepared with Cuban rum and is the most sought-after drink on the summer terraces.
- 4 cl white cuban rum
- 3 cl lime juice
- 2 teaspoons white cane sugar
- 6 peppermint leaves
- Crushed ice
- 1 slice of lemon and 1 spearmint branch to garnish.
- Optionally, a few drops of angostura, a drink that enhances the flavors.
Add sugar, lime juice and peppermint leaves in a glass. We squeeze or lightly crush the leaves to bring out their essence.
Add a little soda and fill the glass with crushed ice where we will pour the rum and complete with soda. Stir and garnish with a slice of lemon and some spearmint branches.
Its fame dates back to the publications and mention of several American newspapers since 1950, which had been collected from Cuba. But his invention may be started with the design of a 19th-century captain.
- 3 cl of white rum.
- 3 cl of coconut cream.
- 9 cl of pineapple juice.
We place the ingredients inside a shaker with crushed ice. Mix until a creamy consistency is achieved. Pour into the glass and decorate with a pineapple wedge.
Its history dates back to the invention of this cocktail by landowners in Sao Paulo during the 19th century for important parties. His intention was to publicize the sugar cane of his region.
- 120 ml of cachaza, a distillate from Brazil from the juice of fermented sugar cane.
- 2 teaspoons of brown sugar dessert.
- Juice from 2 limes or juice of one lemon
- Crushed ice
We cut the lime pieces into quarters and pour them into a glass together with sugar. We crush the ingredients so that it releases its juice. Then add the cachaza and lemon or lime juice and crushed ice, stir and serve with a slice of lime or lemon.
It is an internationally famous cocktail, created in 1921 in a bar in Paris.
- 3 parts Vodka
- 6 parts tomato juice
- A pinch of salt and black pepper
- 3 drops Worcestershire sauce or Worcestershire
- sauce 3 drops Tabasco
- 150 grams crushed ice
- 10ml of lemon or lime juice.
We mix all the ingredients in a shaker and serve in a frosty glass with lime or lemon juice and fat salt.
It has its origins in Santiago de Cuba and is prepared mainly with white rum and lemon juice, although its san extinguido versions come to recreate some equally good varieties.
- 50 ml white rum
- 25 ml lemon or lime juice
- 1 teaspoon sugar
- Crushed or diced ice
We mix the ingredients in a glass and mix.