I turned 21 yesterday, so I am now a fan girl of cocktails. The weekend is finally approaching so it can only mean one thing: it’s time to relax, let everything go and just gather your BFFs for a night of drinks and laughs in perfect Sex & The City style. I’ve already got some fab cocktail recipes, but just in case you’re feeling tropical and need a little extra wow factor at your next party – here are a few more of my favorites.
Forget about your everyday worries and just pretend you are on a tropical island sipping this amazing mango, banana, coconut rum cocktail.
1 oz mango rum
1 oz coconut rum
1 oz banana schnapps
1 oz Vanilla vodka
2 oz orange juice
2 oz pineapple juice
1 splash of grenadine syrup
Combine all the ingredients in the cocktail shaker, except for the grenadine, and mix them with the ice. Shake and strain into an iced glass, float grenadine on top and voilà your drink is served!
This fresh, tasty and easy to make cocktail is perfect for spring and the incoming warm days.
10cl of Prosecco/Champagne
3cl. Of elderflower syrup
7cl. Of sparkling mineral water
Some mint leaves
Crush 4 mint leaves into your cocktail glass, add the syrup, then the champagne and mineral water. Stir well, add more mint leaves, lime slices and ice then serve.
Originally inspired by Breaking Bad, this sweet cocktail is perfect for every candy lover who has a sweet tooth.
1oz premium citrus vodka
Splash of white grape juice
Blue rock candy
Combine the ingredients all together, shake well and strain into a Martini glass. Final touch? Garnish it with blue rock candy, of course!
Dreaming of Paris’ boulevards? Watch our video on becoming a Parisian quick and then top it off with this perfect mix of Champagne and gin!
1 oz. gin
1⁄2 oz. simple syrup
1⁄2 oz. freshly squeezed lemon juice
Brut Champagne or a dry sparkling white wine
Lemon twist and maraschino cherry, to garnish
Combine gin, syrup and lemon juice in a shaker filled with ice. Shake and strain into a glass. Add Champagne and garnish it with a lemon twist.
This Venetian cocktail is probably one of the easiest yet most delicious cocktails to prepare. It was invented between 1934 and 1948 and named after its unique pink color that reminded its creator of the toga in a painting by the artist Giovanni Bellini.
125 gr white peaches
1 oz Prosecco
Combine the two ingredients in the shaker (make sure that the Prosecco is served cold), shake and stir into a glass. Cheers!