Top 10 Classic Cocktails and How to Make Them

Old Fashioned

The Old Fashioned: a timeless bourbon cocktail dating back to the 1800s. Mix sugar, bitters, bourbon, ice, and an orange twist for sophistication.


Iconic Martini, Bond's favorite: gin, dry vermouth stirred/shaken with ice, strained into chilled glass. Garnish olive/lemon twist for sophistication.


Escape to sunny beach, savor the tangy Margarita: tequila, triple sec, lime juice, simple syrup shaken with ice, strain, salt-rimmed glass, lime garnish.


Manhattan: a whiskey classic with history and complexity. Rye/bourbon, sweet vermouth, bitters stirred with ice, strained into chilled glass. Garnish: cherry/lemon twist.


Cuban Mojito: Rum, lime juice, mint leaves, simple syrup, soda water. Muddle mint & syrup, add rum & lime juice, top with soda, garnish mint sprig.


Daiquiri: White rum, lime juice, simple syrup. Shake with ice, strain into chilled glass. Tangy and satisfying.


Negroni: Classic bitter cocktail. Gin, Campari, sweet vermouth stirred with ice, garnish orange slice. Timeless favorite, exquisite balance.

Piña Colada

Tropical Piña Colada: Puerto Rican delight. White rum, coconut cream, pineapple juice shaken with ice. Served chilled, garnished with pineapple slice and cherry.


Sidecar: Elegant blend of cognac, orange liqueur, lemon juice. Shake with ice, strain into sugar-rimmed glass for smooth, sophisticated taste.

Tom Collins

Refreshing Tom Collins: gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, soda water. Serve over ice, tall glass. Garnish with lemon slice and cherry.

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