Italian liquor with almond flavor.
- Angostura Bitters
Angostura Bitters, commonly referred to as Angostura, was created in 1824 in Venezuela by the doctor Siegert. It is a concentrated bitters often used in cocktails. This mixture is made of water, alcohol, gentian root, and vegetable flavoring extracts by House of Angostura in the country of Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean. The bitters were first produced in the town of Angostura (hence the name), and do not contain angostura bark.
- Baileys Original Irish Cream
The number one sells liquor in the world.
Made of irish whiskey, cream and miscellaneous flavors.
It is a natural product.
This universal drink results from the fermentation of a wort made from barley and hops. It is 4-7% Vol.
The lager is the most common. In Britain and Ireland, "ale" means a red beer, "stout" a dark beer.
Brandy made liquor best used to end an excellent diner. Served pure with ice, with soda water, or in a cocktail.
- Bourbon (whiskey)
Smooth flavors whiskey, product from United States of America.
Apple cider based brandy made in Normandie in France.
Italian bitter liquor to drink in a short or long drink.
Used in many cocktails.
The Curaçao is an orange liqueur which is originally developed by the Dutch with the bark of bigarades imported from the island of Curaçao (Netherlands Antilles).
• Curaçao triple sec: It results from the aromatization of a neutral spirit with an extract of the bark of sweet and bitter oranges (35 to 40% Vol.).
• Blue Curacao: This is a curacao triple sec reduced to 25% Vol. approximately and colored in blue.
An effervescent beverage.
Alcohol made of genever berries and other fine and rare herbs. Ideal for short and long drinks
To learn more, please read the Gin article.
- Irish cream
A liquor made of irish whiskey, cream and miscellaneous flavors.
It is a natural product.
- On The Rocks
Poured over ice cubes.
A party-size beverage made of fruit, fruit juices, flavorings and sweeteners, soft drinks, and a wine or liquor base.
A cocktail shaker is a device used to mix beverages (usually alcoholic) by shaking. When ice is put in the shaker this allows for a quicker cooling of the drink before serving.
A short drink consisting of liquor, lemon or lime juice and sugar.
- Sweet and Sour mix
Sweet and Sour Mix (or Bar Mix) is made of lemon juice and sugar and optionally egg whites, which brings foam.
Here is the recipe to make 1L of Sweet and Sour Mix (you can adjust doses according to your tastes):
- 50 cl of fresh lemon juice
- 40 cl of sugar syrup
- 10 cl of egg whites (optional)
Pour all ingredients in a recipient and stir well.
You can use this mix in the following cocktails:
- Long Island Iced Tea
- Amaretto Sour
- Alabama Slammer
- Sex with an Alligator
- Mountain Breeze
- Mai Tai
- Baltimore Zoo
- Singapore Sling
- Cherry Vodka Sour
- Mexican Martini
- Italian Margarita
- Gin Fizz
- Frozen Daïquiri
- John Collins
- Whiskey sour
Mexican alcohol obtained by the distillation of blue agave. To drink pure with salt and lemon, or in cocktail.
To learn more, please read the Tequila article.
The origins of this Italian aperitif back to the seventeenth century.
• dry Vermouth: It Dry Vermouth (50 to 60 g sugar/L), which has a light color is obtained by aromatization with plants (including absinthe) more or less bitter, white wine and a neutral alcohol. it is 14.5 to 22% Vol.
• Vermouth rosso: This sweet Vermouth (100 to 150 g sugar/L) obtained from white wine, like dry vermouth, is colored with caramel. Rosso vermouth is also 14.5 to 22% Vol.
- Whiskey (or Whisky)
Whisky or whiskey is a type of distilled alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain mash.
To learn more, please read the whisky article.