COCKTAILSWe have a great selection of cocktails and mixed drinks that will bring you the Summer with a breeze. The drinks are fabulous with pineapple wedge or a cherry with a shake of rum, tequila, or vodka.
A glass of rum, blue Curacao, pineapple juice, cream of coconut, and crushed ice in blender util smooth. Ready to serve into a chilled cocktail glass. Finally garnish with a slice of pineapple and a maraschino cherry.
Banana 99 Mix
A delicious recipe for Banana 99 Mix with rum, 99 Bananas schnapps, strawberry daiquiri mix, sweet and sour mix, triple sec, powered sugar, ice cream and whipped cream.
Japanese Iced Tea
A mix of vodka, white rum, gin, top off with melon liquor and lemon soda with ice cubes.
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A perfect choice for any event with a mix of crown Royal whisky, peach schnapps, sweet and sour mix with ice cubes in a shaker until well blended. Make a wonderful serving into a cocktail glass.
A delicious mix of tequila, triple sec with lime juice. Shaken and ready to serve into a nice cocktail glass. Just have a glass of Kamikaze and ready to party.
You can never go wrong with Cosmopolitan in any occasion. A delicious Cosmopolitan with vodka, Cointreau orange liqueur with cran berry juice. Shaken in a martini shaker with ice and freshly squeezed lime wedges.
Pucker up for this sweet and sour cocktail that makes a great dessert drink. It is a very easy drink that can be more or less sweet or sour by adjusting the lemon and syrup according to your taste. You may also want to experiment with flavored vodkas or add a little extra flavor like the Lavender Lemon Drop. This is a great recipe to explore and adapt to your personal taste.
Long Island Iced Tea
This is a popular mixed drink that should be in everyone's drink repertoire. Long Island Iced Tea comes in a small shot of 5 white spirits (gin, tequila, light rum, vodka, and triple sec), a shot of sour mix, fill with cola.
A Long Island Iced Tea is a type of alcoholic mixed drink made with, among other ingredients, vodka, gin, tequila, and rum.
A popular version mixes equal parts vodka, gin, tequila, rum, and triple sec with 1½ parts sour mix and a splash of cola, which gives the drink the same amber hue as iced tea.
Gin, Vodka & Tonic
With the splash of lime, the Vodka Tonic is an easy-to-make, refreshing sipper for really hot days. Where the Gin & Tonic relies on the flavor of gin to make the drink, this vodka version is very clean and tasty.
Chill cocktail shaker and two champagne flutes in the freezer. Add ice to shaker. Pour Cognac and lemon juice into shaker and shake well. Fill each chilled glass with half of strawberries and strained Cognac mixture. Serve with a kiss.
Consist of tequila, triple sec (such as Cointreau) and lime or lemon juice, often served with salt on the glass's rim. It is the most common tequila-based cocktail in the U.S and especially at Lotus Grill.The drink is served shaken with ice (on the rocks), blended with ice (frozen margarita), or without ice (straight up).
Dry, Mango, Lychee
There are a number of variations on the traditional Martini. The fictional spy James Bond sometimes asked for his martinis to be "shaken, not stirred".
There are many variations to make a Martini: gin or vodka, little or no vermouth, stirred or shaken, and an olive or lemon twist garnish. One drink, many options, lots of fun.
Mai Tai has a history dated back in the 1930s in Waikiki. Rumor has it that the inventor was sitting under an umbrella watching the sunset on Waikiki beach. This is our popular drink when it is served with light rum, pineapple juice, orange juice, and top with dar rum as a float.
The Mojito has risen in the ranks to become of the most popular cocktails. It originated in Cuba, was second to the Daiquiri on Ernest Hemmingway's list of favorite cocktails, and since the 1980's, has become one of the more fashionable tropical cocktails.
It's very simple, using mint and lime to accent the rum. Choose a premium rum like Cruzan, Appleton or Mount Gay for a spectacular Mojito.
The Daiquiri has developed, much like the Martini and Margarita, into a sort of sub-family of drinks. The common denominator is rum, lime, and a sweetener, though from there anything can and does happen; e.g. a trip through the blender, an extra fruit or a little herb, etc. One of those variations is the popular Strawberry Daiquiri.
Almost everyone has heard of the Piña Colada and almost just as many people have probably tried one. It is one of the most popular tropical cocktails for a very good reason:
It is the perfect creamy mix of pineapple, coconut, and rum.
This shaken version is a more recent adaptation of the original Frozen Piña Colada from the 1950's. The frozen version is popular, but shaken up a fresh colada is another quick way to satisfy your uncontrollable cravings.
Sangria is a delicious fruit-based wine "punch" with its traditional heritage well rooted in Spain. Sangrias are made with red wine, fresh, seasonal fruit and a bit of bubbly water or citrus flavored soda. It is easy to make, easy to drink and a huge hit at summer get togethers - even for those who are not "into wine."
Indulge yourself with Tequila Sunrise, a delicious recipe served in a highball glass with ice and top with orange juice. Grenadine syrup is slowly added by pouring down the side by titling glass and letting it go to the bottom. Top off with a cherry and a pineapple wedge. Ready to be served.
Made of fruit juices, liqueurs, and various rums, so named for its perceived effects upon the drinker. It first appeared in the late 1930s, invented by Donn Beach of Hollywood's Don the Beachcomber restaurant. It was popularized soon afterwards at the 1939 New York World's Fair.