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Cocktail STWYZ

1.Salty Dog: Popular cocktail, a variation of "Greyhound". Historically it's a gin drink, but gin may be substituted with vodka. Preparation method: 1. Fill shaker with ice cubes. 2. Add 40ml gin and 100ml grapefruit juice. 3. Pour into salt rimmed highball glass with ice. 2.Sambuca: Traditional preparation of sambuca. Preparation method: 1. Drop 3 coffee beans into rocks glass. 2. Pour 50ml sambuca into cognac glass and light it up. 3. Allow it to burn for 10-15 seconds while slowly turning so that sambuca gets on the glass sides. 4. Pour burning sambuca into rocks glass and put cognac glass on top of the rocks upside down. 5. Still holding the cognac glass upside down put it on a napkin. 6. Drink sambuca from the rocks glass, eat coffee beans and inhale from the cognac glass. 3.Sangria: A refreshing drink popular during Summer, especially in Spain and Portugal. The ingredients are variable - you can use white wine instead of red wine, or add your own choice

30th cocktail starting from M

1.Mai Tai: "Maita'i" is the Tahitian word for "good". The cocktail was invented by Trader Vic at his restaurant in California, in 1944. Now it is an IBA official cocktail and has many variations. Preperation steps: 1. Put ice into shaker. 2. Pour 40ml white rum, 20ml dark rum and 15ml orange curaçao. 3. Add 15ml almond syrup and 10ml lime juice. 4. Shake well then strain into highball glass. 5. Garnish with pineapple spear or lime peel. 2.Malibu Bay Breeze: Simple, light and delicious cocktail. Preperation steps: 1. Put some ice cubes into Highball glass. 2. Pour over ice 45ml Malibu, 60ml cranberry juice and 60ml pineapple juice. 3. Garnish with a slice of pineapple. 3.Manhattan: According to the most popular legend, this IBA official cocktail was invented at the Manhattan club in New York in the early 1870s by Dr. Iain Marshall for a banquet in honor of presidental candidate Samuel J. Tilden. Preperation steps: 1. Fill mixing glass with ice cubes.

Cocktail starting from JKL

1.Jack and Coke - Very simple and popular. Wasting scotch single malt whiskey on this one is not recommended. Preperation steps:  1. Fill collins glass with ice. 2. Pour 50ml Jack Daniels or other whiskey and 150ml Cola over ice. 3. Stir gently. 2.Jagertee- When it's cold and you want something hot, try this one. Preperation steps: 1. Make a cup of black tea. 2. Add 40ml overproof rum. 3. Add sugar according to your taste. 3.Japanese Slipper: This popular cocktail was created in 1984 by Jean-Paul Bourguignon at Mietta's Restaurant in Melbourne. Preperation steps: 1. Fill shaker with ice cubes. 2. Add 30ml Midori, 30ml Cointreau and 30ml lemon juice. 3. Shake well and strain into cocktail glass. 4. Garnish with a small slice of Honeydew melon. 4.Jelly Bean: Preperation steps: 1. Pour 15ml Grenadine into a shooter. 2. Carefully add 15ml sambuca and 15ml southern comfort on top of Grenadine. 5.Jellyfish: Mild and nice looking shot that slightly resembles a jellyfish. P

Top 12 cocktail starting from F

1) El Presidente: Classic cocktail from 1930s, this is the popular variation that was created in Havana during Prohibition. 1. Fill shaker with ice cubes. 2. Add 45ml white rum, 30ml dry vermouth and 30ml orange curaçao. 3. Finally add a dash of grenadine and shake well. 4. Strain into chilled cocktail glass. 5. Garnish with orange peel. 2) Fireball: This recipe is for 3 shots. 1. Fill shaker with ice cubes. 2. Pour 75ml white rum, 75ml Goldschläger (cinnamon schnapps) and 3 dashes of Tabasco sauce. 3. Shake well and strain into shots. 3) Flaming Dr Pepper: Although Dr. Pepper is not one of ingredients of this cocktail, it is claimed that it tastes like Dr. Pepper. 1. Fill a pint of beer. 2. Pour 30ml Amaretto into shot glass. 3. Carefully pour 15ml Bacardi 151 or other high-proof liquor on top of Amaretto. 4. Light the shot and allow it to burn for several seconds. 5. Drop the flaming shot into the beer and drink quickly. 4) Flaming Lamborghini :Very strong and beautiful c

Top 9th cocktails starting from D

1) Daiquiri: By legend, this IBA official cocktail was invented around 1900 in a bar named Venus in Santiago by a group of American mining engineers. Daiquirí was one of the favorite drinks of writer Ernest Hemingway and president John F. Kennedy. 1. Put ice into shaker. 2. Add 45ml white rum, 25ml lime juice and 15ml sugar syrup. 3. Shake well and strain into cocktail glass. 2) Dark 'N' Stormy :IBA official long drink. 1. Fill highball glass with ice. 2. Pour 60ml dark rum and top with 100ml ginger beer. 3. Garnish with lime wedge. 3) Death In The Afternoon :Ernest Hemingway's cocktail who contributed it to a 1935 book of celebrity recipes. 1. Pour 30ml Absinthe into champagne flute. 2. Fill the glass with iced champagne. 4) Delta Sunset : 1. Fill shaker with ice. 2. Add 25ml sambuca, 25ml Cointreau and 25ml lemon juice. 3. Shake well and strain into cocktail glass over ice. 5) Derby IBA :This is the IBA version of this cocktail. Another popular drink also call

Top 19th cocktails starting from C

1) Caipirinha: Famous Brazil national cocktail made with Cachaça. The word caipirinha is the diminutive version of the word caipira, which refers to someone from the countryside, being an almost exact equivalent of the American English hillbilly. 1. Cut half of lime into wedges, place them with sugar into rocks glass and muddle. 2. Add 50ml Cachaça and stir so that some sugar is dissolved. 3. Add crushed ice and stir a little bit to melt some of the ice. 4. Garnish with a lime piece. 2) Caipiroska: A variation of Caipirinha made with vodka instead of Cachaça, also popular in Brazil and nearby countries. Also known as Caipivodka or Caipirodka. 1. Cut half of lime into wedges, place them with sugar into rocks glass and muddle. 2. Add 50ml vodka and stir so that some sugar is dissolved. 3. Add crushed ice and stir a little bit to melt some of the ice. 4. Garnish with a lime piece. 3) California Root Beer: 1. Put some ice cubes into highball glass. 2. Pour 30ml coffee liqueur,

Top 40th cocktails starting from B

1) B&B  -Classic cocktail, its name stands for "Brandy and Benedictine". May be served on the rocks or straight up - chilled and strained. HOW TO PREPARE: 1. Put some ice cubes into brandy snifter glass. 2. Pour 50ml brandy and 50ml Benedictine. 3. Stir well. 2) B52 -The name of this IBA official cocktail refers to the US B-52 Stratofortress long-range bomber. HOW TO PREPARE: 1. Pour 20ml Kahlua into shooter glass. 2. Very carefully pour Bailey's on top of Kahlua followed by Cointreau. 3. Serve flamed and drink flamed using long straw. 3) B55  -Popular variation of B-52 shooter. HOW TO PREPARE: 1. Pour 20ml Kahlua or other coffee liqueur into shooter glass. 2. Pour 20ml Bailey's on top of Kahlua. 3. Very carefully pour 15ml Absinthe on top of Bailey's. 4. Serve flamed and drink flamed using long straw. 4) BACARDI COCKTAIL - Pre-dinner IBA official cocktail. Grenadine version of the cocktail originated in the U.S. HOW TO PREPARE: 1. Fill shaker wit

Top 19 cocktail Starting from A

1.ABC Abbreviation stands for Amaretto, Bailey's and Cognac. Prepare for step: 1. Pour 15ml Amaretto to a shooter. 2. Carefully pour 15ml Bailey's on top of Amaretto. 3. Helping yourself with a teaspoon, pour 15ml Cognac on top of Bailey's. 2.Acapulco A stronger variation uses lime juice and sweet&sour instead of grapefruit and pineapple juice, served in cocktail glass. 1. Put some ice cubes into shaker. 2. Add 50ml tequila, 50ml white rum, 75ml pineapple juice and 50ml grapefruit juice. 3. Optionally add a splash of lime juice and 10ml sugar syrup. 4. Shake well and strain into hurricane glass. 3.Alabama slammer Also known as Southern Slammer, this cocktail can be mixed with Kamikaze cocktail to produce Red Death cocktail. 1. Fill Collins glass with ice. 2. Pour 20ml Amaretto, 20ml Southern Comfort and 20ml Sloe Gin. 3. Top with orange juice. 4.Alexander IBA Official after-dinner cocktail. Two popular variations are "Coffee Alexander", made with c

Staffing and Management

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