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Top 16th cocktails Starting from H

1) Harvey Wallbanger: This IBA official cocktail was reportedly invented in 1952 by famous three-time world champion mixologist Donato 'Duke' Antone. Receipt: 1. Fill Highball glass with ice cubes. 2. Pour 45ml vodka and 90ml orange juice over ice. 3. Stir gently and top with 15ml Galliano. 4. Garnish with orange slice and maraschino cherry. 2) Hairy Navel :This is a stronger variation of "Fuzzy Navel" cocktail with vodka. Receipt: 1. Put some ice cubes into a highball glass. 2. Pour 50ml peach schnapps and 30ml vodka. 3. Top with orange juice and garnish with an orange slice. 3) Hazelnut Martini :An interesting Martini variation with Frangelico (hazelnut liqueur) and cacao liqueur. If you like it mild, some recipes also suggest adding about a half shot cream. Receipt: 1. Combine 60ml vodka, 15ml Frangelico and 15ml Creme de Cacao white in a shaker with ice. 2. Shake well and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. 4) Hellboy: Very interesting cocktail if yo

Top 18th cocktails starting from G

1) Galliano Hotshot: 1. Pour 20ml Galliano into shooter glass. 2. Carefully add 20ml espresso and 10ml cream on top of Galliano. 2) Garibaldi : 1. Fill rocks glass with ice. 2. Add 70ml orange juice and 30ml Campari. 3. Stir gently and garnish with orange slice. 3) Gibson : 1. Fill shaker with ice, add 60ml gin and 10ml dry vermouth. 2. Stir and strain into cocktail glass. 3. Garnish with silverskin onion peel. 4) Gimlet :Classic gin-based cocktail with a long history since the beginning of 20th century. This recipe is from "The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks" (1958), but the ratio of gin to lime is now a debate, as well as inclusion of sugar syrup, modern versions often omit that. Some variations suggest using sweet "Rose's lime juice" instead of fresh lime juice. A popular variation has vodka instead of gin, that is called "Vodka Gimlet". Also "Daiquiri" is very similar to Gimlet, using rum as a base. Receipt: 1. Fill a mixing glass