For the Anaïs Nin cocktail, you must shake the anise-flavored Samcuca liqueur with Creme de banana liqueur and Half and half (Cream & Milk) and top with coffee (iced or hot), a cup of whipped cream and a drizzle of the liqueur for a sweet yet intriguingly complex caffeinated treat.
30 ml/ 1 oz. Sambuca
30 ml/ 1 oz. Crème de banane liqueur
30 ml/ 1 oz. Half and half (Cream & Milk)
90-120 ml/ 3-4 oz. coffee (iced or hot)
Add all ingredients, except the coffee, into a shaker.
Add ice and shake until well-chilled.
Strain into a pint glass over fresh ice.
Top with the coffee.
Garnish with whipped cream and a drizzle of Sambuca.
The Vampiro is a cocktail that includes fruit juice, spices, lime juice and Tequila. The Vampiro has a fruity savory and spicy taste. The Vampiro is popular in Mexico. Mexicans named the cocktail Vampiro (“vampire”) because the Viuda de Sanchez juice mixer’s red colour is reminiscent of blood.
This San Francisco cocktail tastes long-lasting, fruity, slightly sweet and rounded off with Vodka. The orign of the San Francisco cocktail is unknown but almost certainly not originally from the city of San Francisco, California. This fruity drink should not to be confused with the very different sloe gin-based San Francisco cocktail which dates back to before 1937.
In the Absinthe Spider Highball cocktail, Absinthe and Ginger Ale combine well in this refreshing highball. Highballs consist of a base spirit, optionally other ingredients and a carbonated “filler”, for example soda water or Ginger Ale. Musik: Friendly Dance – Nico Staf
The Black Velvet cocktail is a mix of Irish Stout and Champagne. Originally created for a funeral, it soon became a popular drink for a variety of occasions. The cocktail combines two alcoholic drinks that you probably wouldn’t intuitively mix together: Irish stout, usually Guinness, and Champagne. Even if you don’t like stout – or conversely, Champagne – you should try the cocktail.
Champagne or sparkling wine
Fill a highball glass half with chilled Guinness.
Top with chilled Champagne, pouring it over the back of a spoon into the glass.
This vintage Egg Nog cocktail is literally a thickened alcoholic milkshake flavoured with Cognac and Rum. Egg Nog is a vintage Christmas libation and George Washington, America’s first President famously made his own. So it’s time to make your own Egg Nog too.
25 ml/ ⅚ oz. Cognac (Brandy)
25 ml/ ⅚ oz. Caribbean Rum
10 ml/ ⅓ oz. sugar syrup
25 ml/ ⅚ oz. milk
1 fresh egg (white & yolk)
Pour all ingredients into a shaker filled with ice cubes.
Shake and strain back into shaker.
Now dry shake (without ice) and fine strain into ice-filled glass.
Eggnogs are sweet and creamy cocktails that are often mixed with eggs, milk and cream. The drink has its origins in the United States and with this simple recipe you can have a homemade eggnog in your hands to toast in just a few simple steps.