Must Try Cocktails At Home

Apr 14, 2023Ashok Chawdhary

You don’t need to be a professional or own special equipment to make these fun, fresh and delicious cocktails at home. From Moscow mule to espresso martini, all your favorites are there – cheers!


The most favorite and basic cocktail loved by all is Mojito.Let us see how to make it. 


  • Eight mint leaves, 
  • 12 1/2 ml sugar syrup, 
  • 25 ml lime juice, and 
  • 50 ml white rum makes up this cocktail. (Get Express delivery Rum)


  • White rum should be added to a highball glass. 
  • Add eight to ten mint leaves along with lime juice and sugar syrup.
  • Use a bar spoon to muddle.
  • Add some Coke and crushed ice. 
  • With a bar spoon, combine the drink. 
  • Taste. Add more crushed ice to the top. 
  • Put two mint sprigs in the drink after slapping them to release the flavor. 
  • Add a straw and a small splash of soda.

If there is one cocktail to divide opinion, it is surely the omnipresent Mojito cocktail. Some say it is a pain in the arse to make, is too frequently made badly, and is the mascot for unadventurous drinkers everywhere. Others say it is a refreshing and easy drinking cocktail that has introduced millions to the wonders of the mixed drink. Whatever side of the fence you sit on, it’s certainly helped line the pockets of a few mint-growers. Express delivery Singapore

Cuba is where the Mojito cocktail calls home, although whether it came about through the experimentations of African slaves in the 1800s, or was created by the explorer-cum-pirate-cum-mixologist Richard Drake way back in the 1500s is a matter for the historians to concern themselves with. Either way it wasn’t long before Bacardi saw the potential of this cocktail to market their rum, and the two have been synonymous ever since; helped of course by that most respected of inebriates Hemingway, who is said to have developed a taste during a visit to the bar La Bodeguita del Medio in Cuba



  • 50 ml Gin - Get home delivery Singapore of  these best Gins
  • 10 ml Dry Vermouth
  • Lemon twist


  • Chill martini glass with soda water and ice.
  • Fill the mixing glass to top with ice. 
  • Add the dry vermouth to the mixing glass, giving a small stir to coat the ice with the vermouth. 
  • Drain out glass, leaving just the coating on the ice. 
  • Add the gin to the mixing glass. 
  • Stir for 15 seconds, always making sure that the glass is full to the brim with ice taste. 
  • Fine strain into chilled martini glass. Express delivery Singapore
  • Zest with lemon peel and add twist unto drink.

Some people contend that the Martini Cocktail is the best and most famous of all cocktails. In principle, the Martini drink is pretty straightforward; it only calls for gin and vermouth and is garnished with either an olive or a lemon twist. Knowing the right proportion of gin to vermouth to employ in a martini is difficult and frequently depends on the taste of the drinker. 

A freshly poured tumbler of gin is claimed to have received the phrase "vermouth" from Winston Churchill, according to legend. The Martini can be shaken or stirred, but despite 007's best efforts, it's generally recommended that stirring results in a better cocktail.Express delivery Singapore




  • 50 ml Bourbon, (Check out our latest bourbon range delivered in Singapore)
  • 2 dashes Angostura Bitters 
  • 1 dash Orange Bitters
  • 1 bar spoon Sugar
  • Orange peel


  • Begin by chilling rocks glass with ice and soda water. 
  • Add 1 bar spoon of sugar into the mixing glass. 
  • Add 2 dashes of Angostura bitters and 1 dash of orange bitters. 
  • Muddle to break down the sugar into a paste.
  • Add the bourbon into a mixing glass and fill the rest of the mixing glass with ice. Stir with a bar spoon for at least 20 seconds. 
  • Top up with ice and taste. 
  • Put ice into a rocks glass and strain the drink into the glass. 
  • Zest the glass with orange peel and add twist into drink.



  • 37 1/2 ml Citrus Vodka (Fastest Alcohol Delivery TipsyTopsy)
  • 12 1/2 ml Triple Sec 
  • 30 ml Cranberry Juice
  • 1/2 squeezed lemon
  • 12 1/2 ml Sugar Syrup


  • Chill coupe glass with soda water
  • Add all ingredients to mixing tin with ice
  • Shake for 10 to 15 seconds
  • Fine strain into the chilled coupe glass
  • Flame an orange peel and place in the drink as garnish

Citron vodka, triple sec, cranberry juice, and freshly squeezed lime juice are the main ingredients in the colorful and fruity Cosmopolitan Cocktail. The beverage is frequently served in a martini glass and garnished with a flamed orange twist. The Cosmopolitan has established itself as a standard in most cocktail bars.Express delivery Singapore

The Cosmopolitan cocktail's ancestry is hotly debated. One rumor claimed that it was developed by Cointreau's marketing division to increase sales, which the drink's ubiquity undoubtedly accomplished. According to a different story, it was created in Minnesota's Cork and Cleaver Restaurant in 1975 in Minnesota and that the bartender who invented it went on to reintroduce it at the Fog City Diner in San Francisco, where it started to gain a big following. Probably the most popular account is that the cocktail was invented by a Florida bartender by the name of Cheryl Cook, who was driven by the aim of creating a martini-type drink that was visually stunning to look at.



  • 37 1/2 ml Vodka (Get Vodka Express delivery here
  • 25 ml Coffee Liqueur
  • 15 ml Cream
  • 15 ml Milk
  • Chocolate Powder
  • Coffee Bean


For the perfect White Russian recipe add coffee liqueur to an old-fashioned glass. Add other ingredients to the mixing tin and fill to brim with ice. Shake for 10 -15 seconds. Single strain the ingredients over the ice and coffee liqueur. Sprinkle it with chocolate powder and garnish with coffee beans.

This White Russian recipe is one of the most popular of all cocktails, and with good reason. It has a deep, smooth flavor and is the perfect drink to kick back and relax with. Express delivery Singapore

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