Daisy de Santiago Cocktail Recipe

Daisy de Santiago Cocktail Recipe How to Make a Daisy de Santiago Cocktail “A lovely thing…” Skip to the Recipe Ingredients Notes Related Cocktails Daisy de Santiago History Daisy de Santiago – A classic variation on a Daiquiri. Bacardi Rum Cocktail The Daisy de Santiago was attributed to the “late, lamented Facundo Bacardi” by Charles…

Infante Cocktail Recipe – A Classic Tequila Drink

Infante Cocktail Recipe The Infante is a classic tequila drink. The Infante cocktail recipe calls for tequila, orgeat syrup, lime juice, orange blossom water, and nutmeg. The formula puts it squarely in the sour cocktail family. It is a close enough relative to the Margarita that you might call it a variation. If you want to…

Mojito Cocktail Recipe

Mojito Cocktail Recipe The earliest known Mojito cocktail recipe dates to 1929. The recipe is in a Cuban cocktail book called Libro de Cocktail. Literally, ‘The Cocktail Book.’ In the book the drink is Mojo de Ron. In Spanish mojo is sauce, and ron means rum. So, Rum Sauce.  I prefer to think of it as Ron’s…

The Sour Cocktail

The sour cocktail is one of the first classic cocktail recipes a bartender should learn. It is more than just a great drink. It is a whole family of drinks and once you know it you know how to make several classic drinks.

Pisco Sour

Pisco Sour Recipe – A South American Classic

Pisco Sour Recipe Not So Simple The Pisco Sour should be the simplest of cocktails. It’s your standard sour recipe; Spirits, citrus, and sugar. There is usually some egg white involved. And some bitters. No big deal, right? Except that no matter what you do, you’re not likely to get it right. At least according…