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Cocktails in the Strong Category

The best cocktail with a strong alchoolic content, not for the faint of heart. Here are the most popular ones.

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  1. Old Caribbean 8.0/10

    A nice strong and sweet drink perfect for warm summer nights.
    By orangepurples

  2. Apple Cinnamon Delight 8.0/10

    A delicious Autumn inspired drink with a strong cinnamon spice aftertaste.
    By ajf1721

  3. Seven Seas 8.0/10

    The perfect cure for summer heat. A rum lover's dream.
    By SpiritOf78

  4. Lemon DropLemon Drop 7.9/10

    A very simple and tasty Martini.
    By David

  5. Maiden's BlushMaiden's Blush 7.8/10

    Another cocktail inspired by the Sidecar classic
    By David

  6. Good Night 7.8/10

    Good for quiet nights at home before bed.
    By Cdub

  7. Vesper 7.7/10

    The Martini invented by James Bond 007 in Casino Royale.
    By David

  8. Dirty MartiniDirty Martini 7.7/10

    A Martini with an extra olive taste.
    By David

  9. Whistle 7.7/10

    Smells like chocolate...cool after taste
    By Yanah

  10. Limity (LIME ET)Limity (LIME ET) 7.5/10


    By ET

  11. KamikazeKamikaze 7.5/10

    This cocktail version of the Kamikaze shooter can do quite a bit of damage too.
    By David

  12. BronxBronx 7.5/10

    A popular rival to the Martini and the Manhattan.
    By David

  13. Black Devil 7.3/10

    A Dry Martini made with Rum
    By David

  14. Queensland Diesel 7.3/10

    A delicious Waterview-rum based cocktail popular in Australia.
    By jjones

  15. AmericanoAmericano 7.3/10

    A classic italian aperitif, popular among the American tourists in Italy in the early 1900s.
    By David

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