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Classic Cocktails

Ingredients required: Whisky, Vodka (orange flavored), Vodka, Triple Sec, Sweet Vermouth, Simple Syrup, Rye Whiskey, Rose's Lime Juice, Pineapple Juice, Orange Juice. [See the full ingredient list]

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  1. Sweet and sexySweet and sexy

    A delicious and very nice looking drink from Nigeria. Something specially designed for ladies.
    By TAWO GT

  2. Old FashionedOld Fashioned

    This drink was old fashioned in the 1880's. Still a very tasty cocktail.
    By David

  3. ScofflawScofflaw

    One of the tastiest bourbon/rye based cocktails.
    By johnniepop

  4. Harvey WallbangerHarvey Wallbanger

    An orange-vodka cocktail with a twist
    By David

  5. Brandy Sour Brandy Sour

    The Brandy Sour is a mixed alcoholic cocktail considered the unofficial national cocktail of Cyprus
    By vimukthi sumathiratne

  6. Holiday AlmondHoliday Almond

    A cocktail so fine and delicate and rich in flavour that you'll always want another one ...
    By johnniepop

  7. Palmer CocktailPalmer Cocktail

    A lost classic which will please any fan of bourbon.
    By David

  8. GimletGimlet

    Nothing goes as well with gin as lime!
    By David

  9. Matthatan

    This version of the classic Manhattan incorporates a few additional ingredients that add some sweetness to the classic Manhattan. I think that these additions make this drink more palatable than the traditional Manhattan and accentuate the positive qualities of the Whiskey.
    By Zuellander

  10. Perfect ManhattanPerfect Manhattan

    Your run of the mill Manhattan, with the exception that it uses both types of Vermouth, removing the need for bitters by balancing the mixture.
    By chris