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    Cocktails

    What are your favorite cocktail recipes? I am looking for some ideas for a get together I am having next week Cheers

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    Ice, Jack, a little diet coke

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    Dry Manhatten.
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    Gin, soda, lime.
    Whiskey.
    If I do a cocktail, it is usually based on what I have in the house, often contains alcohol, sour, sweet.

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    Tequilla anejo, sour orange, soda over ice.
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    Classic martini:

    Bombay gin / Noilly Prat dry vermouth, 4:1

    Three olives.

    Stirred, never shaken.

    If it's made with vodka, it ain't a martini!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chifunda View Post
    Classic martini:

    Bombay gin / Noilly Prat dry vermouth, 4:1

    Three olives.

    Stirred, never shaken.

    If it's made with vodka, it ain't a martini!
    hard to beat that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdipisReks View Post
    hard to beat that.
    Almost perfect. For me, Hendricks gin.


    Negronis are also pretty tasty.
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    These are all great suggestions, but I'm looking for something that people who do not usually drink alcoholic beverages will enjoy. Personally, I think martinis and gin drinks are acquired tastes.

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    Woodford Reserve, ice,

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