This is the most general category on this page and includes all posts that deal with a cocktail recipe in some form (i. e. the focus of the post is not on an ingredient, for example). It is meant as an opportunity for our reader to quickly browse all the recipes on this blog when thinking about what to make next.
There is whole array of drinks based around mixtures of Campari and some kind of vermouth, out of which the Milano Torino is probably the simplest. It simply consists of
When dealing with cocktail recipes, one might ask how good taste can be achieved. In this post, I will try to give an at least partial answer to this question
This is a category featuring all the more experimental cocktail recipes, i. e. recipes that might seem a bit unorthodox at first, are based on spontaneous ideas or defer from “classic” recipes in some other way.
Turning Things Into Drinks
This category features cocktail recipes that draw inspiration from food or other things that are not drinks. This means that the recipes try to replicate a certain taste in form of a cocktail.
There are generally many joyful culinary experiences. Some people are more into eating delicious foods and drinking delicious drinks than others, but most people have several things they really like.
So far, this is the only category that does not contain cocktail recipes, but deals with a specific ingredient instead. This includes alcoholic ingredients, i. e. spirits, liqueurs etc., as well as non-alcoholic ingredients.