Dressed to the nines? It’s time to lift up your spirits.
Grab a cocktail ; get the partystarted. The modern cocktail scene is filled with contemporary flavors and innovativelooks, but there are timeless favorites that have tantalized ; whetted the palates ofgenerations of drinkers. What about some signature cocktails for your next poolparty? Whip up a few age-old classy cocktails to add a dash of class to your party.So, tipping our hat to the drink of the season, here are some elegant ; classycocktails to serve at your next pool party.The Greta GarboGreta Garbo was a Swedish-born actress who rose to fame during the era of silentfilms. But this cocktail packs a loud punch! Want to try? Add a splash of maraschinoliqueur, lime juice, and a pinch of sugar to light rum, ; shake well with ice.
Serve in amartini glass.The Charlie ChaplinWant to balance between the sweet and tart? Try the Charlie Chaplin, a drink whichwas one of the premier drinks of the Waldorf-Astoria prior to 1920. The equal mix oflime, apricot brandy, and sloe gin is documented in A.S. Crockett's ;The OldWaldorf-Astoria Bar Book;. Some call it the perfect gentleman’s mix. Serve it inmargarita glasses.
The Red CarpetServed at the New York restaurant Daniel to celebrate the Academy Awards, TheRed Carpet is made with smooth vodka, Campari & Pomegranate. In New York, thebartenders spritz bitters over the foamy top in the shape of an Oscar statuette. It isfinished with a gold-dipped red carpet tuile on the side of the drink. Oscar night iscoming up. What a great way to celebrate!Blueberry Lavender Vodka SpritzerThis dazzling drink has got the simplicity of a pool party and the sophistication of ahigh tea.
Whipped up with blueberry-lavender syrup, lime juice & vodka, thisrefreshing soda spritzer is an easy cocktail that everyone will enjoy.The Last WordThis old timer has equal parts of gin, chartreuse, maraschino liqueur, and fresh limejuice. Want to serve several drinkers at once? Mix up a triple or quadruple batch.Carthusian SazeracReady to roll with the whiskey cocktails? Then Sazerac is your go-to drink. Originallymade with Cognac, the Carthusian Sazerac is now rye, chartreuse, and syrup overice in a glass. This charming drink is traditionally topped off with bitters andgarnished with a lemon twist.
Classic French 75An old favorite in the cocktail scene, the French 75 dates to World War I. The earlyform was created in 1915 at the New York Bar in Paris. The Cocktail 75, also calledSoixante Quinze (Seventy-Five), is made with gin, Champagne, lemon juice andsugar.There are two perfect accompaniments to any premium cocktail – good companyand a great view.
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