Learn how to make amazing cocktails at home! It’s very easy with the following bartender free classes

Mai Tai

This drink was born in California, United States, in honour of the Tahitian friends of the creator bartender. The friends responded to the drink with a "Maitai roa" which in Tahiti means The Best! It's very tasty and quite strong, so drink it slowly. Let's prepare it! INGREDIENTS - 30% White rum - 30% Aged rum - 20% Triple Sec or Cointreau - 20% Squeezed lime juice - 1 Teaspoon grenadine - 1 Teaspoon of almond syrup or Amaretto - Crushed ice - 1 slice of lime, mint or cherries to decorate PREPARATION We upload the recipe in percentages for you to handle the amounts according to the size of the glass you use. Long drink glasses are professionally used for this drink but at home, you can use the…

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Classic daiquiri

Daiquiri is a typical Cuban drink. Its consumption has spread to the US, to all Central America and then, to the rest of the world. Its classic version is with lemon but it can be made with strawberries, peaches, mango, pineapple or red fruits. It's a very versatile and summery drink. Surely you already know it but if you have never tried it yet, you should. Let's go for it! INGREDIENTS - 1 Measure and a half of white rum - 1 Measure of squeezed lemon (or lime) - 2 Tablespoons of sugar - Crushed ice PREPARATION - Place all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker - Shake vigorously to mix everything and let the ice cool the drink. Another alternative is to make it frozen, putting the rum, lemon…

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Moscow Mule

This drink is traditionally served in copper cups. Despite its name and the fact that contains vodka -Russia's iconic drink-, this cocktail was created in the United States. The combination of the spiciness of the ginger beer with the lime and a good vodka are wonderful. INGREDIENTS - 1 Measure of squeezed lime juice - 1 and 1/2 Measures of vodka - 100 ml Ginger Beer - Lime and mint to decorate PREPARATION - Place the vodka and the lime juice in the glass. If you don't have a copper one, it doesn't matter; you can use any glass you have. - Add 1 tablespoon of crushed ice and complete the glass with the ginger beer. - Enjoy your Moscow Mule! IMPORTANT: Remember that when you squeeze natural citrus juices…

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Don Pedro

This cocktail was born in Argentina, it's a combination of a drink with a dessert. The balance between the flavour of whiskey and ice cream with the texture of walnuts is incredible. It's worth a try! INGREDIENTS - 1 measure and a half of Scotch whisky - 200 gr. Vanilla ice cream - 5 Walnuts PREPARATION - Pour the ice cream and the Scotch into the blender to process and mix it well. - Serve it in a whisky glass. In this case we don't have one, so we use others... it will not change the flavor. - Chop the walnuts and add them to the top of the drink without mixing. - Voila! Enjoy it! To make cocktails you don't have to use your Johnie Walker black or blue…

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The Negroni was born in Italy, it was created by Count Camillo Negroni. It's an excellent aperitif to take in the afternoon before dinner or to accompany some brunch. It's also a very easy drink to make at home, here we go with the recipe. INGREDIENTS - 30% Gin - 40% Vermouth Rosso - 30% Campari - Orange slices - Cherry to decorate (optional) - Ice PROCEDURE - It is a direct drink, which means that it's made in the same glass where it will be consumed, without using a cocktail shaker or blender. Traditionally it's served in an Old Fashioned glass. - You simply have to place all the ingredients in the glass, mix them and it's ready to drink. - Enjoy it! Gin is produced by fermenting and…

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White Lady

This drink was born in London, United Kingdom but today it is a classic of international mixology. Elegant and sophisticated, it's the perfect aperitif for a unique evening. If you never tried it before, don't miss it. Let's do it together! INGREDIENTS - 70% Gin - 10% Cointreau or Triple Sec - 20% Squeezed lemon juice - 2 Tablespoons of sugar (ideal if you have previously made syrup) - Cherry or lemon twist for decoration - 1 Egg white (optional) PROCEDURE - Ideally, you should first make the syrup with the same proportion of sugar and water over the fire until sugar dissolves. This syrup will be useful for all your cocktails! If you don't want to make the syrup, it's best to use icing sugar, it dissolves better in…

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Traditional Sangria

Sangria was created in Spain and it's one of its most representative iconic cocktails. It's an excellent alternative to drink red wine in summer because it's fresh, fruity, citric, perfect to drink by the pool with some good tapas. We warn you that you will love it, and you probably wanna do it again and again. Let's go for it! INGREDIENTS - 1 Red wine - 2 Oranges - 2 Peaches - 2 Bananas - 1 Apple - 1 Squeezed lemon - 1 Squeezed orange - 1 Stick of cinnamon - 1 Granada (optional) - Cold syrup (1/4 cup of sugar +1/4 cup of water dissolved over fire) PROCEDURE - First prepare the syrup with 1/4 cup of sugar and 1/4 cup of water over heat until the sugar dissolves.…

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Iguana skin

Iguana skin is a cocktail made with vodka and melon liqueur, that gives a refreshing flavor. Midori is the most famous melon liqueur, originally from Japan. - 30% Vodka - 50% Sprite - 20% Melon Liqueur (you can exchange the melon liqueur for a kiwi liqueur to have another variant of the drink, equally delicious and green). - You can decorate the drink with a slice of kiwi It is a direct drink, which means that you make it directly in the glass where you are going to drink it, without any shaking or processing procedure. Vodka is produced by fermenting cereals and other starchy plants such as rye, wheat, beets or potatoes. Potatoes? Yes, you read correctly ... you can make good vodka with potatoes.

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Piña Colada

The piña colada is a cocktail of Puerto Rico, creamy, Caribbean and sooo good. Today you can order it in almost every bar in the world, it is associated with the beach, the summer, palm trees, coconuts, almost that with a drink you can feel the sand under your feet. What are you waiting to make a delicious piña colada at home? Here we go with the recipe! - 100 ml White rum (if you have coconut rum, is ok too) - 60 ml Coconut milk - 100 ml Pineapple juice - A slice of natural pineapple - Ice - Put all the ingredients in a blender - Decorate with a piece of pineapple or carambola - And enjoy your piña colada! Some bartenders include two tablespoons of coconut cream…

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Frozen Mojito

The Frozen Mojito is a typical drink of Cuba, but it's also part of the culture of all the Caribbean countries, and you can find it all over the world. It's a very easy to make drink, tasty and refreshing.  RECIPE OF FROZEN MOJITO  - 2 Measures of rum  - 1 Measure of lemon or lime  - 2 Tablespoons of sugar  - 6 Leaves of mint  - Double the volume with ice  - Use a blender to mix it  - Garnish with mint  - Enjoy it!  To make the classic version of the cocktail, you need to muddle the mint leaves with the sugar, then you add the rum, the lemon, chopped ice and ready to drink!  We send you the link of the video to see all the steps…

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Caipirinha & Passion Fruit Caipirinha

Caipirinha is the national drink of Brazil with the spirit of his unique identity. The cachaça is produced through the fermentation of the sugar cane. RECIPE: - Cut 2 limes in little pieces removing the white center, the seeds and the ends. - Muddle the limes with 3/4 tablespoons of icing sugar. - Fill your glass with chopped ice. - One shot of cachaça (2oz). - Stir (if you have a shaker you can use it). - Garnish with lime or mint. You can put some lime zest on the top also. - If you like, you can add one passion fruit to make it even better. - Enjoy it! The process of muddling the limes with sugar allow the peel to release its oil and flavors to make this…

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Frozen Margarita

If you have never tried it yet, you are going to love this Mexican drink. The Margarita is definitely the most representative cocktail of Mexico. Probably when you learn how to make it at home and know the taste of a good Margarita, you can only order one in the best bars. RECIPE: - 50% Tequila. - 20% Cointreaux or Triple Sec. - 30% Lemon juice. - 3 Tablespoons of sugar. - For the standard Margarita, you must shake it with Ice in a mixer. For the frozen Margarita, you must double the volume of the liquid with ice. - Moisture the border of the glass with lemon and put up it in a dish with salt or sugar to decorate. - Enjoy it! The tequila is made by fermenting…

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Dragon Sour

This is a new creation inspired in Rarotonga, Cook Islands, a beautiful island in the Pacific Ocean. RECIPE: - 2 measures of Coconut Rum. - 1/2 Dragon fruit. - 2 Tablespoons of sugar. - 1 and a half measure of lime or lemon. - Ice. - Use a blender to mix it - Garnish with Dragon Fruit. - Enjoy! You can make the recipe with a purple flesh Dragon Fruit to have a more colorful cocktail result. https://youtu.be/Gi_Df3W8HYM

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Batida de Coco

In Portuguese batida de coco means coconut shake. This is a very tasty cocktail and so easy to make. RECIPE: - 2 Measures of cachaça - 2 Measures of coconut milk - 1 Measure of condensed milk - 1 Measure of lime juice - Double the volume with ice - Use a shaker or a blender to mix it - Garnish with lime. You can use some coconut zest on the top of the glass also for decoration (paste it with lime) - Enjoy it! https://youtu.be/KozMUz3Rs-0

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