Indian weddings are big in the ceremonial context and also bigger on the booze front. We totally believe that weddings are for celebrations and there is absolutely no harm whatsoever in a little tipsy fun at weddings. Hence, the hosts especially take care of their guests’ cocktails for the wedding celebrations. Well, cocktails because they are best suited for a classy wedding. Hence, Wedding Affair enlists some of the best cocktails you can include in your wedding menu for the maximum class and delicacy and also maximum fun!
The beautiful thing about the Bellini is that you can take in so many directions. Choose Champagne, Prosecco, or your favourite sparkling wine, then decide whether you want to go with peach juice or nectar, or make a fresh puree. Have a non-drinking guest at the brunch table? Switch to the Baby Bellini. You can even make it with raspberries if you like. Anyway, you make it, the Bellini does not disappoint.
Combine OVAL Vodka and vermouth in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake thoroughly and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Twist the lemon wedge over the glass and run it around the rim. From the engagement party to the time the wedding bells ring, the diamond martini is a perfect fit for any of your nuptial celebrations. By chilling the ingredients and the glasses, this recipe transforms the standard vodka martini into a cocktail as crisp and sparkling as a perfectly cut diamond.
There are so many Italian cocktail options that offer sophisticated, deep and resonant flavours, like some of the herbal Amaros that make us all swoon. Opt for the rye over the bourbon to let some of those more fresh subtleties from the tomatoes and basil show through. I say mash your fresh ingredients with a mortar and pestle because they really give this drink life. (You want to see tomato seeds floating around in your glass.)
The classic piña colada cocktail may be brimming with calories and sugar, but the flavours—tropical coconut and refreshing pineapple—perfectly complement a day by the pool or a backyard barbecue. So what’s a guy to do? Blend up this better-for-you, whisky-based “monkey colada,” which is made using Monkey Shoulder Whisky, fresh pineapple puree, coconut rum, coconut water, and a dash of fresh lime juice. It’s refreshing, naturally sweet, and most important, it won’t ruin your six-pack. (Source: Men’s Journal)
The French 75 is a refreshing and citrusy, sparkling gin cocktail that packs a punch. It’s perfect for the holidays and other celebratory occasions. The French 75 is the answer any time a bubbly cocktail is in order! These are made with a standard pour of gin and topped with Champagne, so it’s a strong drink in a sparkling dress.
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