With the remnants of the monsoon rains playing out their last symphony, we have put together some cocktail recipes that blend perfectly with the rainy day evening mood.
Fresh lime juice - a shot glass full
Sugar syrup - 2 tbsp
Dark rum - two shot glass full
Water - for mixing
Angostura bitters - two-three drops
Nutmeg - for garnishing
In a jug, stir the rum, lime, syrup, and water. Measure some crushed ice into a glass and pour the mix on top. Shake a few drops of the bitters, and add grated nutmeg to garnnish.
Maka Zai White 300ml
Maka Zai Gold 300ml
Fresh orange juice 300ml
Darjeeling tea 150ml
Banana syrup 100ml
Chilled coconut water 250ml
Fill the punch bowl with ice. Add in 300 ml of orange juice and 100 ml of banana syrup. Add in 300 ml of Maka Zai white rum and 300 ml of Maka Zai Gold rum. Give it a stir and add in 250 ml of coconut water and 150 ml of Darjeeling tea. Garnish with oranges, grapefruit, star anise, and Ceylon cinnamon. Stir again, chill, and serve. Your rum punch serves 8-10 people.With the remnants of the monsoon rains playing out their last symphony, we have put together some cocktail recipes that blend perfectly with the rainy day mood.
Vodka 2 shots
Fresh mint leaves
Fresh lime juice - 1 shot glass
Pomegranate syrup - 1/2 shot glass
Fresh grapefruit juice - 3/4 shot glass
Honey - 1 tsp
Mix the vodka with honey in shaker. Add other ingredients, and shake with ice. Strain the drink in a glass with some crushed ice.
Jimmy&rsquos Gin Cherry Sour mix 90ml
Maple syrup 10 ml
Fresh lime juice 10 ml
In a shaker glass filled with ice, pour the above ingredients and shake well. Strain into a tall glass filled with ice and garnish with glazed cherries.
Negroni With A Twist
Sweet vermouth 25ml
A tender twig of curry leaf to garnish
Measure out the gin, vermouth and Campari into a cocktail mixer with ice. Add in curry leaves and muddle it. Stir it well. Strain into a tumbler and add some fresh ice. Garnish with a tender twig of curry leaf.