Best and Easy Cocktails to make at home

Is it just me or the Cocktails are priced at insane prices? To enjoy a good cocktail without burning a hole in your pocket is now almost impossible. Even if you do decide to order one, the chances of getting what you like are not that good. 

After some brainstorming, I realised that the perfect solution lies just ahead- BE your own bartender! Being your own bartender and making your drinks at home will give you the independence to customize your drink all the way through! Ice or no ice, any fancy syrup or cold-pressed juice, overloading on the olives- it is all in your hands! After this, you can also head over to the amazing food recipe blog of foodism to find out more about the cocktail trends of 2022! Now let us look at some recipes for easy cocktails to make at home.

1- Thai Mango Crush!

A mango martini with a twist!


Vodka Fresh Basil Leaves Lime Juice Mango Juice Green chilli – deseeded

Method: Shaken

Muddle basil along with vodka and green chilli {deseeded} Add the rest of the ingredients and shake well with ice Pour onto a pre-chilled martini glass Decorate with a mango sliver.

2- Watermelon Mojito

A refreshing drink for your summer days!


White Rum Fresh watermelon chunks Fresh watermelon juice Mint Leaves Lime Juice

Method: Built-up

Muddle fresh watermelon chunk, mint leaves and rum Add a dash of lime juice and fill it with crushed ice Top up with watermelon juice

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Hot Tip: The whole drink can be also done with a green apple instead of watermelon chunks and use soda or lemonade to replace watermelon juice as a top-up.

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The recipes only get easier from here!

3- Caprioska

A very simple cocktail made with only three ingredients – lime, vodka and sugar. Throw in some mint leaves for added freshness. 

Ingredients of Caipiroska

45 ml vodka

6 lime wedges

15ml sugar syrup

10 mint leaves 

Crushed ice

Garnish: a sprig of mint leaves/ 1/2 slice sweet lime

How to Make Caipiroska

1- Glass: Old Fashioned

2- Squeeze and drop lime wedges into the glass.

3- Tear the mint leaves over the lime.

4- Muddle. Fill glass with crushed ice.

5- Add sugar syrup and Smirnoff. Stir and taste to adjust.

6- Top with more crushed ice. Garnish.

4- Whisky with jalapeno and pineapple juice


Whisky – scotch Pineapple juice Jalapenos Mint Leaves Lime juice or Orange zest

Method: Built-up

Muddle jalapeño, mint leaves and whisky Add a dash of lime juice or orange zest, fill with crushed ice Top with pineapple juice Can be served in a Hurricane glass or a Collins

5- Clover Club

60 ml gin

20 ml lime juice

15 ml Rooh Afza syrup

1 egg white 


Combine the gin, lemon juice, Rooh Afza syrup, and egg white in a shaker, cap, and dry shake (without ice) vigorously for 10 to 20 seconds. Open the shaker, fill it with ice, cap, and then shake for another 10 to 20 seconds. Strain into a chilled coupe glass. Garnish with fresh strawberries. 

6- Classic Pina Colada

The classic pina colada recipe with rum, cream of coconut and pineapple juice. Shaken with ice and served with a pineapple wedge & cherry on top.

Ingredients of Pina Colada-

45 ml white rum

10 ml Monin coconut syrup

100 ml pineapple juice

30 ml cream/coconut cream

Scoop of vanilla ice cream 

Garnish: Half a slice of pineapple.

How to Make Pina Colada

  1. Glass: Hurricane
  2. Rim the glass with desiccated coconut.
  3. Blend all the ingredients with a scoop of crushed ice using a jug and hand blender.
  4. Pour into a rimmed glass.
  5. Garnish: Use mango juice instead of pineapple to make a mango colada. Garnish with fresh mango or fresh mint.

Try these cocktails in the next summer season or this new Year to level up your gatherings! 

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