Mmmmm! This is tasty design - both literally and figuratively! How many of these have you tried? I had a former beau dabble in some homebrewing - made me Applejack for Valentine's Day! It was sweet and warming... him? Not so much! Source:
Another modern classic is the cosmopolitan which features citrus vodka (also known as vodka citron) and cranberry juice, along with a touch of triple sec (the official recipe calls for Cointreau, but any quality triple sec will do the job!) This cocktail should be served in a cocktail glass and can be garnished with a slice of lime to decorate.
The warming colours in this design really help to make it that little bit more interesting! I love how they have perfectly recreated popular drinks by illustrating them to show you what each one looks like!
Long Island Iced Tea is a popular summer drink and consists of many different spirits and is strong compared to similarly sized highball drinks as the alcohol to mixer ratio is higher. It gets its similar in both colour and taste to iced tea.
Tales of the Cocktail kicks off today, and although I couldn't be there in person (I sadly had a work conflict), I feel like I'm still there in spirit! And this handy dandy illustrated guide to 30 cocktails, from Food Republic , will certainly help us mix up something to drink away the sadness of missing this epic event. Covering pretty much every classic you should have under your belt (and more), this list is as educational as it is lovely to look at! Enjoy! Illustration by Mike…