Top 5 Best Cocktail Recipes of America

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It is said that “for when the glass of wine won’t cut it and gin and tonic just aren’t enough,” for such times these best cocktail recipes help!!

Mexico City:

A cocktail for a tequila fan, it has a smoky and sweet taste with a little hint of chocolate.


2 oz. Patrón Reposado
0.45 oz. Pedro Jimenez Sherry
3 dashes chocolate bitters
1 dash of saline


Stir all the ingredients in a mixing glass with ice, strain over ice and garnish with the dash of nutmeg for a bit more smoke and depth.

Mother of exiles:

This cocktail of rye and whiskey is perfect for fall.


1 oz. Rittenhouse.

1 oz. Jameson.

3/4 oz. Meletti.

1/4 oz. Sherry.


Pour all the ingredients in a coupe glass and garnish with orange and one cherry.

This recipe was created by Nick Bennet.

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Midnight oil:

This is a caffeinated cocktail for caffeine lovers, with the mixture of aged rum, Canton ginger for depth and vanilla extract to round it all up.


1 1/2 oz. Mount Gay Black Barrel rum

3/4 oz. Stumptown cold brew coffee

1/4 oz. Domaine de Canton Ginger Liquer

1/4 oz. Giffard Banane du bresil

3 dashes Vanilla extract


Pour all ingredients in a coupe glass and garnish with the bruleed banana slice.

This recipe was created by Brett Esler.

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Stars in my eyes:

Sweaters, scarves, cardigans and this cocktail, what can be a more perfect thing for fall!


2 oz. of Santa Teresa 1976 Rum

1/2 oz. Domaine de Canton Ginger Liqueur

3/4 oz. Earl Grey syrup

4 dashes of Angostura bitters

Orange twist as a garnish


Steep Earl Grey tea in 4 oz. of hot water. Mix with equal parts of granulated sugar. Stir until the sugar has dissolved. Combine ingredients in a mixing glass and stir until well-chilled, and serve in a cold cocktail glass.

This recipe was created by Micheal Neff.

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Old rough and ready:

This old and rough cocktail is for bourbon fans and is a sweet bourbon cocktail.


Torched thyme
2 oz. Old Forrester Bourbon (though any Kentucky bourbon will do)
3/4 oz. freshly-squeezed lemon
3/4 oz. honey syrup (one part honey to one part hot water)
Dash of orange bitters
Lemon garnish


To prepare, smoke a rocks cocktail glass with thyme.  Add ice and shake for about 10 seconds, then strain over fresh ice into a cocktail glass. Garnish with a thyme sprig and a lemon wheel.

This recipe was created by Norman James Strobel.