Bored of the same old, plain old cocktail recipes?
Go ahead and make your drinks eggs-tra special by adding in some egg!
Apart from making your cocktails edgy, eggs also add a lovely, velvety texture to them.
So, break out of your shell, eggs-pand your horizons and crack into these cocktail recipes!
The smoky notes of Johnnie Walker Black Label elevate this classic cocktail’s flavours to a new height.
60ml Johnnie Walker Black Label Whisky
22ml lemon juice
22ml 1:1 simple syrup
2 dashes aromatic bitters
1 egg white
Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and add all the ingredients.
Shake hard for around 20 seconds to mix all the ingredients.
Strain into a glass, remove the ice and shake again.
Either serve neat in a cocktail glass, or over ice in a tumbler.
A perfect cocktail to toast to the season, this one has a way of cooling us up from the inside out!
50ml Tanqueray London Dry Gin
25ml French orange liqueur
25ml lemon juice
15ml sugar syrup
1 egg white
Shake all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice.
Shake well for 10-15 seconds or until the outside of the shaker becomes frosted.
Strain into highball glass.
Vodka Coffee Eggnog
This festive sipper may look simple but here’s a catch; there are tons of flavours hiding in the glass to pass it off as a dessert cocktail.
50ml Smirnoff No 21 Vodka
20ml coffee liqueur
15ml double cream
1 dash Angostura bitters
1 tsp coffee, for dusting
Place ingredients in a shaker
Shake to combine all the ingredients.
Add ice to shaker, shake again, and strain into a glass.
East Meets West Sour
This sweet and sour combination of vodka and pear would make the perfect addition to your next weekend soiree or date night.
45ml Ketel One Vodka
20ml fresh lemon juice
20ml sugar syrup
15ml egg white
Grated cinnamon, for garnish
Muddle the pear in the shaker.
Add the rest of the ingredients and shake with ice.
Double strain into a chilled couple and garnish with cinnamon.
That’s all yolks!
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