Liquor not only brings life to your house party or to you after a long day of golf. The cold distilled spirit can invoke a range of emotions by acting on the user’s brain. The most common emotion that it invokes is the sense of euphoria. An ecstatic wave of overwhelming joy rushes through your body as you sip through each ounce of the cold beverage. Alcohol can also be helpful for those pre wedding jitters that you get, so salute to that.
Weddings and alcohol are not just synonymous for some, but to a certain extent a staple that just can’t be denied. The question that arises and haunts a lot many people is which type of alcohol to have at the bar? Champagne is way too overrated to be a wedding alcohol. Granted nothing calls for a toast without the bubbly, effervescent wine from France, but what about the rest of the event?
Fret not, for we have compiled the best alcoholic beverages for any wedding. For the sake of taste and keeping all varieties of people in mind, we’ve come to the conclusion that nothing works better than cocktails! You can also add weed gummies to your wedding, or just for a select few.
There will be a surprise at the end of the article, so keep that on the back of your mind.
Manhattan Goes Hollywood
Going out with the simplest of all the cocktails in the list, This Manhattan variation is for all those who don’t prefer bourbon or whisky and are tequila aficionados. The entire recipe remains the same with just one small difference that makes all the change.
This drink might not physically take you to Hollywood, but will surely make you feel like a celebrity.
- 3 fl oz of your best Tequila
- ¾ tsp simple syrup, or maple syrup for additional flavor
- 3-4 dashes Orange Bitters
- Orange Peel
The best glass to use is coupe glass for the best experience of a Manhattan goes Hollywood. After adding all the ingredients in a mixing tumbler, add a large lump of ice and stir thoroughly, do not shake. Pourn in the drink and garnish to serve chilled.
This is where we start to add tons of flavor to our cocktail. The Negroni is an Italian cocktail that includes a variety of liqueur in equal parts with Gin. It is meant to be sipped slowly and savored, to let all the flavors seep into a cohesive party in your mouth.
The types of liqueur and alcohol that it contains makes it not more than a 3-4 glass drink, unless of course you have absolutely nothing to do the next day.
- 1 fl oz of the driest Gin you can get your hands on
- 1 fl oz of Campari
- 1 fl oz of Sweet Vermouth
- Orange Peel
Add the Gin and the liqueurs in a glass tumbler with a large block of ice. Stir till you get a blood orange hue of the drink. Pour into a rocks glass, with a sizable ice ball and garnish with an orange peel.
Blood and Sand
One of the few classic mixes to add scotch, this cocktail brings forth the versatile sense of scotch, rather than it being a monotonous alcohol. With a couple of liqueurs and spritz of orange juice, it is a great upgrade to a mimosa.
Enjoy scotch like you’ve never seen before in a drink that invites all levels of alcohol drinkers.
- ¾ fl oz of the best Speyside Scotch, for their predominant sweet and fruity notes
- ¾ fl oz of sweet vermouth
- ¾ fl oz of Cherry liqueur
- ¾ fl oz of freshly squeezed Orange juice
- Orange Peel
Add the liqueur, scotch, vermouth and orange juice in a shaker and shake till chilled thoroughly. Pour it in an elegant lace coupe glass and garnish with an orange peel.
This isn’t technically a cocktail as much as a knockout punch. Called a depth charge, Jäger-bombs bring life into any place they arrive and is not the go to for many, with their tumultuous history with the drink.
Nevertheless once started, it is difficult to stop taking one after the other and another. It is notoriously known for the burst of energy it gives you along with other things.
- 5½ – 6 fl oz of any citrus flavored energy drink
- 1½ fl oz of Jagermeister liqueur
Pour your energy drink in a pint glass with the Jägermeister being poured into a double shot glass. Drop the “bomb” in the shot glass into the energy drink and down the hatch it goes.
And here we are with the surprise we mentioned earlier. This fermented brew needs no calling cards to itself. We recommend Pilsner as the fantastic mix of sweet, bitter, spice and everything nice is in perfect harmony to each other, no one flavor overpowering in any sense.