Steer Up Your Weekend With These Cocktails
Just remember: Before you even think of reaching for the cocktail shaker, appoint a designated driver. Always put the keys away before you play, because drunk drivers are never welcome at our party.
• Cointreau 45ml
• Vodka 45ml
• Simple syrup 15ml
• Orange juice 45ml
• Soda 45ml
• Mix all ingredients except soda in a cocktail shaker. Shake and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Top with soda and lemon slice garnish.
— Chef Vaibhav Bhargava, Corporate Chef, Molecule Air Bar and The Drunken Botanist
MOTOR OIL COCKTAIL
• Bourbon • Sugar cube • Black walnut bitters • Sesame oil • Beaker • Ice • Stirrer.
• Place sugar cube in a beaker
• Add 3 dashes of bitters
• Dilute sugar with bitters
• Add 60ml bourbon
• Fill beaker 3/4th with ice
• And stir constantly to dilute Serve chilled in a coupe glass, garnish with a few drops of sesame oil.
— Chef Radhika Khandelwal, Executive Chef/Owner at Ivy & Bean and Fig & Maple
PINEAPPLE JALAPENO MARGARITA
• Tequila 30 ml
• Triple Sec 30 ml
• Pineapple Juice 15 ml
• Lime Juice 15 ml
• Few Chunks of fresh-cut Pineapples
• Few Jalapeno chunks
• Jalapeno Brine as a taste enhancer
• Black Pepper salt for the rim
Take a boast and shaker. Pour all the liquid ingredients in one jar. Place fresh Pineapple & Jalapeno in another jar and muddle them. Top up with ice & hard shake it. Pour into the black pepper & salt-rimmed glass. Note: Suitable glass for this recipe would be Old-fashioned glass.
— Chef Noah Barnes, Corporate executive Chef at Tabula, Beach Cafe and Arriba-Mexican grill & Tequileria
• Martini rosso: 10 ml
• Black label: 45 ml
• Spice syrup: 5 ml
• Plum reduction: 30 ml
• Plum bitter: 4 drops
Mix all the ingredients together in a shaker in the directed proportions and serve chilled. The drink gives the feeling of driving in the Italian country side , because of it’s passion and power. This drink enhances the spices, yet keeps the eliteness of the alcohol in its taste.
— Chef Akshay Bhardwaj, Executive Chef at Whisky Samba