5 Original Cocktail Recipes to Shake Up Your In-Home Bar
Shake up your beverage experience with these original drink builds from the cocktail experts at Handoff!
There’s something different about whipping up your own fancy cocktail. You can impress your guests, delight your own taste buds, and develop a knack for properly improper portions of liquor 😏… But what happens when you get tired of your classic margarita recipe? We don’t want you to lose the shock and wonder that made your home-made cocktails the talk of the neighborhood.
With that in mind, we decided to create a few recipes to bring the razzle-dazzle back to your in-home bar so you can shake up some new creations for your friends and family. It’s hip, it’s now, it’s wow, and how? Well… check out some recipes below and you’ll find out 🍹
🐊 The Steve Irwin Sting 🍊
A shot. Because, aside from margs, it’s the only way to drink tequila.
1 ½ oz. Cazadores Tequila Blanco
¼ oz Orange juice
Shake w/ ice and strain into a shot glass
Top with Red Bull
Feel the sting
Make another one
🍉 Watermelon Wizbang 💥
Exactly what it sounds like, this cocktail has all the kick you need.
2oz lime juice
2 ice-cube sized chunks muddled watermelon
Add ingredients to a mixing tin w/ ice
Shake and strain into a rocks glass
Top with Weller Watermelon Sparkling Water
Garnish with a lime
⛵ The Captain Jack Sparrow 🌞
“Why is all the rum gone?” -Jack Sparrow
1 ½ oz. Yolo Rum
½ oz Campari Liqueur
1 ½ oz. Pineapple Juice
½ oz fresh squeezed lime juice
Shake all ingredients together in a tin
Strain over new ice into a pint glass
Garnish with a pineapple slice
🍋 Gin-Lemonade Florette 🌸
A perfect combination of flavors for every gin-loving green thumb.
2 oz Fresh-squeezed lemon juice
Shake ingredients together and add ice
Garnish with a lemon or lemon twist
🌆The Mile-Highball 🌄
A little 5280 twist to the classic highball cocktail.
2 oz. TINCUP Whiskey
2 oz. Ginger Beer
Stir ingredients together w/ ice in a highball glass
Garnish w/ a lemon
Have some great, original recipes of your own? Ping us at email@example.com and we’ll give your submissions a try!