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Irish Coffee

Irish coffee's sweet taste, creamy flavor & energy boost are just some of the reasons why this drink has remained popular for over 75 years.

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The Glogg or the Swedish Glogg is the perfect hot holiday drink to warm your soul and sets your taste buds aglow, like a cozy winter hug in a cup.

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Clover Club

The clover club cocktail is smooth like silk, and subtly sweet with a hint of sour. Join this club and you'll have a very lucky night!

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Hemingway Daiquiri (Papa Doble)

If you're looking for a classic cocktail with a unique twist, the Hemingway Daiquiri is a perfect choice, and a nod to one of the greatest writers ever.

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Prescription Julep

The prescription julep is exactly what the doctor ordered, except instead of a health tonic, it's a refreshing cocktail. Hey, it still counts as a remedy.

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Frozen Margarita

The frozen margarita is a delicious and refreshing cocktail that is both simple and flavorful, and has become a classic in its own right.

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The Mimosa was also known as a Buck's Fizz, a similar drink by Pat McGarry at the Buck's Club in London. Learn more about the mimosa here...

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Who doesn’t love a full glass of sangria on a hot summer day? It's probably the most ubiquitous wine cocktail & one of the easiest ways to entertain guests.

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Lime in De Coconut Cocktail

Ginger, lime, coconut. Talk about refreshing and delicious. Add a little bit of voda in there and you got yourself a Lime in de coconut cocktail.

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Lynchburg Lemonade

The Lynchburg Lemonade: simple and boozy; just be sure to have a bottle of Jack Daniel's on hand; It's what gives this cocktail its signature flavor.

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Oaxaca Old Fashioned

The Oaxaca old fashion is the solution for a smokier variation on the classic old fashion!

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Virgin Royal Hawaiian (Non-Alcoholic)

A sweet summer time mocktail that doesn't need any alcohol to make sure you're having a good time

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Banana Daiquiri (Frozen)

Nothing transports you to paradise than a frozen banana daiquiri. Grab your ice and start your blenders.

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Blood and Sand Cocktail

The Blood and Sand Cocktail is one of the easiest and tastiest cocktails on the menu. Click here to find out what gave this cocktail its strange name.

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Toasted Almond

The toasted almond is like a boozy chocolate milk, just a hundred times better.
Bottle Of Cocktail Syrup With Lime And Jigger


Everything You Need to Know About Cocktail Syrups

Here's a list of all the different types of cocktail syrups you'll need to know to start your journey. We've listed all the ingredients and directions necessary.

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Brother Cleve Sour

Love Pisco? Looking for a variation of the whiskey sour. Well, we have exactly what you looking for.

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Bobby Burns

Frank Meier's version of this drink in "The artistry of mixing drinks (1936) calls for one part sweet vermouth and one part dry vermouth. For this recipe, we've chosen a more contemporary version of the popular cocktail.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Cocktail Hammer is a mixology-centric website that provides an extensive array of resources for home bartenders, professional mixologists, and cocktail enthusiasts. Here are some responses to the most frequently asked queries to help enhance your cocktail crafting skills.

What is music production?

Music production is the process of creating a recorded music track, from the initial idea or concept to the final product. It involves many stages such as songwriting, arranging, recording, mixing, and mastering. Music producers oversee the entire process, working with artists, musicians, and engineers to achieve the desired sound and feel for a song or album.

What is music engineering?

Music engineering is a subset of audio engineering that specifically deals with the technical aspects of recording and mixing music. It involves using specialized equipment and techniques to capture, manipulate, and enhance the sound of musical performances in a recording studio or other setting.

Music engineers work closely with music producers and artists to ensure that the recorded sound is of high quality and meets the desired artistic vision. They may be responsible for setting up and operating recording equipment, positioning microphones, and adjusting levels and sound quality during the recording process. They may also be responsible for editing and processing the recorded tracks to achieve the desired sound.

Can you build a recording studio at home?

Yes! To build a home recording studio, set a budget and choose a space with good acoustics. Soundproof the room, purchase necessary equipment such as a computer, microphone, headphones, and studio monitors, and test your equipment before recording. Learn how to use your digital audio workstation and experiment with different recording techniques.

Are home recording studios profitable?

Yes! You can earn money from a home studio by providing recording, producing, mixing, and mastering services. You may earn additional money in your spare time by giving your home studio services to the public. A home recording studio can be very profitable if you manage your time and budget well.

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