13 Strong Cocktail Recipes, And How To Make Them ASAP

“For whatever reason, you may need a strong drink right now. Or maybe you don’t need it, but you saw this headline and thought, “Ah yes, I’d love a slight numbing agent in my body at this particular moment!”By “strong drink,” we’re not talking about a champagne cocktail or a spritz. We’re talking about more potent drinks, the ones that travel down the back of your throat with a velvety burn and cozy up in the pit of your belly like a long winter’s nap.Even if your bar isn’t fully stocked, you’ve got this. Below are recipes that use vodka, whiskey, tequila, gin and more. So make sure you’ve got your ice cube trays locked and loaded, maybe make a quick trip to the store for fresh citrus and carbonated mixers (that club soda you opened in August is probably flat by now!), and you’re well on your way to cocktail nirvana.Let’s not waste any more time ― here are the cocktail recipes you came here for.1Best Old Fashioned (whiskey: rye or bourbon)Garnish With LemonBest Old Fashioned from Garnish With Lemon2Gin MartiniGarnish With LemonGin Martini from Garnish With Lemon3Bourbon Aperol CocktailsGarnish With LemonBourbon Aperol Cocktails from Garnish With Lemon4Classic Gimlet (gin)A Beautiful MessClassic Gimlet from A Beautiful Mess5Classic Negroni (gin)A Beautiful MessClassic Negroni from A Beautiful Mess6Vodka MartiniA Beautiful MessVodka Martini from A Beautiful Mess7Perfect Manhattan Cocktail (whiskey)Garnish With LemonPerfect Manhattan Cocktail from Garnish With Lemon8Aperol Gin CocktailGarnish With LemonAperol Gin Cocktail from Garnish With Lemon9Tequila MojitoGarnish With LemonTequila Mojito from Garnish With Lemon10Tequila Old FashionedGarnish With LemonTequila Old Fashioned from Garnish With Lemon11Moscow Mule (vodka)Cooks With CocktailsMoscow Mule from Cooks with Cocktails12Sidecar (cognac)A Beautiful MessSidecar from A Beautiful Mess13Classic Lime Margarita On The Rocks (tequila)Cooks With CocktailsClassic Lime Margarita On The Rocks from Cooks with CocktailsWe don’t recommend drinking in excess as a coping mechanism. If alcohol consumption is affecting your life beyond today, reach out for help. In the U.S., call 800-662-HELP (4357) for the SAMHSA National Helpline.




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