The recipe for Old Fashioned, Negroni, Aperol Spritz and Dry Martini

There is something exciting about creating a . It is a real ritual that possible combinations between alcoholic drinks with liqueurs, syrups and mixers are more than the squares a chessboard has, but to play this particular game you should start with the following 10 classic cocktails. You may have to make several attempts to obtain an acceptable technique, however what you should always keep in mind is that nothing can go wrong with a cocktail, even if it is from an amateur. Old Fashioned Ingredients 60 ml bourbon or whiskey 1 cube of white sugar or 1 slice teaspoon 3 drops Angostura bitters 1 uncorned orange Process In a glass of whiskey, add the sugar and wet it with the angostura. If it is cube, press it with the pestle or a spoon to melt well. If it is hard and it does not melt easily, we can add some soda (about 1 tablespoon). Add 4-5 ice cubes and the whiskey. With a knife cut along the orange two strips from its skin. Fold the strips in half, over the glass, with the outer part of their bark outward, so that their essential oils are released into the drink. Mix with a stirrer to mix the whiskey with the melted sugar and… the… the bottom! Negroni Ingredients 30 ml gin 30 ml Campari 30 ml sweet red vermouth Process Mix all the ingredients in a shaker with ice and strain into a frozen glass with an orange slice. Aperol Spritz Ingredients 100ml white wine or Prosecco 50ml Aperol Soda Process Pour a handful of ice into a tall glass. Add the wine and Aperol, mix and fill the glass up with plenty of soda. Garnish, if you like, with an orange slice. Dry Martini Ingredients 70 ml dry jeans 10-15 ml dry Bermuda Process Add the ingredients to a mixing glass with ice, stir and strain in a cold glass of martini. Garnish with an olive or lemon ribbon.