Some cocktails remind certain movies. We selected our favorites. Which one is yours?
Cocktail (1988): Red Eye
Red Eye cocktail's tomato effectively masks the flavor of the beer, but the carbonation is still detectable. Although some people might not enjoy the texture the whole egg gives to the beverage, altogether, it's not that horrible!
Casino Royale (2006): Vesper Martini
James Bond made the Vesper, also called the Vesper Martini, well-known. Author of the James Bond series Ian Fleming is the one who created the cocktail. The beverage has the name of the fictitious double agent Vesper Lynd and originally appears in his 1953 book "Casino Royale."
The Big Lebowski (1998): White Russian
A white Russian is vodka, coffee liqueur, and cream mix that is served over ice in an old-fashioned glass.
Ronin (1998): Grasshopper
A Grasshopper is a sweet, after-dinner beverage with mint flavor. The beverage's name is derived from the crème de menthe that gives it its green hue. The drink, according to Tujague's, a tavern in New Orleans, Louisiana's French Quarter, was created in 1918 by Philip Guichet, the business's proprietor. In the 1950s and 1960s, the beverage became increasingly popular throughout the American South.
The Blues Brothers (1980): Orange Whip
Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas (1998): Singapore Sling
A sling cocktail from Singapore, the Singapore Sling is made with gin. Ngiam Tong Boon, a bartender, created this lengthy beverage in 1915.
Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011): Old Fashioned
The ingredients for an Old Fashioned cocktail are sugar, bitters, water, and whiskey (usually rye or bourbon). An orange slice or zest and a cocktail cherry are used as a garnish. A cocktail's predecessor, the Old Fashioned glass, is how it is typically served.
Cruel Intentions (1999): Long Island Iced Tea
A Long Island iced tea, also known as a Long Island iced tea cocktail, is a style of alcoholic beverage usually mixed with vodka, tequila, light rum, triple sec, gin, and a dash of cola, which gives the drink the same amber tint as iced tea.
Practical Magic (1998): Margarita
Tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice make up the ingredients of a margarita, which is frequently served with salt-rimmed glasses. The beverage is served blended with ice or shaken with ice. The drink is typically served in a margarita glass, a stepped-diameter variation of a cocktail glass or champagne coupe.
Inside Man (2006): Pina Colada
Rum, cream of coconut, coconut milk, and pineapple juice are the main ingredients in the Pina Colada cocktail, which is typically mixed or shaken with ice. A wedge of pineapple, a maraschino cherry, or both may be used as a garnish. The beverage comes in two varieties, both of which have Puerto Rican origins.
Would you like to try these cocktail recipes at home and have a movie cocktail day? You can find most of the ingredients and extras on the Juciefly menu. Here are some of the alcohol you can buy in Los Angeles.