Beverage Recipes

Restaurant Drink Recipes

Non-Alcoholic Drink Recipes

Drink Recipes With Alcohol



These Beverage Recipes are real restaurant drink recipes!





Restaurant Beverage Recipes


Non- Alcoholic Drink Recipes

Bloody Shame

Easy Fruit & Soda Punch

Eggnog Punch

Homemade Lemonade

Hot Mulled Cider

Iced Coffee Information

Orange Frappe'

Pineapple Sherbet Punch

Three Fruit Punch

Six Fruit Smoothie

Virgin Bloody Mary

Virgin Mai Tai

Virgin Pina Colada



Information About Tea

Information About Coffee


Beverages with Alcohol


Brief history of Cocktails - A Video


Bourbon, Whiskey, Scotch

Bourbon, Whiskey or Scotch Sour

Chivas Regal Satin Manhattan

Hot Double Irish

Hot Toddy - Whiskey, Brandy or Rum

Irish Coffee

Manhattan - Classic & Perfect Versions

Mint Julep

Old Fashioned

Rob Roy

Rusty Nail


Brandy

B & B

Coffee Nudge

Hot Toddy - Whiskey, Brandy or Rum


Gin

Dirty Martini

Tom Collins


Tequila

Baja Prickly Pear Margarita

Margarita - Classic Version

Mexican Coffee

Mexican Flag Cocktail

Midori Margarita

Prickly Pear Margarita

Tequini Cocktail


Rum

Daiquiri - Classic Version

Fish House Punch

Hot Buttered Rum

Hot Toddy - Whiskey - Brandy - Rum

Mai Tai - Classic Version

Malibu Beach

Mojito

Pina Colada - Classic Version

Zombie




Vodka

Black Russian and White Russian

Bloody Mary Mix

Bloody Mary - Classic Version

Cosmopolitan - Classic Version

Dirty Martini

Espresso Martini - Midnight Espresso

Harvey Wallbanger

Lemon Drop Martini

Lemon Drop Shot

Malibu Beach

Martini - Basic, Classic, Perfect Versions

Raspberry Lemonade

Sour Apple Martini

Strawberry-Cranberry Frost

Surfer Martini


Liqueurs

Chocolate Covered Cherry

Irish Cream Stinger

Sombrero

 

Wine, Champagne, Beer And Others

Basic Mimosa Plus Great Variations

Sangria and Sangria Blanco



Information About Beer

Information About Wine

Information About Barware

Cheers

Enjoy your beverages and the company you share them with!

Donna


“The water was not fit to drink. To make it palatable, we had to add whisky. By diligent effort, I learned to like it.”

Winston Churchill