We’ve curated a short list of the best batched cocktails for you to enjoy this New Year’s Eve. Simplify your celebrations with a little preparation prior and you’ll be sipping tasty punches, pitchers and batched cocktails.
A batched and bottled riff on a Margarita cross Paloma. Refreshingly tasty, easy to serve and will keep you wanting more with agave and citrus flavours.
Bring your cocktail kit to Christmas day this year and wow the relatives with these MUST TRY Christmas cocktails. Traditional Christmas ingredients including chocolate, orange and maple with hints of cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg will take you back to Grandma’s kitchen. Don’t forget to SHARE the Christmas spirit on socials!
This cocktail blends together Mezcal, Tequila, grapefruit, sage, sugar and egg white for a textural and smoky sour with herbaceous notes.
The Anejo Honey Sour recipe is a delicious, textural tequila cocktail with a touch of honey. Reminiscent of a Tommy’s Margarita but with a few substitutions – honey instead of agave and lemon juice instead of lime juice – with a healthy dose of tequila!
A unique mix of tequila and bitter Campari that works surprisingly well. The bitterness is balanced with the sweetness of the nutty orgeat and strawberry syrup – definitely worth trying.
Melbourne bartender from the Black Pearl, Chris Hysted, first created the Death Flip cocktail around 2010. This variation on a flip is a herbaceous mix of Blanco Tequila, Yellow Chartreuse and Jagermeister – a smooth, creamy texture with a punch of flavour.
The Pina de Oro is a tequila cocktail somewhat reminiscent of a Tommy’s Margarita with pineapple juice. A sweet, easy drinking tequila cocktail.
The Mestizo Margarita is a cross between a classic Margarita & Tommy’s Margarita with the addition of Kahlua, a coffee liqueur. Sweet to taste and subtle coffee notes.
The Dovetail was created by Andy Chu of the Everleigh and is a twist on a classic Hemingway Daiquiri. The maraschino liqueur is bumped up and the rum is traded for tequila!