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Easy cocktail recipes to make at home

Kiwi lime refresher and whiskey soda; refreshing summer sips to lighten up your mood briskly


Nepalnews
2022 Apr 23, 6:46, Kathmandu
Bartender Amrit Tamang. Photo: Pauline'srooftopbar/Instagram

Raise a glass to some of the simple cocktail recipes like kiwi lime refresher and whiskey soda that are quick and effortless to make. From gatherings to birthday parties, cater these exciting cocktails to make your party lively this summer.

Kiwi lime refresher. Photo: Pauline'srooftopbar
Kiwi lime refresher. Photo: Pauline'srooftopbar

Kiwi lime refresher; Sweet and tangy

Ingredients:

I. Kiwi - 1

II. Fresh mint leaves - 5

III. Lime juice - 1 lemon

IV. Caster sugar - 2 teaspoon

V. Gin - 60 ml

Method:

First, peel kiwi and dice them into small cubes. Smack and muddle the mint leaves, then squeeze 1 lemon, add 2 teaspoon caster sugar, and 60 ml gin, and top it with sprite over ice. Don’t forget to build it in a tall glass and your cool and delicious Kiwi lime freshener is ready.


Whiskey soda. Photo: Pauline'srooftopbar
Whiskey soda. Photo: Pauline'srooftopbar

Whiskey soda; Subtly sweet and sour

Ingredients:

I. Scotch whiskey - 45 ml

II. Fresh coconut water - 25 ml

Method:

Build it in a whiskey glass and top with soda over ice in the mixture.


Contact details:

Bartender at Pauline’s Rooftop Bar: Amrit Tamang

Phone no:. 9881459068

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uhmrit/

Pauline’s Rooftop Bar

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/paulinesrooftop/

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