The new year gives you a clean slate. Jade Cocktail. Jade stone is considered invaluable in Chinese culture.
Non-alcoholic drinks are having a moment right now, even among people who do partake. Sure, it's nice to wake up sans hangover, but with all the inventive options out there, we're finding plenty more to love. These are the recipes that prove that booze-free drinking can be delicious, inventive, and refreshing.
Next time you host a cocktail party, or are simply looking for alternatives to your typical go-to drink, try adding some Asian flavors like Thai basil or yuzu juice to your grocery list. As summer continues to heat up, more people are cooling down with delicious Asian-inspired beverages and cocktails. Mixologists in cities all over the world are creating fun new drinks with Asian twists, but cool Asian cocktails aren't just for the experts.
Surprise your guests at your next party with these exotic cocktails. Here are a number of luscious Asian-inspired cocktails fit for any celebration, from New Year's Eve to a summer party. From mango margaritas to a Singapore sling, this selection of 12 delicious drinks brings the faraway flavors of the East to your next soiree.
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Contributed by Orson Salicetti. With the inclusion of agave and lime, this is essentially a sour with some additional components. After 3 weeks, strain and taste each infusion, then combine the infusions.
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This catch-all South East Asian cocktail is part of a growing list of alternative martinis. Shake for one minute, then let stand for a full minute. Rub the piece of ginger around the inside of the bowls of four frozen martini glasses. Strain the martini into the glasses.
Contributed by Jeffrey Morgenthaler. Let set for at least 1 hour but preferably overnight. Strain the rum through a coffee filter set inside of a large strainer into a bowl, then funnel back into the original bowl and label.