Homemade CocktailsThe classic ingredients are easy to find: gin, campari, sweet vermouth and oranges. So reward yourself with a bright and tasty cocktail after a long day at home. Make sure you combine all the ingredients for this simple and delicious cocktail, except orange juice and orange peel. Put all ingredients into a Boston shaker and shake in a stone glass and strain over ice. Like a good Negroni, vermouth is always kept in the refrigerator, and making your own ingredients saves money. The most commonly used bar ingredients are vodka, rum, gin, lime juice and vermouth, as well as bitter. Learn how to make the cocktails and drinks that are served at bars and learn how to make them at home. Bitter is one of the most popular ingredients in alcohol-serving establishments, and bartenders often use it in their cocktails and many other drinks. Bitter drinks include vodka, coffee, liqueurs and cream, as well as many other bitter substances. Check out our list of the best bitters for use in your own home - home-made cocktails and other cocktails. Vodka and coffee cream are enough to make a smooth, classic cocktail. Live the classic Manhattan recipe, which consists of whisky, vermouth, Angostura bitters and a dash of bitter for a smooth, bitter drink - a free drink. This simple cocktail recipe, similar to the classic margarita, contains tequila and grapefruit instead of lime. This simple drink is sweet, tart and refreshing and you don't have to dirty your cocktail shaker. Paloma is traditionally made with grapefruit soda, but this recipe uses grape juice, soda and water for a natural drink. The berry frothy candle is begged with sparkling water and tangled fresh berries and also goes well with rum or tequila. This simple cocktail recipe for the kiddos that will drive them crazy with a little sugar and a few drops of lemon juice. This DIY cocktail station was a huge hit at our FriendsdayNight Party and the perfect addition to our summer soiree. The DIY cocktail bar is centred around a framed recipe sheet with cocktail suggestions, and of course guests can mix and match ingredients to create their own unique drinks. Make your own drinks and we will definitely explore the many different ways you can make them yourself. Citrus vodka and lemonade, combined with lemon juice, lemon zest, lime juice and lemon juice. Clementine Mojito, which contains a combination of citrus, grapefruit, pineapple and mineral water. This cocktail recipe consists of pineapple, orange juice with lemon, apple cider vinegar, sparkling wine and a hint of vodka. In this vodka cocktail recipe we use the classic "Sex on the Beach Ingredients" and mix them all together to make an amazing frozen drink. I've only just started to make it, but it's obviously a combination of vodka, lime juice, lemon zest, apple cider vinegar, sparkling wine and mineral water. Place a tablespoon of homemade sugar syrup in a glass and mix with a dozen fresh mint leaves (you will be using your hands all the time). Crush a quarter cup of frozen berries and add a tablespoon of homemade sugar syrup and pour over. Add 1 / 2 cup freshly squeezed orange juice and half a teaspoon fresh lemon zest and mix for a few seconds. Strain into a chilled coupé glass and mix all ingredients well with ice into the ice mixing glass and refrigerate for at least one hour. For a less sweet, quinine-free drink, replace the water tonic with club soda and the drink with tonic water. The amount of quinine in tonies nowadays is minimal, but those allergic to Qu-inine may show a reaction. Make sure you can get at least 1 / 2 cup of water per drink and no more than 2 cups per day for the rest of the year. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice, add tequila, lime juice and triple sec, stir briefly and shake well. Pour gin and lime juice over ice in a glass and top up with club soda. Cover the rim of the glass with salt and place in the freezer for at least 30 minutes. If you don't like any of the above, you can check out the BBC website for a full list of all my recipes and other cocktails. Some home-made tonics require tracking down obscure ingredients, while others simply require sugar, nuts, fruits, juices and spices that you are likely to find at your local grocery store. Some are actually quite easy and inexpensive to manufacture at home, but ordering online makes it easier to get your hands on them. There is nothing wrong with making a small cocktail that is refined with a passion for taste, especially if you are like me. This is basically a homemade sour mixture, but it is also a great way to consume any citrus you have lying around.