Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Cocktails With Indian Twist

Hey Everyone!!!!
Its FriYAY finally. I am sure each one of you is really tired after a hectic week. And that surely calls for some party while sipping your favourite cocktail. Not sure where to go? Don't worry because the new Pub finder in India is here to sort your weekend. The most happening Pubs in Town are now at your fingertips all thanks to the pub finders!
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Image Credit: LiveInStyle.com

For those willing to experiment a bit with the flavours, this post has some bonus recipes. The good old margaritas and mojitos, with some desi twist. So let’s begin. But before that please make sure you drink responsible and live responsibly.

  1. Khus Mojito: Mojito is my personal favourite. Nothing is more refreshing than a glass of mojito after a long tiring week. And trust me this also one of the easiest one too. All you need is some white rum, lemon wedges, mint leaves, sugar syrup and soda. In addition to these classic ingredients, you will also need son Khus syrup. Muddle some lemon wedges with mint leaves. Add crushed ice along with rum and sugar syrup. Add some more crushed ice followed by soda. Quickly add some khus syrup and garnish with a sprig of mint leave and serve. Your cool khus mojito is ready!
  2. Chaat Margarita: Margarita is synonymous with the salt rim. Margarita a classic favourite also requires very few ingredients –tequila, Cointreau, lemon juice, sugar syrup and some chaat masala to add Indian flavour! Rim the glass with salt and chat masala. Fill it with lots of ice cubes. In a shaker, add all the ingredients and shake well. Pour in the glass over ice cubes and enjoy. The good old margarita with a kick of chaat masala.  
  3. Anaar Cosmo: Almost every girl’s favourite, cosmopolitan is usually made with 3 ingredients - cranberry juice, vodka and lemon wedges. Give it some desi twist with added pomegranate flavour. In a shaker add crushed ice, cranberry juice, squeezed lemon juice along with the wedges and pomegranate juice. Shake well and strain in martini glass. Top with some pomegranate on top and serve.
Liked these recipes? Do let me know if you try any of these. Also don’t forget share pictures with #PartyinIndia on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!!!
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