Longdrinks Recipes

In contrast to cocktails, long drinks are served in tall glasses. They are often served with straws, which is especially important if they contain crushed ice. Long drinks can be decorated with various fruits of the season, whereby there are no limits to the imagination. For the preparation of long drinks you should have enough ice in stock.

Aperol Spritz
Aperol Spritz tastes very refreshing, similar to white wine spritzer, only with a slightly bitter note. Aperol tastes milder and is not as bitter as Campari. ...
Baileys & Freeze Coffee
Baileys & Freeze Coffee should be prepared one day before serving. First boil a strong coffee and let it cool down. ...
Batida di Coco Orange
Batida di Coco Orange For Batida di Coco Orange first fill ice cubes into a shaker. Add vodka, Batida di Coco, cream and freshly squeezed orange juice. ...
Blue Curacao Tonic
Blue Curacao Tonic is a tangy fruity long drink with a fine orange aroma. The tonic gives it a slightly bitter note, does not taste too sweet and is particularly refreshing when served chilled. ...
Campari soda
Campari soda tastes slightly bitter and is a refreshing long drink that is one of the classics. Refrigerate soda water in time. ...
Champagne with Armagnac - Plum
Champagne with Armagnac - Plum Sparkling wine with Armagnac - plum tastes particularly good with plums pickled in Armagnac - see recipe. Otherwise use ready-soaked plums in Armagnac. ...
Chili Gin Tonic
Chili Gin Tonic does not only look decorative, it also has a fine hotness, which makes it an interesting drink. Fill large ice cubes into two glasses. ...
Cold Egg Nog
Cold Egg Nog Kalter Egg Nog is a classic egg punch for the Christmas season. Beat the egg whites until stiff. ...
Egg Nog Eggs Punch
Egg Nog Eggs Punch Egg Nog Eier Punsch is a typical drink from the USA, which is mainly drunk at Christmas time. Unlike egg punch, which is drunk hot in Germany, Egg Nog is served well chilled. ...

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