Parties are perfect for celebrating success or special occasions. Wine and Music have always gone together in making a party sensational. For ages, these two things have fuelled the spirit of party-goers around the world.
Beats of the drum, strumming of guitar, tunes of the piano and the lyrics of songs will surely compel you to tap a leg on the party floor. A glass of wine or your favourite rum will surely add fuel to the fire and help you loosen up your inhibitions. But, if you plan to take the fun experience to a new level, then you need to unleash the party animal within you, and nothing sets it free better than a Rock and Roll Cocktail.
Rock and Roll cocktails are showing up at many party menus around the world. Sip one of these five rocking concoctions, and get lost in the tunes of music.
This North Scottsdale shimmy recipe does manage to blur out the apparent connection between sips and karaoke. The strong blend of Tequila, St. Germain, Aperol and orange juice pairs perfectly with Pink Flloyd’s classics.
This bubbly cocktail is ideal for anyone who is light on their feet and wants to spend the night dancing. Gold Digger is a fortified cocktail made by blending Elderflower Liqueur, Gin, Lemon and Strawberry. It is the perfect drink to sip during business parties or celebrations, while dancing to soft music.
Shot Through the Heart
The name may sound familiar to the lyrics of Bon Jovi’s song, “You Give Love a Bad Name.” But the naming credit goes to the crafty bartender, who used Bulleit Bourbon to make this strong Lowball. This powerful concoction delivers fruity flavours and a strong kick.
Heart of Stone
Take a few sips of this Caribbean mix and you might end up with the swagger of Mick Jagger. This punch-drunk cocktail blends up the audacious Corazon Tequila with Pomegranate Liqueur, Agave Nectar and Fresh Lime.
Rock and Roll Mango Mojito
Groove to the rock beats this summer with the Rock and Roll Mango Mojito. This refreshing Cuban concoction comes with a tangy twist of Mango juice and a hint of sweet agave syrup.
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