Spirits, parties and revelry have historically been a winning combination. Whether it is a casual hangout or a planned party, alcohol can turn an everyday Joe into a devil incarnate. Party organizers know this age-old secret, and that’s how they help people brew moments they can cherish forever.
Spirits and cocktails do help in helping you rid yourself of the inhibitions and relaxing your mind. However, every time you may not require the stock bourbon or martini to zest yourself up. Whenever you are in a mood to sip something light, delicious, and relaxing, try and order the exotic Slipper cocktails.
This simple and fruity concoction is low on spirits but comes with strong flavours. Japanese Slipper is an easy-to-make cocktail that blends equal parts of Midori, Contreau, and lime juice. All these three fruity elixirs give the drink its signature tangy taste and convert it into a refreshing summer sipper. Short, neat, and fruity, this slipper will surely give your mind the much-pleasant buzz.
Midori Slipper is a close kin of Japanese Slipper. It is prepared by adding Tequila to the original Japanese Slipper recipe. This concoction is somewhat tangy to taste,and the mellowed flavours of Midori will surely satiate your cravings for musk melon. This drink is usually served in a Hurricane glass and garnished with fresh fruits or Maraschino cherries.
Simple, elegant, and effective are the three words best describing this light cocktail. Prepared with Blue Riband gin and blue Curacao, the Glass Slipper is very popular among party-goers and nightlife enthusiasts. Bitter and tart flavours of Curacao and a mild kick of Gin make this slipper drink delectable.
This elegant and smooth concoction is prepared by blending gin, egg liqueur, orange juice, egg white, and simple syrup. Orange juice imparts a golden hue and tangy flavour into the concoction. This sweet and light cocktail is perfect to sip at business parties or formal events where you would prefer to keep your inhibitions in check.
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