How to Make a Lemon Drop Cocktail

Lemon Drop CocktailWhen you prepare cocktail beverages to celebrate a special moment with your dear ones or while hosting a party for your friends, you would want to make the drinks extremely tasty. The addition of lemon drops can give a fabulous makeover to quite a lot of drinks. In order to get a hang of the ingredients included in preparing the most popular cocktail beverages, you should visit one of the alfresco bars in Singapore and order a drink after scanning through the drinks menu. If you’re in a mood to taste new variants, you might end up spending a lot of time. There are different types of lemon drop cocktails that are available at the bars Singapore. Once you understand the ingredients used to prepare these drinks, you will be able to prepare it at home too.

One of the most common cocktail drinks available at majority of the watering holes including the whisky bars in Singapore is the Martini cocktail. This is one of the best lemon drop cocktails which is prepared with vodka, limoncello, and lemon juice as the key ingredients. A slice of lemon is used to garnish the drink too. The juice from at least 4 large lemons is stored in a glass first. Drops of lemon juice are added to the vodka through the sides of the glass, instead of adding it directly. During the process, a pinch of sugar is added to the vodka and constantly stirred while the lemon juice gets mixed along. The contents are then transferred to a martini shaker and ice cubes are added too. Now the ingredients are shaken well in order to blend it all together. When you serve it in beautiful glasses, it will be a special beverage during parties and corporate events. You will definitely be able to impress your guests when you serve this elegant drink!

Lemon drop cocktails can be prepared easily at home. You can try out new variants by substituting the alcohol constituent with other options. Rum and tequila can also be used in place of vodka to prepare amazing varieties of lemon drop cocktails!

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