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Posted: Apr 06, 2021
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By: Jordan Scott

Homemade Cocktails to Craft Together

Did someone say homemade cocktails? We've compiled a list of 13 homemade cocktail recipes you and your partner can recreate together.

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Classic Margarita from A Couple Cooks

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Even if you can't go out to celebrate, why not recreate Taco and Tequila Tuesday in your home? And what better vehicle for tequila than a freshly-made margarita? This recipe uses only 3 ingredients, meaning there is no added sugar, making this a clean, authentic version without any of the added fake sweetness of a mix.

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Spicy Margarita from Liquor

Spicy Margarita from Liquor

Looking to spice things up? Add a little heat to your drink with a spicy margarita using fresh jalapeño and reposado tequila. It's a nice twist on an old classic to give a little kick to your nightcap.

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Mudslide Cocktail from The Spruce Eats

Mudslide Cocktail from The Spruce Eats

If you're looking for a cocktail that also feels like dessert, try the mudslide. Using only 3 ingredients, this boozy treat can also be blended to create a more milkshake-like concoction. Plus, that gives you an excuse to break out the chocolate syrup, which only makes things even more decadent.

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Lemon Drop Martini from The Spruce Eats

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The lemon drop martini is a popular item on any modern martini menu, and it's easy to make in the comfort of your own home. The recipe is simple and can be adjusted to your taste. Just make sure to use the best and freshest ingredients possible to make sure the flavors really shine through.

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Manhattan from Food & Wine

Manhattan from Food & Wine

The Manhattan is a cocktail that goes back a long way with the earliest printed recipe published in 1884. Make one with the vermouth of your choice, and toast to the city that we love and live in.

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Bee's Knees Honey Cocktail Recipe from Southern Living

Bee's Knees Honey Cocktail Recipe from Southern Living

The Bee's Knees is that summer crush. A kiss as light as a breeze in the heat. Let the flowery taste of honey syrup, along with the boldness of the gin, take you away somewhere especially sweet.

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Classic Aperol Spritz from Cookie and Kate

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The aperol spritz has gotten a bad rap, but this tasty apéritif makes for a lovely and light pre-meal cocktail. The drink requires no stirring or shaking and can have the ingredient amounts adjusted to reduce bitterness or alcohol content. It also pairs well with foods like goat cheese with crusty bread or fresh fruit like grapes or strawberries.

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Whiskey Sour Party Punch Recipe from Tastefully Eclectic

Whiskey Sour Party Punch Recipe from Tastefully Eclectic

Your mood will be anything but sour with this delicious bourbon-based punch. If a whiskey sour is your drink of choice, you'll love this tangy mix of citrus and soda. Make a batch to host a happy hour with roommates or family, or share a punch bowl with just your S.O. and make a whole evening of it.

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Pumpkin Apple Shandy from Jennifer Meyering

Pumpkin Apple Shandy from Jennifer Meyering

Quarantine is a lawless period where you can make your home whatever you want it to be. If you're missing the simpler time, recapture the feeling of fall by making this delicious pumpkin apple shandy from Jennifer Meyering. It's got all those autumn flavors with minimal ingredients. Take a sip and imagine falling leaves.

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Frosting Shots from Crazy for Crust

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Perhaps a frosting shot is the kind of out-there idea that you would only attempt during quarantine, but it's hard to resist these fun dessert shots. If you're the type of person who loves birthday cake scented and flavored everything, you'll want to have these sprinkles-rimmed drinks on the regular. Try them on a weeknight for a fun treat, or break them out to get festive for a special occasion.

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Sloe Gin Fizz Recipe from The Kitchen Magpie

Sloe Gin Fizz Recipe from The Kitchen Magpie

If you're looking to add a new bottle of booze to your bar, pick up some sloe gin, a sweeter, reddish liquor made from the sloe berry. This recipe for a sloe gin fizz makes for a simple and light cocktail, low in alcohol content and made popular in the 70s. It's almost too easy to have more than one.

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Easy Blueberry Mojito from Nutrition à la Natalie

Easy Blueberry Mojito from Nutrition à la Natalie

Summer is coming, and you'll want to have all the delicious refreshing cocktails in your repertoire by the time things start to heat up. This recipe for a blueberry mojito is a fruity take on a classic that is easily adaptable for any situation. You can use frozen blueberries if needed, and you can make a few adjustments if you want to keep this drink alcohol-free. Plus, it has less sugar than your standard mojito, so you can down these guilt-free.

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