Go Stir Crazy. Cocktails To Make At Home.

Whether you are entertaining guests at home or just want a fancy cocktail to kick start your weekend, we’ve gathered some of our favorite cocktail recipes from The Mixologist at Departures for your tasting pleasure.


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Miranda Cocktail


A recipe by Mixologist Fabiola Padilla, founder of the rooftop terrace bar BEKEB in San Miguel, the Miranda cocktail offers a bitter-sweet and spiced flavor with a nutty aftertaste, and makes a bold statement in a Nick & Nora glass.


Ingredients

  • 1oz mezcal

  • 1oz Amaro Averna

  • 1oz Dolin Blanc vermouth

  • 1 oz Fino sherry

  • Lemon peel

Mixing and serving instructions


Combine all ingredients in a mixing glass and stir with ice. Chill a Nick & Nora glass, staring the mixture over the glass. Squeeze the lemon peel over the glass and garnish with lemon peel spiral. Smoke the cocktail inside a cloche with Hickory wood.

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Dry Mix Martini


From The St. Regis Mexico City is a fresh twist on a classic cocktail. The dry mix martini offers different flavors with every sip while pairing with olives, onions and pickles based on your preference.


Ingredients

  • 70ml of Tanqueray No. 10

  • 10ml of extra dry vermouth

  • 2 dashes orange bitter

  • Baby pickles

  • Chayote onions

  • Pitted olives

Mixing and serving instructions


Add all of the ingredients to a mixing glass and refresh with ice cubes for 15 seconds, serve in a cold coupe glass with baby pickles, chayote onions and pitted olives on a plate.

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A cocktail the dominated the 90's never went out of style. Learn how to make a tasty vibrant pink Cosmo for friends, family or yourself.


Ingredients

  • 1.5oz Absolut Citron Vodka

  • .75oz Cointreau

  • .5oz to .75oz lime juice (to taste)

  • .75oz cranberry juice cocktail

Mixing and serving instructions


Add all of the ingredients to a cocktail shaker and shake well over ice for 10-12 seconds. Strain into a stemmed glass and garnish with an orange peel.

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