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Antigua Dining's Mixology LabMay 17, 2016

Digestive cocktails are known as short drinks. They are usually composed of ingredients or elements that promote the digestion of a meal.

These cocktails can be classified into sweet, semi-sweet and creamy cocktails. The first category is based on a mix of a strong and a sweet liquor. The second uses balanced ingredients, and the last is made with milk as the main element.

Mixologists have the opportunity to explore their creativity with digestive cocktails, beyond the traditional (straight) digestive shot usually served at the end of a heavy meal. Here we share some recipes that you can play with the next time you have guests over for dinner.

 

Almond Fresh antigua

Almond Fresh

Ingredients:
2 oz Frangelico
Mix 2 oz Finest Call Lime

Preparation:
Serve ingredients directly into a short glass with ice.

Sambuca Sour antigua

Sambuca Sour

Ingredients:
1 ½ oz Molinari Sambuca
3 oz Finest Call Sweet and Sour
Dash of Finest Call Grenadine

Preparation:
Pour in a shaker with ice, shake and serve in a short glass with ice. Pour the grenadine over the drink.

Margaretto antigua

Margaretto

Ingredients:
1 ½ oz Amaretto Distasi Leroux
3 oz Master of Mixes Margarita Mix
Dash of Grenadine Finest Call

Preparation:
Pour in a shaker with ice, shake and serve in a short glass with ice. Pour the grenadine over the drink.

African Night antigua

African Night

Ingredients:
1 oz Amarula
1 oz Molinari Sambuca Caffè
1 oz Amaretto Distasi Leroux

Preparation:
Pour in a shaker with ice, shake and serve in a chilled Martini glass. You can decorate with coffee beans which also contributes to enhance the drink.

 

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