Throwing a Party? Set Up Your Own Cocktail Bar


Speaking about budget-friendly cocktails, here’s a perfect way to put that bottle of whiskey you’ve received as a gift into a good use. This drink is so simple and easy to do. After all, you only need two ingredients!

Ingredients: 2 oz. Whiskey, Ginger ale

Directions: Fill a highball glass with ice. Pour whiskey into the glass. Top with ginger ale.


Iced Tea Sangria

This cocktail drink can be serve right away and is a great one to mix up that everyone will enjoy.  A sangria with a twist by adding iced tea that your guests will surely love. It is so delicious and refreshing.

Ingredients: 2 cups Fresh brewed iced tea, 2 cups White wine, Honey or Simply syrup, 2 cups Chopped fresh fruits

Directions: Combine tea, wine and honey (or simple syrup) until honey is dissolved and sangria reaches desired sweetness. Refrigerate for several hours or overnight. Before serving, add in fresh fruit. Serve chilled, over ice.


Moscow Mule

This cocktail is not only refreshing but it’s also delicious. It’s a great way to start off your evening of classy cocktails. It’s so easy to do and won’t totally use up all of your liquor collection.

Ingredients: 2 parts Vodka, ½ parts Lime juice, Ginger beer, Ice

Directions: Squeeze the lime into a Collins glass, and then drop in the empty lime half. Add a few ice cubes then pour in the vodka, followed by the ginger beer. Make sure you serve this delicious cocktail with a stirring rod for extra class.

These cocktails are always fun to try and even more fun to experiment with. Just be careful that you take it steady or else you’ll definitely be regretting it the next morning.