Most Popular Mixed Drinks At Weddings

Drinking has become a part of celebration traditionally. Drinks are present in every party and celebration and its the sign of celebration. Here are various drinks that would serve our tastes. Here are some of the most popular drinks to be used in your wedding parties.

Mojito

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Mojito is one of the famous rum based drinks and the drink contains only 10% of alcohol. The drink contains lime juice sugar and soda water. This low alcoholic drink is loved by many people.

  • 2-3 ounces of water
  • Soda water
  • 2 tablespoons of sugar
  • Lime and mint spings

Mix the water and sugar and mix them well as soon as the sugar dissolves mix the other ingredients along with rum and serve it chill to the visitors.

Jello Shots

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Its a vodka based drink that can also be done with tequila or rum. It can be replaced with water and the other drinks. Add 3 cups of water, 2 cups of tequila or any other above stated alcohol and 3 packs of jelly with sugar.

Long Island Iced Tea

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It a cocktail drink which contains rum, tequila, vodka, gin and triple sec. The name is so because it tastes like ice tea and are also in the same colour.

Mix same amount of all the above mentioned ingredients and mix them with coca cola. Serve it chilled on an enthusiastic get together.

Old Fashioned

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It a cocktail drink developed during the 19th century. The drink is made up of sugar, bitters, whiskey or brandy and citrus rind.

  • Take 2 ounces of rye whiskey
  • 2-3 dashes of bitters and
  • 1 teaspoon of refined sugar

Muddle the glass with bitter and put the sugar into it and add a little of water to it and let it dissolve. Add the whiskey and large pieces of ice cubes. Garnish the drink with cherry and a slice of orange. It a best party drink if you plan for a retro party.

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