Cocktails play a fundamental role in every wedding. We share some tips.

Cocktails play a fundamental role in every wedding. We share some tips.

It’s no secret: liquor drinks are a fundamental aspect of any link. And it is that, already entered the wedding, are those that allow creating a great atmosphere at the hand of an expert DJ and guests willing to have a good time. To ensure that your guests feel well cared for and that cocktails are never missed at your wedding, take note of these tips. Family mediation service after divorce

 

-If your wedding is daytime, give out sparkling wine or champagne. Both drinks are refreshing, ideal to receive guests. The wine (white, pink or red) is also a good option. In the links at night, meanwhile, you should not miss the martinis.

 

– No matter the time of your wedding, the inevitable liquors are rum, vodka, whiskey, and tequila. If you want to give a special touch for health wellbeing, you can also include a young mezcal mixed with Jamaica or tamarind water. You can fill the glass with ice and frost it with worm salt.

 

-In the beach, weddings should include the same basic drinks to mix. Take into account that hot weather sites prefer white or rosé wine over red wine.

 

Calculate alcohol for your wedding

 

Do you have no idea how many bottles you should buy for your wedding? You can base yourself on this list.

 

Rum, whiskey, tequila, and vodka

 

(number of bottles per type of liquor)

 

For food

 

100 guests: 16

 

200 guests: 32

 

300 guests: 48

 

500 guests: 80

 

1,000 guests: 160

 

For dinner

 

100 guests: 12

 

200 guests: 24

 

300 guests: 36

 

500 guests: 60

 

1,000 guests: 120

 

Red wine / white wine / champagne / digestives

 

For food

 

100 guests: 30/20/12/3

 

200 guests: 60/40/24/6

 

300 guests: 90/60/36/9

 

500 guests: 150/100/60/15

 

1,000 guests: 300/200/120/30

 

For dinner

 

100 guests: 24/16/12/3

 

200 guests: 48/32/24/6

 

300 guests: 72/48/36/9

 

500 guests: 120/80/60/15

 

1,000 guests: 240/160/120/30

 

Cocktails for all tastes

 

Allow your guests with these delicious cocktails. We share some recipes!

 

Grapefruit and champagne mojito: 1 oz. of fresh lemon juice, 1 oz. of fresh grapefruit juice, 1 tbsp. of refined sugar, 6 to 8 fresh mint leaves, 2 oz. of rum, 3 to 4 oz. of champagne (or, if you prefer, mineral water). Serve in a wine glass and decorate with a slice of grapefruit.

 

Fruit Margarita: 2 oz. of tequila, 2 oz. of Cointreau, 1 oz. of natural syrup, 1 oz. of lemon juice, 8 frozen blackberries (or, preferably, fresh). Blend and serve in a frosty glass.

 

Alcohol-free cocktails

Shirley Temple: 2 oz. of ginger ale, a trickle of grenadine, 1 oz. of orange juice and cherries. In a shaker mix the grenadine and orange juice. Serve chilled in a glass and add the ginger ale. Decorate with a cherry.

 

Cucumber mojito: 1/2 lemon, 1/4 cucumber kid without seeds, fresh mint leaves, 2 tbsp. of sugar, mineral water and ice. Cut the lemon and cucumber into cubes, place them in an old-fashioned glass with the mint leaves and sugar, mash with a mortar and pestle. Add ice to the glass and mix. Include a little mineral water and decorate with leftover cucumber cubes and a mint leaf.

 

Low in calories

Lemon vodka: 1.5 oz. of vodka, 1/2 oz. of agave nectar, 1/2 oz. of lime juice, lemon leaves and 3 oz. of tonic water. Mix vodka, nectar and lemon leaves in a mixer. Serve in a glass with lots of ice and fill with tonic water. Decorate with a mint leaf.

 

 

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