There are many cocktails that originated in Great Britain. In fact, it seems like almost every drink you find at a pub or restaurant has a British connection. Some are considered traditional British drinks while others are more modern inventions. Either way, if you’re visiting Great Britain you’ll want to sample these drinks for yourself.
The British have a long history of mixing wine and spirits. In fact, some consider cocktails to be part of our cultural heritage. The origins of cocktails can be traced back to the very first glass that was ever poured. While there is no definitive record of when the very first cocktail was made or by whom, historians estimate that the first cocktail was created somewhere between 1660 and 1700.
The best thing about British cocktails is that most of them are easy to make. Most drinks are also inexpensive — after all, they are made with ingredients that are readily available in any supermarket or liquor store. But if you are looking for something unusual, then you might want to try making your own. This is a great way to learn how to make your own drinks and share them with your friends and family.
Let’s check out some Best Cocktails served by the Brook Pub :
Matcha Pisco Sour:
What’s better than a refreshing, refreshing beverage? A cocktail. And when it comes to the best cocktails available, Pisco Sour has to be at the top of the list. The sweet and tart combination of liquor and tea is the perfect pick-me-up for a cold day or evening. The addition of egg white gives this cocktail an extra boost of protein, which makes it ideal for breakfast or evening snacks. The different textures of the ingredients also give it an extra layer of complexity, making it just that much more satisfying.
The Pisco Sour is perhaps the quintessential cocktail. It may be the perfect balance between sweet and bitter, with citrus notes balanced by rich, creamy, vanilla flavours. It’s the type of cocktail that makes you think wow, this is amazing! Many bartenders consider it the foundation of their craft and it’s easy to see why. The Pisco Sour is easy to make, versatile and delicious. It takes very little effort and virtually eliminates any need for storage space. It’s also incredibly easy to customize, allowing you to tailor each drink to your personal preference. This drink needs to be served in an Old Fashioned Glass.
Bombay Spiced Mary :
The Bombay Spiced Mary is a refreshing cocktail perfect for hot summer days. It’s packed full of flavour – from the spice-infused gin to the tart and earthy celery. The addition of fresh lemon and tomato juice helps bring out the citrus flavours in the gin, while the Worcestershire sauce brings a delicious sweetness to the cocktail. The cinnamon, salt, pepper and Tabasco adds just the right amount of spice to the drink – without overpowering it.
This is one of my most popular cocktails, and it’s easy to see why. It’s a great summer drink with bright citrus flavours, and the addition of spice adds some extra kick. It’s perfect for when you’re feeling summery and want a change of pace from your usual drink. It’s also one of the most simple cocktails I’ve ever made. It’s basically a Bombay Sapphire Gin Highball garnished with a little bit of something extra.
Bombay Spiced Mary is the perfect drink for anyone who loves gin and tonics. It is a classic cocktail that is easy to make at home. It is ideal for parties and celebrations. This drink has an interesting mix of flavours, is easy to make and always adds a little extra zing to your celebrations.
Passion fruit Mojito:
Passion fruit Mojito is an exotic twist on an old favourite. It’s a refreshing blend of light rum, fresh mint, passion fruit puree, crushed ice and soda water. The addition of soda water gives this cocktail a floral flavour that compliments the fruity hints of the rum and passion fruit. You can serve this drink in a tall glass or lowball glass. Either way, it’s sure to be a hit with your guests this summer!
This is a great summer drink that you can enjoy on any occasion. The rum is sweet but balanced out by the lime juice and mint. If you want it a little more alcoholic, you can add a little more sugar or alcohol to the lime juice. You can also add some mint leaves on top for extra flavour or you can leave them off the top. The lime wedges provide a crisp, refreshing flavour and a bit of citrus aroma. The drink may not be very photogenic but it’s easy to make and it’s perfect for a hot summer day or evening. Enjoy!
Come into the Brook Pub at Cambridge to enjoy some of the well-served cocktails from our bar. Our outdoor garden is open for you all to bring in your family and friends to enjoy some drinks. It’s a pet-friendly place allowing you to bring your dogs and cats for some fun.