- n. Plural form of cocktail.
“I was never interested enough in cocktails to know how they were made.”
“They drank gin cocktails and noshed on deviled eggs as "The Thomas Crown Affair" flashed across a blank wall.”
“If there was a Dark Ages in cocktails, it was perhaps the 1980s and the 1990s.”
“You can add it to soda water and make your own version of ginger ale, and the bottle recommends trying the syrup in cocktails, but I like a little drizzled on pancakes and quickbreads for extra sweetness and spice.”
“If you re not already familiar with the craze for super-large cubes of ice in cocktails, let this be your introduction.”
“If you're not already familiar with the craze for super-large cubes of ice in cocktails, let this be your introduction.”
“When bacon appears in cocktails, mashed potatoes and cupcakes, you know it's time for chefs to find a new trick.”
“Brandy really shines is in cocktails — the intense fruit character and elevated alcohol create a vibrancy that shines through loud and clear in classic cocktails like the Jack Rose and Marconi Wireless (essentially an apple brandy Manhattan, recipe below).”
“It is often expected that coworkers partake in cocktails in social settings.”
“Use a puree of any fruit that mixes well in cocktails; we sometimes make a peanut flavor toro by using smooth peanut butter in place of the fruit puree.”
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