21.05.2020 12:21, Adel3004

4. Подберите ингредиенты к рецепту
a) 2 measures Bourbon or Rye whisky, 1 measure lemon juice, ½ tsp sugar, few drops of egg white, soda water
b) 2 measures Bourbon or Rye whisky, 1 cube sugar, Angostura bitter, soda water
c) 2 measures Bourbon or Rye whisky, 1 measure vermouth, Angostura bitter
d) 1 measure Scotch whisky, 1 measure sweet vermouth, Angostura bitter
Stir whisky and vermouth with ice, add a dash of bitters and strain. Add an olive or a twist of lemon. To make a sweet cocktail use sweet vermouth, less bitters, garnish with a Marachino cherry.


4. Подберите ингредиенты к рецепту a) 2 measures Bourbon or Rye whisky, 1 measure lemon juice, ½ tsp

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