4 Sizzling Summer Cocktails from Mediterranean Delicacies Drink Despite the cold lingering in the air in the early mornings, the soft whisperings of summer are becoming more a part of every day, with the sweet promise of the warm season. As the sun starts setting later, what can be more enjoyable than cocktails with friends to celebrate summer’s return? Whether you are looking to release your inner James Bond with the ultimate martini or show off your creativity and inner mixologist skills, Mediterranean Delicacies has four delightful cocktails for you to share, complete with the incomparable finish of the delectable olive. The Classic Martini The Ingredients: Gin (50ml) Vermouth (10ml) Ice Mediterranean Delicacies Green Olives The Mix: Mix Gin, Vermouth and ice into a metal cocktail shaker Either shake or stir until cold Strain into a chilled martini glass Serve straight up and garnish with 3 olives The Black Devil The Ingredients Dry Vermouth (15ml) Rum (60ml Dark Rum) Mediterranean Delicacies Greek Style Olives The Mix Stir and strain Rum and Vermouth into chilled martini glass Garnish with olive. The Creole Scream The Ingredients Rum (40ml white rum) Dry Vermouth (20ml) Grenadine Syrup (10ml) Bitters (Few Drops) Mediterranean Delicacies Spanish Style Olives Ice The Mix Mix Rum, Grenadine, Vermouth and Bitters Shake with ice Add Olive The Purple Martini The Ingredients Vodka (2 tots) Cranberry juice (1 tot) Curacao Liqueur (1/3 tot) Sweet & Sour mix (1/3 tot) Lemonade (1/3 tot) Mediterranean Delicacies Italian Style Olives Ice The Mix Fill a mixing glass with ice Add Vodka, Cranberry juice, Curacao Liqueur Mix together and add the Sweet & Sour Mix and then the Lemonade Stir and pour into chilled cocktail glass Add olives – either on a skewer and insert into the liquid or as a decorative finish Now you’re ready for spring! Here’s to enjoying refreshing cocktails in the company of good friends. Share:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) You must log in to post a comment.