Mixologist Approved

Ever wish you could make those fancy cocktails you get at restaurants? Well now you can because Tipsy Bartender is bringing you crazy recipes for mixology drinks! Don’t worry, it’s not too good to be true. These upscale drinks are now ready to be made at home, so you can impress your family, friends, and of course yourself with your new bartender skills! So grab a glass and a can-do attitude because we’re ready to rock and roll!  

Heck yeah! I am so ready to make some mixology drinks. Where do I start?

Well as always, homeboy, it all depends on what you like, especially when it comes to mixology. So we encourage you to take a look for yourself, but we can make a few suggestions for your fancy cocktails. Kick things off with a Flying Blue Bird. As the name suggests, this gorgeous gin cocktail is an upscale drink version of the Blue Bird. It mixes up lavender syrup, yuzu juice, luxardo maraschino liqueur, gin, and viola flowers for a fancy cocktail that’s just as beautiful as it is tasty. And if you’re craving more awesome mixology drinks with visual appeal, check out our recipe for our Flaming Strawberry. This fancy cocktail recipe combines rum, creme de banana, pineapple juice, fresh lime juice, strawberries, angostura bitters, and 151 proof rum. Its combination of frozen and flaming features are sure to impress any guest.  

Are there any classic mixology drinks? I'd like to practice my bartender skills.

Tipsy Bartender has the best mixology versions of classic cocktails, so you’re in the right place. If you love a Long Island as much as we do, check out our Japanese Long Island recipe. To make this bad boy, combine hibiscus vodka, red berry gin, white rum, raspberry sake, lychee drink, and BANG! You have a super-potent, fancy cocktail recipe that’s still really refreshing. Cuco’s Mojito is also really great with Cuban rum, lime, sugar, spearmint, apple mint, Hierba Buena, and soda water. Only in mixology drinks can you find three kinds of mint, amirite?