5 cocktails named after celebrities
Did you know that there are cocktails named after celebrities? If you have time, you can prepare these cocktails at home by following the recipes.
Cocktails named after celebrities
Have a look at these recipes named after celebrities, to make at home or maybe enjoy at your favorite bar by your favorite bartender!
The Charlie Chaplin
One of the most famous cocktails named after celebrities. This cocktail was created at the famous Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York, at the time when the artist was very famous during the 1920s.
It is a sweet, citric and fruity cocktail, prepared from a mixture of sloe gin, lime and apricot brandy.
The Marilyn Monroe
The charming American actress, singer and model captivated many. Marilyn loved to enjoy a glass of champagne and logically the drink named after her had to include this ingredient. The Marilyn Monroe cocktail combines apple brandy and grenadine. We finish with two cherries and we are ready to honor the beautiful Marilyn Monroe.
The Bill Murray
The actor has a cocktail named after him because he once set foot in The Anchor bar in New York. The bartender then created something special for him by creating the Bill Murray, a cocktail with bourbon, lemon juice, elderflower liqueur, fresh watermelon and basil. A very refreshing cocktail indeed.
The Ginger Rogers
We know the actress for winning an academy award for best actress for her role in the romantic drama Kitty Foyle. Her drink combines gin, fresh yellow lemon juice, ginger-pepper syrup, and mint leaves.
David Bowie, The Goblin King
Who doesn’t love David Bowie? The cocktail named after him is as experimental as the British singer, actor and songwriter was, although it’s not the only cocktail, this one in particular is inspired by his role in the 1980s classic Labyrinth. The Goblin King is a cocktail made with black vodka and smooth vermouth.
Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.
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