Video recipes: 5 cocktails from around the world for New Year's Eve (or whenever you feel like a drink)

December 28, 2017

At midnight on December 31, revellers around the world will raise a glass to ring in 2018 — but what will be in that glass will vary widely. To help you celebrate the new year, we've put together a list of five cocktails from around the world that you might like to try this New Year's Eve, plus some video guides on how to make them. Cheers!

With thanks to the Drake One Fifty in Toronto.

1. The Sazerac

Country of origin: The United States of America (New Orleans, Louisiana, specifically)

What you'll need: Cognac, Peychaud's bitters, absinthe, Angostura bitters, sugar, ice

How to make it:

Check out our small group tours to the United States — which include trips going through New Orleans — by clicking here.


2. The Tom Collins

Country of origin: England

What you'll need: Gin, lemon juice, sugar, carbonated water, ice

How to make it:

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3. The Toronto

Country of origin: Either Canada or England, but it is named after the Canadian city of Toronto

What you'll need: Canadian whiskey, sugar, Fernet Branca, Angostura bitters

How to make it:

Check out our small group tours to Canada by clicking here.


4. Negroni

Country of origin: Italy

What you'll need: Campari, gin, vermouth

How to make it:

Check out our small group tours to Italy by clicking here.


5. Pisco sour

Country of origin: Peru

What you'll need: Pisco, egg white, lemon juice, simple syrup

How to make it:

Check out our small group tours to Peru by clicking here.


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