- Lady Finger
- 1 oz (30 mL) gin, 1 oz (30 mL) kirschwasser, ½ oz (15 mL) cherry brandy, 1 oz (30 mL) lemon juice, ½ tsp (2.5 mL) superfine sugar.
- Shake all the ingredients in a shaker with ice and strain into a cocktail glass.
- Lady Killer
- 30 mL gin, 15 mL Cointreau, 15 mL apricot brandy, 60 mL Maracujanektar, 60 mL Ananassaft.
- Latin Manhattan
- 2 measures (60 mL) each of white rum, sweet vermouth and dry vermouth.
- Add a splash of maraschino cherry juice and shake in a cocktail shaker and serve “up” (with no ice) in a Martini glass with a twist of lemon peel. When making this drink, avoid the temptation to use more rum. It makes the drink quite bitter. The balance of the three alcohols is the key.
- Lemon Drop
- 1½ oz (45 mL) citrus vodka, ¾ oz (20 mL) Cointreau, 1 tsp (5 mL) superfine sugar, ¾ oz (20 mL) freshly squeezed lemon juice, lemon wheel for garnish.
- Pour contents into a ice filled mixing glass and shake vigorously. Strain into a sugar rimmed cocktail glass garnished with a lemon wheel. Serve.
- Liquid Cocaine
- 1 part Jägermeister, 1 part Goldschläger.
- Should be shot as soon as its poured as the 2 liquors take a couple of seconds to mix.
- Long Island Iced Tea
- ½ oz (15 mL) vodka, ½ oz (15 mL) gin, ½ oz (15 mL) tequila, ½ oz (15 mL) triple sec, ½ oz (15 mL) rum, 1½ oz (45 mL) sweet and sour, splash of Coke.
- Stir. Garnish with lemon twist. Build ingredients over a Collins glass with ice. Some bartenders give the drink a short shake, but this is optional.
- Some choose to mix it without tequila. Some have nicknamed a Long Island with tequila a “Texas Iced Tea”.
- Lynchburg Lemonade
- Jack Daniels, orange liqueur, sour mix, and any lemon-lime soda to fill. It is typically served on the rocks in a Collins glass, and garnished with a lemon or cherry.
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