Take a look at these easy Cognac cocktail recipes that you can try at home and relish during the next Zoom party with your friends.

Bartending always seems very cool, doesn’t it? It does not just satisfy us with all the amazing drinks, but also with all the tricks giving us a visual treat. There is hardly anyone who has not been amazed by how these bartenders do what they do and that too with so much ease. And there will be many who might have tried doing the same. While performing their tricks at home is forfeited considering one can’t handle their mom’s wrath or even the mere idea of breaking something, one can always try to make a drink at home. Knowing how to make a classy cocktail always calls for great appreciation from friends. Cognac definitely has its own charm and is one of the classiest drinks that never disappoints. We all plan on having a house party but end up serving the usual to the guest. Since it is monsoons and you can’t entertain your guests during the lockdown, make any of these Cognac cocktails for yourself. We have made a list of amazing Cognac cocktail recipes that one can try and perfect before your next Zoom party.

Take a look at these Cognac cocktail recipes:

Almond Crusta

1 oz H by Hine cognac
.5 oz Junípero Gin
.75 oz lemon juice
.5 oz orgeat
1 dash Angostura bitters
Superfine sugar
Lemon zest (widely cut in one long strip)

Chill coupe or Nick & Nora glass and garnish rim by coating the outer lip of the glass with a wedge of lemon and dipping into a shallow dish containing superfine white sugar. Place lemon strip neatly along side of sugared coupe. Combine all liquid ingredients into shaker; add ice and shake. Double strain into glass.

Morning Glory cocktail

1 ounce rye whiskey
1 ounce cognac
1 teaspoon curaçao (orange)
1 teaspoon simple syrup
1 dash absinthe
2 dashes Angostura Bitters
1 to 2 ounces club soda
lemon twist

In a mixing glass filled with ice, pour the rye whiskey, cognac, curaçao, simple syrup, absinthe, and bitters.
Stir well, for at least 30 seconds.
Strain into a chilled old-fashioned glass filled with fresh ice.
Top with club soda; as much as 2 ounces to taste.
Twist a lemon peel over the glass and drop it into the drink.
Serve and enjoy!

Champagne Bowler

3 strawberries (fresh; sliced)
1/2 ounce simple syrup
1/2 ounce Cognac
1 ounce white wine
4 ounces sparkling wine (or enough to fill)
fresh strawberries

In a cocktail shaker, add the strawberries and simple syrup. Muddle well.
Fill the shaker halfway with ice. Add the Cognac and white wine.
Shake well.
Pour the contents of the shaker (including the ice) into a wine goblet.
Top with sparkling wine and garnish with a strawberry.
Serve and enjoy!

Also Read: Try these Amaretto cocktail recipes for the perfect lockdown kickback

French Connection

1 1/2 ounces cognac
3/4 ounce amaretto liqueur

Build the ingredients in an old-fashioned glass filled with ice.
Stir and serve.

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Incredible Hulk

2 ounces Hpnotiq original
2 ounces Cognac

Fill a lowball glass with ice and add cognac.
Pour Hpnotiq over ice, and the color will transform into green.

Cognac Ginger Lemonade

2 thin slices of peeled ginger root, chopped
¾ ounce simple syrup
¾ ounce lemon juice
1½ ounces cognac
2 to 4 ounces sparkling water
Mint, lemon wedge, and ginger for garnish

In a shaker, muddle the ginger root with the simple syrup.
Add the lemon juice and cognac. Fill the shaker with ice. Shake.
Strain into a rocks glass or highball glass filled with ice. Add soda water and stir.
Garnish with a sprig of mint, a lemon wedge, and a piece of ginger.

How excited are you to try these recipes out?