Learn How To Make Sexy Cocktails for a Date Night at Home !!!

by Naima Sanowar

in Drink,Entertainment,Living

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A few years ago, my Husband made a comment ” How sexy would it be if I came home from work and you made me a fabulous martini.” It was a bit of insight into a man’s mind. A wife, girlfriend, whipping up cocktails like a master mixologist. Not something simple like a gin and tonic. A cocktail made with thought and interesting tasty ingredients.

I made sure to learn how to make a couple of fabulous, sexy cocktails using some ” manly” spirits like whisky and gin. It has spiced up our dating adventures for sure. Especially when in NYC the average cocktail cost 15-22 dollars. No need for babysitting, spending loads of money. Simply put the child to bed, burn a beautiful scented candle, throw on a sultry playlist and get to making your man and yourself some sexy cocktails.

Last week,  I invited a few fabulous ladies over  to my house and I curated a nice selection of easy but fabulous cocktails to teach them to make , for their  next date night at home. It was such a wonderful night, we also shared personal pointers for creating that ” sexy mood” for an intimate setting in the house. Major  drinking, lots of posting pictures on instagram, much laughter , it was good times all around. Below I am posting the cocktail recipes and a few photos.

The Adventurista Presents :

Learn How To Make Sexy Cocktails for Date Night at Home !!!

Naima’s French 75
1/2 lemon
1/2 oz simple syrup 1/2 oz St-Germain
1 oz Tanqueray Complete with champagne

3/4 oz fresh lemon juice 1 oz Cointreau
1.5 oz cognac
Perfect Manhattan
3 drops Angostura bitters 1/4 oz sweet vermouth 1/4 oz dry vermouth
2 oz rye whiskey
Tuxedo No. 2
2 oz Plymouth gin 1/2 oz dry vermouth 2 dashes  bitters . Lemon twist

All four cocktails above are shaken with ice and poured into a martini glass.

Bonus cocktail

Gin & Tonic
3 oz of Gin , tonic water fill glass and a wedge of lime or cucumber slices.
Pour into shaker with ice and pour in rocks glass filled with ice. This is not a martini but a cocktail on the rocks. Simple and Classic.
*simple syrup recipe
Rich Simple Syrup:
With this variation you can use less syrup than a cocktail calls for.

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes


  • 2 parts sugar
  • 1 part water


  1. Bring the water to a boil.
  2. Dissolve the sugar into the boiling water, stirring constantly.
  3. Once the sugar is dissolved completely, remove the pan from the heat. (Note: Do not allow the syrup to boil for too long or the syrup will be too thick.)
  4. Allow to cool completely and thicken, then bottle.

Spirits you should always have stocked:

Gin, Whisky, Cognac,  Cointreau, St Germain, Sweet and Dry vermouth. Angostura bitters.

Bar accessories :

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