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Cocktail recipes for entertaining at home

Shaken or stirred, these will be a hit.

One of the best ways to kick off weekend celebrations is with a refreshing, fruity, flavour-packed cocktail. And whether you like them based on gin or vodka, swirled with sweet berries or zesty lemons, cocktails make the ultimate accompaniment to good food and company when entertaining. Here, we've got all the classics you know and love, from Cosmopolitans to Margaritas. You'll also find some inventive new recipes, like our peach and rum iced-tea and creamy Toblerone cocktail.
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    Peach and spiced rum iced tea

    Cool down on a hot Summer day with this refreshing peach and spiced rum iced tea - a delightfully uplifting and tasty beverage for the adults.

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    Lime and mint punch

    Combine zesty lime with rum and the distinct aroma of mint to create this knockout, refreshing punch.

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    Classic mojito recipe

    This bright and delicious recipe for a classic mojito cocktail is one you'll come back to over and over.

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    Barbados

    A sweet and fresh passionfruit, pineapple and orange cocktail.

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    Apple Pimm’s

    Enjoy a classic apple Pimm's cocktail this festive season with this delicious recipe! Fresh and fruity!

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    Classic cosmopolitan cocktail

    You can add some thinly sliced blood orange as well as the lime to this classic cosmopolitan if you like.

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    Della pringle's tingle cocktail

    This fruity and refreshing cocktail from popular Sydney bar, Della Hyde's, seasonal menu combines gin, mango and basil to create the ultimate Summer drink.

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    Toblerone cocktail

    A boozy, chocolate elixir that is made even more decadent with the addition of fresh cream and honey.

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