Dressed Up Drinks – A Simple Yet Swanky New Year Cocktail

The Dressed Up Drinks is one of the simplest and refreshing cocktail recipes that anyone can make at home or bar.  You will need store-bought juices and syrup to make this cocktail. You can also make Dressed Up Drinks by squeezing lemon juice and fresh raspberry syrup. It is a gin-based cocktail with an egg white, which looks elegant when served in a chilled coupe glass. You don’t have to be a pro mixologist to make a glass of Dressed Up Drinks. An amateur bartender can also make this cocktail at home.

Dressed Up Drinks is specially crafted for new year’s eve. When a beautifully attired woman holds a glass of Dressed Up Drinks in a new year cocktail party will look more attractive. That’s the charisma of Dressed Up Drinks. While creating the recipe, I haven’t just focused on making it delicious and intoxicating. I have also worked hard on making Dressed Up Drinks look swanky. It will surely compliment her outfit when a hot lady slowly sips the drink from the coupe glass. So, girls, try Dressed Up Drinks this new year’s eve and leave everyone mesmerized.

Effervescent New Year Cocktail

The time has come to kick the past year. Try Dressed Up Drinks on this new year’s eve and make a fresh start. I have made this gin-based cocktail, especially for the new year. Keep soaking in Dressed Up Drinks and begin the new year with hope and prosperity.

Best Time To Drink Dressed Up Drinks

New year parties are the best time for boozing any cocktails, and this one is no exception. You can also try Dressed Up Drinks in chill-out and cocktail parties. Drinking it in the afternoon and late afternoon can also be a good option.

New year parties are the best time for boozing any cocktails, and this one is no exception. You can also try Dressed Up Drinks in chill-out and cocktail parties. Drinking it in the afternoon and late afternoon can also be a good option.

Food Pairing

Since Dressed Up Drinks is a gin-based drink so you can try it with those foods that pair well with gin, the list includes the followings:

  • Smoked salmon
  • Prawn toasts
  • Cucumber sandwiches
  • Paté
  • Shrimp and pork dumplings
  • Crispy fish and chips
  • Tarts with goat’s cheese
  • Smoky guacamole
  • Lamb curry
  • Mussels
  • Indian street snacks

You can also try Dressed Up Drinks with veg dishes like vegetable sandwiches, potato chips, and fruits like berries.

Individuals can also try Dressed Up Drinks with the following new year special finger foods:

  • French fries
  • Chicken tikka
  • Grilled chicken kebabs
  • Crispy mushroom
  • Corn and mushroom tostada
  • Tomato and mozzarella bites
  • Patatas bravas
  • Bacon cream cheese bites
  • Zucchini Tots
  • Hawaiian chicken bites
  • Mutton cutlets
  • Chicken satay skewers
  • Falafel wrap
  • Frico cups
  • Devilled eggs
  • Manchego cheese etc.

These are the few foods that you can consider pairing with Dressed Up Drinks. According to your preference and hunger, you can pick the food you like.



40 ML Hendrick’s Gin (Bulgarian Rose For Flavoring): Hendrick’s Gin is a premium gin producing brand owned by William Grant & Sons. Established in 1999, Hendrick’s Gin is a Scottish distillery located in Girvan. William Grant & Sons hired a Yorkshire native known as Lesley Gracie to produce gin. Lesley was the head behind the premium gin line of Hendrick’s Gin. The company also uses cucumber and Bulgarian rose to add flavor to the gin.

The unique distillation process of Hendrick’s Gin makes this product distinct. The oddly delicious taste and flavor of cucumber and rose petals make Hendrick’s Gin so unique. Finally, I would say that no other alcoholic drink in this world tastes like this one because no drink is made like Hendrick’s Gin. Hendrick’s Gin’s unique taste and flavor make Dressed Up Drinks exceptionally good that you must try this new year’s eve. You will need 40 ml of Hendrick’s Gin to make this cocktail.

20 ML Cointreau: Produced in Saint-Barthélemy-d’Anjou (a commune in western France), Cointreau is a triple sec orange-flavored liqueur. People mainly consume it as digestif and apéritif. Cointreau is also the critical component of several well-known cocktails, including Dressed Up Drinks. Previously the drink used to refer to Curaçao Blanco Triple Sec, but now it is only known as Cointreau. It is colorless, but its orange bottle might make you feel the drink is orange. You will need 20 ml of Cointreau to make Dressed Up Drinks.

20 Grams Raspberry Puree: To make raspberry puree at home, you will need a few seedless raspberries. Please put them in a bowl and mash them using a rubber spatula. You can also use the back of a spoon for the job if you don’t have a spatula.  You can make raspberry puree at home or even buy it from the market. You will need around 20 grams of raspberry puree to make this cocktail.

10 ML Rose Syrup: You will also need 10 ml of rose syrup to make Dressed Up Drinks. Rose syrup works excellent in adding a refreshing flavor to the drink.

20 ML Egg White: The clear liquid inside an egg is known as egg white or albumen. You will need 20 ml of egg white to make Dressed Up Drinks. A standard size egg contains 20 to 30 grams of egg white. So, you won’t need more than one egg to make this alcoholic drink.

20 ML Lemon Juice: You will also need 20 ml of lemon juice to make this cocktail. Lemon juices are readily available in the market. You can also make fresh lemon juice at home.

How To Make Dressed Up Drinks

I mainly use dry shakes or well shake or fine strain to make this drink.

I would recommend you use coupe glass for making Dressed Up Drinks. You will also need some rose petals for garnishing.

As I always say, cocktail making starts from the heart and ends with common sense. So always keep an open heart while making Dressed Up Drinks. Before beginning the process, clean your hands well and then ice up the coupe glass and keep it aside. After that, you have to take your cocktail mixing glass and put all the ingredients inside it. Now it is time to dry shake the mixing glass. Whenever I use dairy or poultry products in a drink, I use the dry shake method for making the drink.

After the dry shake, you must open the Boston shaker and then fill it with ice cubes. Now come into a good body posture and shake it well. Finally, you have to remove the ice from the coupe glass and slightly strain the liquid. After that, you will see the beautiful color of the drink right in front of you. Dressed Up Drinks is almost ready now. You only have to garnish it by placing the rose petals.

I prefer going greens, and that’s why I never use a plastic straw for serving any drink. I would recommend you serve Dressed Up Drinks with a paper straw. Drink the cocktail with passion, and don’t forget to say cheers to the festive season and sustainable bartending.

2020 was quite a year, but finally, the time has come to say goodbye. If you want to treat yourself this new year’s eve, you can opt for Dressed Up Drinks. It is a new year special cocktail known for its refreshing and straightforward recipe. Grab a glass of Dressed Up Drinks and refresh your body and mind.

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