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European Cocktail Recipe

Welcome to our exclusive exploration of the European, a cocktail that promises to tantalize your taste buds and elevate your mixology experience. Whether you’re a cocktail enthusiast or a curious beginner who likes Gin, Sherry, Dubonnet Rouge, Dry Vermouth, Grand Marnier, or Maraschino Cherry, this drink might impress.

Table of contents:

  1. Description
  2. Ingredients
  3. Instructions
  4. Nutrition
  5. Shopping list
  6. Related Cocktails
  7. FAQ
  8. Conclusion

European Cocktail Description

The European falls under the Ordinary Drink and Alcoholic categories, making it a perfect choice for those who appreciate a drink with character. Served in Old-fashioned glass, this drink tastes exquisite and presents itself visually appealing.

The European is not just a cocktail, it’s an art form. With 6 ingredients including Gin, Sherry, Dubonnet Rouge, Dry Vermouth, Grand Marnier, Maraschino cherry, it invites you into a world of exquisite flavors and textures. This cocktail stands as a symbol of creativity and sophistication. Enjoy similar experiences with cocktails like Festrus, Off your ass in a glass, Flash Gordon.

European Ingredients

A great cocktail starts with the right ingredients. For the European, you will need the following:

US Metric

Each component in this cocktail plays a vital role in creating the unique flavor profile of this drink.

How to Make an European Cocktail

Preparation time: 3
Total time: 8

Creating the European cocktail is an art in itself. Follow these steps for the perfect outcome:

To craft this exquisite cocktail, begin by gently stirring the following ingredients: 1 oz Gin, 1/2 oz cream Sherry, 1/2 oz Dubonnet Rouge, 1/2 oz Dry Vermouth, 1/2 tsp Grand Marnier, 1 Maraschino cherry. Once blended to perfection, pour into the old-fashioned glass and enjoy. The process is as enjoyable as savoring the drink itself.

Nutrition Facts for the European Cocktail

Calories Fat Carbs Protein
600.0 0.0 150.0 0.0

Please note that the figures in the table for European are only approximate values, as for each raw material, the manufacturers use different ingredients to make their products. A general value has been used based on the ingredients (which may be substituted) to calculate the nutrition results in this recipe. The values shown are per serving.

Shopping List for the European Cocktail

To prepare this cocktail, ensure you have these items on your shopping list: Gin, Sherry, Dubonnet Rouge, Dry Vermouth, Grand Marnier, and Maraschino Cherry.

Quality ingredients are key to the perfect cocktail, European.

Interesting Facts

The ingredients used in the European cocktail are also found in many other drinks. This list shows how many times each ingredient is used in the recipes and what proportion of each ingredient is used in the cocktail descriptions on our Cocktails recipe & Drinks site.

Used Ingredient Applied % of Total Cocktails
Gin 1429 times 8.74%
Sherry 44 times 0.27%
Dubonnet Rouge 23 times 0.14%
Dry Vermouth 502 times 3.07%
Grand Marnier 105 times 0.64%
Maraschino Cherry 138 times 0.84%

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European FAQ

  • Q: How do you make the European Cocktail?
  • A: Follow the detailed instructions above to mix the perfect European.
  • Q: What ingredients do I need for the European?
  • A: The ingredients include Gin, Sherry, Dubonnet Rouge, Dry Vermouth, Grand Marnier, and Maraschino Cherry, all of which contribute to its unique taste.
  • Q: Which is the best glass for the European cocktail?
  • A: In our experience, Old-fashioned glass is the best match for this drink. This glassware appears 464 times in our mixing recipes, resulting in 2.84% of the cocktailing instructions.


The European cocktail is more than just a drink; it’s a sensory journey. From its intricate blend of flavors to its elegant presentation, this cocktail is a testament to the art of mixology. Whether you’re hosting a party or enjoying a quiet evening, the European is the perfect addition to any occasion.