Best Drinks to Pair With an Online Roulette Session

Roulette is one of the most classic games you can play in a casino, and according to statistics, it’s among the top 5 most popular casino games. Sitting amongst the ranks of poker, baccarat, blackjack and slots, roulette has since grown in popularity as an online offering.

The best roulette sites offer a number of variations of the game and some of these can be found here at scams.info. The game is known to be easy to play as it doesn’t have a particular set of rules unlike games like poker, so it’s easy to watch other players and follow along. What’s more, there’s usually larger odds when you play online and you can play 24/7.

With no need to head out to the casino now that you can enjoy a game of roulette from the comfort of your own sofa, why not glam it up? Here are some of the best cocktail recipes to pair with your glam game night in.

 

Dry Martini

We’ll take it shaken, not stirred please. In the style of the famous 007 agent, James Bond, a Dry Martini has to be top of the list for a casino night in.

What you need:
●      Vodka
●      Dry Vermouth

How to make it:
●      Grab a cocktail shaker and pour in 60 ml of Vodka. Grey Goose or Ciroc are great options. Combine the vodka with 1 teaspoon of Dry Vermouth and a handful of ice.
●      Shake together in the cocktail shaker
●      Strain the mixture into a chilled martini glass
●      Pop an olive onto a cocktail stick and walla!

Tip: If you want to make it truly James Bond style, try making his original drink – the Vesper. This can be made with three measures of Gordon’s gin, one measure of vodka, 1/2 measure of Kina Lillet, shaken over ice and served with a slice of lemon.

 

CandyFloss Gin Cocktail

Playing roulette with the girls? You can’t go wrong with a good gin cocktail and there’s so many different varieties to choose from. Gin has gained a huge amount of popularity over the last few years and as a result, there’s now some pretty great flavors you can get.

What you need:
●      Candy Floss
●      Rose Prosecco
●      Pink Gin (grapefruit or rhubarb work well)
●      Candy Kittens Sweets

How to make it:
●      Grab a chilled champagne coupe and add one measure of the pink gin.
●      Top the glass up with the rose prosecco and then add a handful of candy floss to the top of the glass.
●      Sprinkle a few Candy Kittens sweets over the top (the eton mess one’s pair well with this cocktail)

Tip: Add edible glitter to make it a real show stopper!

 

Black Cat

Need to give yourself some extra luck and the other players some bad luck? Just serve them the Black Cat. If you’re superstitious at all, this cocktail will go a long way in helping you to win the game of roulette. Just don’t drink it yourself…

What you need:
●      Kirsch
●      Vodka
●      Grenadine

How to make it:
●      Grab a highball glass and pour in two measures of kirsch, one measure of vodka and a dash of grenadine
●      Top the drink up with cola or your other favourite mixer

 

Monte Carlo Imperial Highball

The Monte Carlo Imperial Highball will have you feeling like you’re in a fancy casino on the coast of South Europe, with a classy cocktail in one hand and your jackpot prize in the other. This one takes a few more ingredients to make, but it’s oh so worth it.

What you need:
●      Gin
●      White Creme de Cacao
●      Lemon Juice
●      Champagne

How to make it:
●      Grab a highball glass and pour in two measures of gin (It’s best to avoid strongly flavoured gins like Hendricks for this one).
●      Add a measure of Creme de Cacao and half a measure of lemon juice.
●      Top up with champagne and you’re ready to go!

 

Gordon’s Fizz

Looking for an easy drinker? With sharp citrus and sweet sugar flavors, this cocktail is one that’s easy to sip on. This one has quite a few ingredients too but if you’re making cocktails frequently then it’s things you will regularly use.

What you need:
●      50ml Gordon’s® London Dry Gin
●      25ml Lemon Juice
●      10ml Sugar Syrup
●      1splash of Soda Water
●      1 Lime wedge

How to make it:
●      Grab a tall glass and fill it with ice.
●      Pour Gordon’s London Dry Gin, lemon juice, sugar syrup and soda water into the glass.
●      Stir everything together with a long spoon
●      Serve with the wedge of lime.

Be sure to keep an eye on the units you’re consuming and drink responsibility while playing as these cocktails are so good, it’s easy to get carried away.

So there you have 5 fancy cocktails to accompany your roulette game. Whether you’re playing alone or with friends, these recipes will make you wonder why you ever went out to a bar for cocktails.

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