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Excellent Egg Cocktails for Easter

Excellent Egg Cocktails for Easter



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From sours to flips, here are recipes for 8 egg-centric cocktails

Easter is a big day for eggs. A great many will find themselves hard-boiled, their shells painted in a pastel palette, while more still will wind up on the plates of eager brunch-goers. The cocktail-minded set, however, might suggest yet another application: mixed into a fantastic drink, naturally.

According to William Grimes, author of Straight Up or On the Rocks: The Story of the American Cocktail, the use of eggs in drinks dates back to around 1690, when flips were introduced. These typically used beer as a base, and mixed the egg with rum and sugar. Eventually, beer was phased out from the recipe, and today the drink is generally defined as a mixture of spirit, egg, sugar, and spice.

Also popular are those drinks that call only for the egg whites — the ingredient essential for creating stable, frothy foams. Indeed, that thick foam cap is a signature characteristic of such iconic cocktails as the Ramos Gin Fizz and the Pisco Sour.

So, for those in the 21-plus crowd who would prefer to keep the Easter egg hunt contained to the bottom of a cocktail glass, here are recipes for eight favorite egg-centric cocktails to enjoy this holiday. (Just a word to the wise, home bartenders: Remember to shake hard when making egg cocktails, that’s the trick to achieving the best foam.)


This Creme Egg cocktail just made our Easter plans A LOT more exciting

We obviously love a Creme Egg here at Prima.co.uk, but you know what would make these chocolatey balls of heaven even more enticing? Adding alcohol into the mix.

Not that their lack of sophistication has ever stopped us from tucking in, but if you're after a more grown-up way to indulge your Creme Egg obsession this Easter, look no further than this rather inspired cocktail.

Created by the chefs at Waitrose's Cookery School, this cracking Creme Egg cocktail comes with a surprising twist.

Instead of actually tasting like a Cadbury's Creme Egg, it merely looks like one &ndash and in fact tastes more like an exotic Piña colada. Think coconut cream, pineapple juice and lashings of rum.

Want to make your own Chocolate Creme Egg Cocktail this weekend? Of course you do. (And it only takes five minutes to prepare, FYI, so you have no excuse).


This Creme Egg cocktail just made our Easter plans A LOT more exciting

We obviously love a Creme Egg here at Prima.co.uk, but you know what would make these chocolatey balls of heaven even more enticing? Adding alcohol into the mix.

Not that their lack of sophistication has ever stopped us from tucking in, but if you're after a more grown-up way to indulge your Creme Egg obsession this Easter, look no further than this rather inspired cocktail.

Created by the chefs at Waitrose's Cookery School, this cracking Creme Egg cocktail comes with a surprising twist.

Instead of actually tasting like a Cadbury's Creme Egg, it merely looks like one &ndash and in fact tastes more like an exotic Piña colada. Think coconut cream, pineapple juice and lashings of rum.

Want to make your own Chocolate Creme Egg Cocktail this weekend? Of course you do. (And it only takes five minutes to prepare, FYI, so you have no excuse).


This Creme Egg cocktail just made our Easter plans A LOT more exciting

We obviously love a Creme Egg here at Prima.co.uk, but you know what would make these chocolatey balls of heaven even more enticing? Adding alcohol into the mix.

Not that their lack of sophistication has ever stopped us from tucking in, but if you're after a more grown-up way to indulge your Creme Egg obsession this Easter, look no further than this rather inspired cocktail.

Created by the chefs at Waitrose's Cookery School, this cracking Creme Egg cocktail comes with a surprising twist.

Instead of actually tasting like a Cadbury's Creme Egg, it merely looks like one &ndash and in fact tastes more like an exotic Piña colada. Think coconut cream, pineapple juice and lashings of rum.

Want to make your own Chocolate Creme Egg Cocktail this weekend? Of course you do. (And it only takes five minutes to prepare, FYI, so you have no excuse).


This Creme Egg cocktail just made our Easter plans A LOT more exciting

We obviously love a Creme Egg here at Prima.co.uk, but you know what would make these chocolatey balls of heaven even more enticing? Adding alcohol into the mix.

Not that their lack of sophistication has ever stopped us from tucking in, but if you're after a more grown-up way to indulge your Creme Egg obsession this Easter, look no further than this rather inspired cocktail.

Created by the chefs at Waitrose's Cookery School, this cracking Creme Egg cocktail comes with a surprising twist.

Instead of actually tasting like a Cadbury's Creme Egg, it merely looks like one &ndash and in fact tastes more like an exotic Piña colada. Think coconut cream, pineapple juice and lashings of rum.

Want to make your own Chocolate Creme Egg Cocktail this weekend? Of course you do. (And it only takes five minutes to prepare, FYI, so you have no excuse).


This Creme Egg cocktail just made our Easter plans A LOT more exciting

We obviously love a Creme Egg here at Prima.co.uk, but you know what would make these chocolatey balls of heaven even more enticing? Adding alcohol into the mix.

Not that their lack of sophistication has ever stopped us from tucking in, but if you're after a more grown-up way to indulge your Creme Egg obsession this Easter, look no further than this rather inspired cocktail.

Created by the chefs at Waitrose's Cookery School, this cracking Creme Egg cocktail comes with a surprising twist.

Instead of actually tasting like a Cadbury's Creme Egg, it merely looks like one &ndash and in fact tastes more like an exotic Piña colada. Think coconut cream, pineapple juice and lashings of rum.

Want to make your own Chocolate Creme Egg Cocktail this weekend? Of course you do. (And it only takes five minutes to prepare, FYI, so you have no excuse).


This Creme Egg cocktail just made our Easter plans A LOT more exciting

We obviously love a Creme Egg here at Prima.co.uk, but you know what would make these chocolatey balls of heaven even more enticing? Adding alcohol into the mix.

Not that their lack of sophistication has ever stopped us from tucking in, but if you're after a more grown-up way to indulge your Creme Egg obsession this Easter, look no further than this rather inspired cocktail.

Created by the chefs at Waitrose's Cookery School, this cracking Creme Egg cocktail comes with a surprising twist.

Instead of actually tasting like a Cadbury's Creme Egg, it merely looks like one &ndash and in fact tastes more like an exotic Piña colada. Think coconut cream, pineapple juice and lashings of rum.

Want to make your own Chocolate Creme Egg Cocktail this weekend? Of course you do. (And it only takes five minutes to prepare, FYI, so you have no excuse).


This Creme Egg cocktail just made our Easter plans A LOT more exciting

We obviously love a Creme Egg here at Prima.co.uk, but you know what would make these chocolatey balls of heaven even more enticing? Adding alcohol into the mix.

Not that their lack of sophistication has ever stopped us from tucking in, but if you're after a more grown-up way to indulge your Creme Egg obsession this Easter, look no further than this rather inspired cocktail.

Created by the chefs at Waitrose's Cookery School, this cracking Creme Egg cocktail comes with a surprising twist.

Instead of actually tasting like a Cadbury's Creme Egg, it merely looks like one &ndash and in fact tastes more like an exotic Piña colada. Think coconut cream, pineapple juice and lashings of rum.

Want to make your own Chocolate Creme Egg Cocktail this weekend? Of course you do. (And it only takes five minutes to prepare, FYI, so you have no excuse).


This Creme Egg cocktail just made our Easter plans A LOT more exciting

We obviously love a Creme Egg here at Prima.co.uk, but you know what would make these chocolatey balls of heaven even more enticing? Adding alcohol into the mix.

Not that their lack of sophistication has ever stopped us from tucking in, but if you're after a more grown-up way to indulge your Creme Egg obsession this Easter, look no further than this rather inspired cocktail.

Created by the chefs at Waitrose's Cookery School, this cracking Creme Egg cocktail comes with a surprising twist.

Instead of actually tasting like a Cadbury's Creme Egg, it merely looks like one &ndash and in fact tastes more like an exotic Piña colada. Think coconut cream, pineapple juice and lashings of rum.

Want to make your own Chocolate Creme Egg Cocktail this weekend? Of course you do. (And it only takes five minutes to prepare, FYI, so you have no excuse).


This Creme Egg cocktail just made our Easter plans A LOT more exciting

We obviously love a Creme Egg here at Prima.co.uk, but you know what would make these chocolatey balls of heaven even more enticing? Adding alcohol into the mix.

Not that their lack of sophistication has ever stopped us from tucking in, but if you're after a more grown-up way to indulge your Creme Egg obsession this Easter, look no further than this rather inspired cocktail.

Created by the chefs at Waitrose's Cookery School, this cracking Creme Egg cocktail comes with a surprising twist.

Instead of actually tasting like a Cadbury's Creme Egg, it merely looks like one &ndash and in fact tastes more like an exotic Piña colada. Think coconut cream, pineapple juice and lashings of rum.

Want to make your own Chocolate Creme Egg Cocktail this weekend? Of course you do. (And it only takes five minutes to prepare, FYI, so you have no excuse).


This Creme Egg cocktail just made our Easter plans A LOT more exciting

We obviously love a Creme Egg here at Prima.co.uk, but you know what would make these chocolatey balls of heaven even more enticing? Adding alcohol into the mix.

Not that their lack of sophistication has ever stopped us from tucking in, but if you're after a more grown-up way to indulge your Creme Egg obsession this Easter, look no further than this rather inspired cocktail.

Created by the chefs at Waitrose's Cookery School, this cracking Creme Egg cocktail comes with a surprising twist.

Instead of actually tasting like a Cadbury's Creme Egg, it merely looks like one &ndash and in fact tastes more like an exotic Piña colada. Think coconut cream, pineapple juice and lashings of rum.

Want to make your own Chocolate Creme Egg Cocktail this weekend? Of course you do. (And it only takes five minutes to prepare, FYI, so you have no excuse).


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