Mixed Drink Ideas for a Disco Party

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Mixed Drink Ideas for a Disco Party
Serve up some classic '70s cocktails. (cocktail with blue Curacao & shaker image by Nikolay Okhitin from Fotolia.com)

To make your disco party really swingin', you'll need some great cocktails. Serve your guests some classic drinks with a colourful twist to capture the disco spirit. If you have more than a few guests, consider mixing up a few pitchers ahead of time. Serve individual portions from the pitchers to save on legwork and avoid playing bartender all night while everyone else is showing off their moves on the dance floor.

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Disco Fizz

Pour 14.8ml. of blue Curacao, 14.2gr. of elderflower cordial and 29.6ml. of pineapple juice into a champagne flute. Add a dash of lemon juice and top up with champagne. Garnish with a lemon twist.

Fire in the Disco

Shake 10ml each of vodka, beer and peach schnapps, 15ml each of apricot schnapps and strawberry schnapps, 1 tsp of red curry paste and 1 egg white. Shake vigorously without ice to loosen up the egg white and dissolve the curry paste. Strain and serve in a cocktail glass, over ice if desired.

Disco Lemonade

Shake 14.2gr. of sloe gin, 14.2gr. of Triple Sec and 14.8ml. of lemon vodka. Pour it into a Collins glass and fill with lemonade. Pour 14.8ml. of Blue Curacao over the top, stir and garnish with a lemon slice.

Grasshopper

Fill a cocktail shaker a third of the way with ice. Shake 28.4gr. of green creme de menthe, 28.4gr. of white creme de cacao and 56.7gr. of double cream. Strain and serve in a martini glass.

Tom Collins

Shake 1 14.2gr. of gin, 7.09gr. of sweet vermouth and 7.09gr. of dry vermouth with ice. Strain into a Collins glass and pour in 118ml. of club soda. Garnish with a cherry and an orange slice.

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