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There are many stories about the creation of cocktails, and one of the most famous anecdotes derives from cockfighting, which was popular in the USA in the 19th century. The tail feathers (cock’s tail) of the defeated rooster were handed over to the winner as a trophy and a toast would be drunk. Mixing gin, rum, whisky and other spirits with water, fruit juices or bitter elixirs was a common way to enjoy them at that time. The mixed drinks were also refined with ginger or chilli to create a particularly stimulating effect. At the end of the 19th century, the golden age of cocktails began, and during this period, classics such as the Martini, Manhattan and Old Fashioned were served for the first time. Today, these and many other creations are essential items on any bar menu, with Mojito, Aperol Spritz, Gin & Tonic, Caipirinha or Cuba Libre among the most popular and most frequently ordered cocktails.

 
 

Alcohol-free cocktails

Non-alcoholic cocktails are one of the biggest trends in bars worldwide. From Nojito to Virgin Colada and Ipanema, the popularity of so-called “mocktails” is growing. The reason behind the trend lies in increasing mindfulness with regard to nutrition, health and alcohol consumption. “Mindful drinking” refers to the conscious and also less frequent drinking of alcoholic beverages. Beer and wine are now available in a range of non-alcoholic varieties, and the absence of gin and rum, etc. from the list of ingredients does not impair enjoyment one little bit. Countless recipes and variations ensure that neither the wonderful taste nor the appearance has to be dispensed with.

 

Cocktail enjoyment with a Plus

Our WIBERG AcetoPlus product creations refine every cocktail with fruity sweetness and stimulating sharpness. The raspberry, elderberry, passion fruit, mango, citrus fruit and cranberry varieties inspire fruity cocktail recipes. The new WIBERG AcetoPlus carrot and paprika creations are versatile vinegar and vegetable preparations that refine vegetable cocktails or give a Bloody Mary an exciting acidic punch.

 

Even tried-and-tested classics can be lifted into new realms of flavour with a shot of AcetoPlus. Try our variation of a Cosmopolitan, with a shot of AcetoPlus cranberry added to the Cointreau, vodka and cranberry juice.

 

The real taste of cocktails

Dessert-Streuzucker

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Dessert-Streuzucker
750 g
AcetoPlus Himbeere

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AcetoPlus Himbeere
500 ml
AcetoPlus Holunder

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AcetoPlus Holunder
500 ml
AcetoPlus Johannisbeere

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AcetoPlus Johannisbeere
500 ml
AcetoPlus Karotte

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AcetoPlus Karotte
500 ml
AcetoPlus Mango

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AcetoPlus Mango
500 ml
AcetoPlus Paprika

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AcetoPlus Paprika
500 ml
AcetoPlus Passionsfrucht

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AcetoPlus Passionsfrucht
500 ml
AcetoPlus Preiselbeere

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AcetoPlus Preiselbeere
500 ml
AcetoPlus Zitrus-Früchte

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AcetoPlus Zitrus-Früchte
500 ml
Zitronia Sun

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Zitronia Sun
300 g
BIO Zimt, gemahlen

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BIO Zimt, gemahlen
245 g
Dessert-Streuzucker

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Dessert-Streuzucker
750 g
AcetoPlus Himbeere

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AcetoPlus Himbeere
500 ml
World of cocktails

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African Fire
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