Top 7 Celebrities Immortalised with their own Cocktails

1. The Jean Harlow

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Born in 1911, Jean Harlow was a 1930’s sex symbol and was nicknamed the Blonde Bombshell. To make a classic Jean Harlow you will need:

  • 60ml Bacardi White Rum
  • 60ml Sweet Vermouth
  • Lemon Peel

Shake rum and vermouth in a cocktail shaker and garnish with lemon peel.


  1. The Bill Murray

bill murray

Everyone’s favourite Ghostbuster, rumour has it that this cocktail was made especially for Bill after he wondered in to The Anchor, New York looking for a drink.

  • 40ml Woodford Reserve
  • 20ml Lemon Juice
  • 20ml Elderflower Liqueur
  • 60gms Watermelon
  • 5 Basil leaves
  • Freshly ground black pepper

Muddle fresh watermelon and basil leaves, add Woodford Reserve, lemon juice and Elderflower Liqueur and ice, then shake. Strain into glass and garnish with pepper and a wedge of watermelon.


  1. The Shirley Temple


Probably the best known non-alcoholic in the world, the Shirley Temple was invented in the 1930’s at Chasen’s Bar in California to a young and up and coming film star.

Put 7up and ginger ale into a tall glass with ice cubes. Add grenadine and stir. Top with the Maraschino cherry.


  1. The Charlie Chaplin


Sir Charles Chaplin – the original silver screen celebrity had his premier cocktail made for him by the staff at the world famous Waldorf-Astoria.

  • 30ml Apricot Brandy
  • 30ml Sloe Gin
  • 30ml Lemon juice

Shake ingredients, strain and garnish with a twist of lemon peel.


  1. The Ginger Rogers

Born in 1911, Ginger Rogers and her dancing partner Fred Astaire revolutionised the musical film genre.

Muddle mint and ginger-pepper syrup, add crushed ice, gin and lemon juice then stir. Top with ginger ale and garnish with a mint sprig.


  1. The David Bowie


British superstar David Bowie and his alter ego Ziggy Stardust are synonymous with the 70’s, this famous cocktail was created by Bowie himself!

Mix liqueur and bourbon together, fill a tall glass with ice cubes and pour over mixture. Garnish with the orange wedge.


  1. The Mel Gibson

Controversially named after heated calls with his girlfriend Oksana Grigorievas the Bi-Polar cocktail was created for Mel Gibson but named after Vincent Van Gogh’s condition. (we as a company are not totally convinced by the name but are sure it’ll get you fucked).


Mix all ingredients pour over a long glass of ice cubes and pray!

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