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10001 Cocktails Review
by on August 14, 2010
While most folk are happy with a beer and a pie from the local pub, there comes a time when you have to show off your cocktail making skills. Maybe it is to impress a lady (or lad), maybe it is because you are wondering how you are going to get rid of the rest of the Crème de menthe you bought for Christmas two years ago.
Whatever the reason 10001 Cocktails is the saviour for everyone who doesn’t know their Long Island Ice Teas from their Tequila Sunrise.
Set out in handy categories, 10001 Cocktails is a joy to use. Its unfussy design means that you can access a cocktail within seconds. To help find the cocktail you want, there are four browsing buttons: A to Z, Browse, Search and My Drinks.
Choose Browse and you can drill into different categories of drink. For example, those that contain beer (yay), tequila (ouch) and the ones that are non-alcoholic (err).
The My Drinks section is a sort of bookmark area for the cocktails you have tried and liked – that is if you saved them before getting blind drunk.
At the bottom of each cocktail recipe are options to write a review, save the drink (which goes into MyDrinks) and the chance to see similar drinks.
The recipes themselves are clear and concise. They may not go into too much detail – ingredients at the top and a quick sentence on how to mix the drink – but the sheer amount of cocktails on offer means that this is one app which will be used again and again. Hic.
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