We’re finally saying goodbye to winter and hello to spring! Therefore, it’s the perfect time to brush up on your mixologist skills. To get you back in the swing of things, we’ve rounded up five of our favorite two ingredient cocktails. Each drink has a base and a modifier, and don’t forget the garnish!

These cocktails are easy to make and perfect for any mixologist skill levels. Stock up now on your favorite bottles to mix up these two ingredient cocktails.


This classic two-ingredient cocktail is so delicious and easy to make. If you’re looking for entertaining ideas for your next party, a Bellini bar is super easy to set up and is a great crowd-pleaser.


This classic two-ingredient cocktail is best served ice-cold. It’s tart and refreshing – just add your favorite gin and enjoy!

Scotch and Soda

Scotch and soda are the perfect pair in this classic two-ingredient cocktail. This drink really lets the flavors of scotch shine through, so whichever scotch you choose to use will make a big difference in the drink’s taste.


A little bit tart or a little bit sweet (sometimes both). This refreshing classic cocktail will get your tail wagging any time of day. Pro-Tip: Make your Tito’s Greyhound into a Salty Dog and use a glass with a salted rim.


Although there are only three ingredients in this vodka version of the classic gin cocktail, there are many ways to create it. First, shaken – shake all ingredients in a cocktail shaker and strain. Secondly, stirred – stir all ingredients in a mixing glass and strain. Finally, dirty – add in some olive juice (brine). FYI James Bond likes his shaken, not stirred.

For more easy to make cocktails, check out our three ingredient cocktails!