Food·Posted on Jun 27, 201417 Three-Ingredient Cocktails You Should Know How To MakeYou don't need a full bar to mix yourself a real drink.by Christine ByrneBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. blogs.kcrw.com Garnish sold separately. Recipe here. 2. liquor.com Recipe here. 3. thinkstock.com Recipe here. 4. Todd Coleman / saveur.com Technically that maraschino cherry makes it a four-ingredient cocktail, so we'll call it optional. Recipe here. 5. drinkspirits.com Don't let those crazy frozen "daiquiris" turn you off. The original recipe is delicious, and actually really simple. Recipe here. You can also use simple syrup instead of sugar, as explained here. 6. barmano.com Equal parts everything. Recipe here. 7. camillestyles.com Recipe here. 8. liquor.com A favorite for day drinking. Recipe here. 9. en.wikipedia.org Grand Marinier or Cointreau is your best choice for the orange liqueur here, but any triple sec will work. Recipe here. 10. creative-culinary.com If you call it a rum and coke, it won't answer. Recipe here. 11. liquor.com Chambord — a sweet, dark raspberry liqueur — is a good bet here. Recipe here. 12. theflairexchange.com If you don't like gin, use vodka instead. Recipe here. 13. liquor.com Recipe here. 14. housespirits.com Better than it sounds. Recipe here. 15. liquor.com A bourbon lover's answer to the negroni. Recipe here. 16. thinkstockphotos.com Recipe here. 17. arnaudsrestaurant.com Recipe here. Want more amazingly simple recipes? Sign up for the BuzzFeed Food newsletter!