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The Cuba Libre is a cocktail that was created in celebration of Cuba gaining its independence. A rum-based drink with cola and lime; a perfect combination of flavoursView recipe
A rather boozy cocktail, the Casablanca is heavy on the rum and sweetened with Maraschino liqueur and triple sec. Whilst many recipes exist, this one is well-balanced and delicious and is sure to become a favourite.View recipe
The Creole Cosmo is a timelessly elegant cocktail that is an exotic version of the CosmopolitanView recipe
Blueberry Lemonadeis a light refreshing MocktailView recipe
The Bennett Cocktail is similar to the Gimlet and is apparently very popular in Chilli. It is said to be named after a rich Chilean landowner.View recipe
The Country Breeze is a gin-based cocktail that is flavoured with crème de cassis and apple juice.View recipe
This is an alcoholic version of the Strawberry Daiquiri mocktail and is best made when strawberries are in season and at their sweetest and ripest.View recipe
The Paloma is a tequila-based cocktail that is very popular all over Mexico. Its history is unclear, but some credit Don Javier Delgado Corona, owner of La Capilla bar in the town of Tequila, Mexico as its creator.
A mixture of tequila, grapefruit juice, fresh lime juice and sugar syrup, some Paloma recipes call for salt to be added to the rim of the glass.View recipe
A Woo Woo is a cocktail made from vodka, peach schnapps and cranberry juice. Typically served in a highball glass over ice with a wedge of lime, it is simple to make and delicious.View recipe
The Moscow Mule is a cocktail made with vodka, spicy ginger beer, and lime juice. Traditionally the Moscow Mule Cocktail is served in a copper mug and records indicate that it was created in Manhattan around 1948. A non-alcoholic version can be found in our mocktail section and is called a Virgin Moscow Mule.View recipe
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The Texas Fizz is a perfectly balanced and refreshing cocktail with a fruity flavour
The Black Russian cocktail is made of 5 parts vodka and 2 parts coffee liqueur. It is served simply over ice, in a short tumbler and originates from Brussels in Belgium.
The cocktail gets its name from the main ingredient - vodka, a typical Russian spirit and the blackness of the coffee liqueur.
The H.P.W was created by the famous bartender “Charlie”, who worked in the Racket Club, New York. He named it after one of the club’s prominent millionaire members, Harry Payne Whitney. It is similar to the Velocity cocktail, but the amount of each ingredient is reversed.