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An official International Bartenders Association cocktail, the Irish Coffee is a drink made with whisky, hot coffee, cream and sugar. The sugar is an essential ingredient and makes the cream float on top. The thick cream is carefully poured over the back of a spoon and on to the coffee and the drink is served without mixing. The coffee is drunk through the layer of cream.View recipe
Nothing whatsoever to do with the British Broadcasting Corporation! BBC stands for Bénédictine, Brandy and Cream, a truly glorious combination. Rich and indulgent, the perfect cocktail to serve at dinner parties.View recipe
A sweet and creamy cocktail made with rum and vodka. It is typically whipped to a froth like a milkshake and then poured over ice in a Collins glass. The Orange Whip is a rather moreish cocktail that found a resurgence in popularity after it was included in the film "The Blues Brothers". Some recipes call for the addition of an egg white, see what you preferView recipe
Known for its soothing qualities, honey is an essential ingredient in this cocktail. Combine this with whisky and double cream to create a ‘medicinal’ cocktail to kick into touch those hangover blues.View recipe
This creamy cocktail is perfect served after dinner and makes a very pleasant alternative to the usual coffee.View recipe
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The Bloodhound is a simple cocktail that is surprisingly dry and very potent. Made with fresh raspberries, gin, dry vermouth and sweet vermouth, it makes a great party cocktail.
Little is known about the origin of the Blenton cocktail, other than it was popular amongst the officers of the British Navy and was traditionally made with Plymouth Gin.
As with so many cocktails, the origins of the Margarita are cloudy, with various tales existing about its creator and place of birth.
There aren’t many pubs and restaurants where the Margarita won’t feature; it’s a simple and elegant cocktail that is perfectly balanced. The classic Margarita cocktail brings together sweetness and acidity in perfect harmony.