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Not out of this world, the Sputnik is a tasty cocktail nevertheless, gaining an interesting aromatic flavour from the Fernet Branca.View recipe
Apple Strudel CocktailView recipe
A full-bodied cocktail that is sure to lift your mood. A mix of whiskey, brandy, raspberry liqueur, lemon juice, egg white and sugar syrup; it’s a complex drink best served over ice.View recipe
The overriding flavour in the Tanglefoot cocktail is rum, with a lovely citrusy sharpness from the lemon to follow. The orange juice adds some sweetness to the drink and compliments the other ingredients perfectly.View recipe
The Casino is an official IBA cocktail that consists of gin, maraschino liqueur, fresh lemon juice and orange bitters. The earliest mention of the Casino cocktail was in the Savoy Cocktail Book, by Harry Craddock in the 1930s.View recipe
Dating back to the 1920s, the Silver Bullet is a sophisticated cocktail with both sweet and sour elements.View recipe
The Champs Elysees combines two great Gallic spirits, cognac and green Chartreuse, a herbal liqueur. Add some lemon juice, sugar syrup and bitters and you have yourself a very elegant cocktail.View recipe
A Nicky Finn is a sophisticated cocktail that is both complex and easy to drink. The undertones of brandy are pleasantly overshadowed by the triple sec and lemon juice, and the small amount of Pernod bizarrely marries everything together.View recipe
The Jersey Sour is a delicious cocktail that uses Calvados as the main ingredient.View recipe
“Chin Chin” is used to express good wishes before drinking and comes before the obligatory meeting of glasses. The Chin Chin cocktail is a fine mix of flavours with a sweet and floral scent derived from the honey.View recipe
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The Aviation Cocktail was created in the early twentieth century by Hugo Ensslin, who was head bartender at the Hotel Wallick in New York.
Using Crème de Violette gives the cocktail a very distinctive blue hue and delicate violet floral notes.
The Casino is an official IBA cocktail that consists of gin, maraschino liqueur, fresh lemon juice and orange bitters. The earliest mention of the Casino cocktail was in the Savoy Cocktail Book, by Harry Craddock in the 1930s.
Created in the 1920s by Harry MacElhone, owner of Harry′s New York Bar in Paris, the Monkey Gland is a gin-based cocktail made with orange juice, grenadine and absinthe.
Apparently, the cocktail was inspired by the experiments of Russian scientist Serge Voronoff. Long before Viagra, Voronoff was experimenting with various implants, the most famous of these was the grafting of monkey testicle tissue to human testicles. His hopes were to increase longevity, but his rather shocking technique only received considerable ridicule.