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Fallen Leaves makes the perfect Autumnal cocktail, with its rich and delicate flavour that is derived from the aged apple brandy. As the temperature starts to fall like the leaves outside, reach for this warming seasonal cocktail.View recipe
The same ingredients as a Rob Roy, just different measurements.View recipe
A Martinez is very similar to a Manhattan but uses gin rather than whisky. It’s a sophisticated cocktail, proceeding the Martini and also hugely popular. There are many differing recipes; see what you think of this one………View recipe
Quite a potent little number; a dry and sophisticated cocktail.View recipe
The earliest record of an East India cocktail appearing in print was in 1882, when it featured in Harry Johnson’s famous bartenders manual. The pineapple syrup, brandy, curacao and Angostura Bitters work well together for a round and fruity cocktail that is very easy to drink.View recipe
A Bijou is a cocktail made with gin, vermouth and chartreuse. It is thought to have been invented by Harry Johnson, writer of the Modern Bartender′s Manual -1900. The cocktail is called Bijou (French for jewel) because it combines the colours of three jewels; gin for diamond, vermouth for ruby and chartreuse for emerald.View recipe
This is a gin-based cocktail that brings together just two ingredients – gin and Pernod. An odd combination some might think, but it actually works. Use whatever gin you prefer, Opihr and Pernod is a great combination.View recipe
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Quite a potent little number; a dry and sophisticated cocktail.
The Doctor Cocktail combines fresh lemon and orange juice with Swedish Punsch. Simple, sweet and delicious
The American Glory is sweet and sparkling; what’s not to like?