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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 mix of Tuaca and Cachaça, the Sophisticated Savage cocktail is both sweet and sour and it can hold its own, flavour wise.View recipe
A whiskey-based cocktail with cream and a whole egg; a New York Flip is a rich and decadent drink. One is never enough.View recipe
The Larchmont cocktail was created by David Embury and first appeared in his 1948 book; “The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks.”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
This cocktail works well in winter, as citrus fruits are at their best and the pepper gives the drink a warming kick. The vitamin C from the grapefruit should also help boost our immune system when coughs and colds are rife.View 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
A non-alcoholic version of the Moscow Mule cocktail. Refreshing, slightly spicy and delicious.View recipe
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An Orange Blossom is a simple gin-based cocktail that includes orange juice and sweet Vermouth. Easy to make with just a few ingredients, this cocktail is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Sweet like a teddy bear, this cocktail will be to your liking if you have a sweet tooth
A popular drink served at weddings and events and one of only a handful of alcoholic drinks that is considered acceptable to be drunk at breakfast! The Buck’s Fizz is named after London’s Buck’s Club, where it is said to have been invented as an excuse to begin drinking early. Containing fresh orange juice, it’s virtually a breakfast staple!