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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
This tequila-based Collins asks for tequila instead of gin and makes a spirited fizzy cocktail that is very moreish.View recipe
A Fluffy Duck is a creamy cocktail containing gin, advocaat and orange liqueur and some consider it to be a good hangover cure. Served in a highball glass, it packs a punch; try it the next time you are feeling delicate after overindulging.View recipe
This classic cocktail is great to serve at a summer party using fresh mint, white rum, sugar, lime and soda water. You can have a play around with the quantities, to suit your individual taste.View recipe
The Tom Collins is one of the most iconic gin cocktails and combines tartness from the lemon juice, sweetness from the sugar syrup and bubbles due to the soda water. It’s a long drink, perfect on warm summer evenings.View recipe
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Originating in Boston Massachusetts in 1898, when the city was divided into 8 wards. The Ward Eight cocktail contains rye whisky, lemon and orange juice and grenadine syrup.
Dating back to the 1920s, the Silver Bullet is a sophisticated cocktail with both sweet and sour elements.
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.