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Sweet like a teddy bear, this cocktail will be to your liking if you have a sweet toothView 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 Dream Cocktail is often consumed after dinner and combines 3 strong flavours; brandy, orange and aniseed.View recipe
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
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
The Playmate is a delicious brandy-based cocktail that goes down very smoothlyView recipe
The Brandy Blazer is a warming winter cocktail, perfect for serving over the Christmas period. It’s a pleasantly spiced simple cocktail that should gain you many compliments.View recipe
Place the sugar cube in the bottom of a chilled champagne flute and add the bitters. Pour in the brandy and top up very slowly with champagne. Garnish with a cherry and a wedge of lemon.View recipe
A Cola de Mono is a traditional Chilean drink that is served at Christmas time and is similar to a White Russian. Some call it a Chilean Coffee Eggnog; this recipe makes 1 ½ litres and will last in the fridge for up to 10 days. Great to share with friends and family.View recipe
A complex cocktail that contains a lot of strong flavours but actually works surprisingly well.View recipe
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An elegant drink that was created in the 1890s by Louis Eppinger, manager of the Grand Hotel in Yokohama, Japan. The recipe includes both orange and Angostura bitters which gives the cocktail a unique flavour and works perfectly with the dry sherry and dry vermouth.
A slight variation on the “Japanese Cocktail”, try them both and see which one you prefer.
The Stinger is a cocktail that divides friends. It’s simple to make, having just two ingredients, and the combination of brandy and mint will either excite or revolt you. Often drunk as a dessert cocktail, it works well with rich chocolatey desserts.