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The Dorian Gray is a rum-based cocktail that is both fruity and citrussy. Apparently, the cocktail takes its name from an Oscar Wilde novel.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 Playmate is a delicious brandy-based cocktail that goes down very smoothlyView recipe
A classic cocktail, the Millionaire is a drink that has stood the test of time and has been adapted into many forms. You will find various recipes exist, here is just one.View recipe
The Mai Tai is a rum based cocktail and there are many different recipes to be found, the earliest dating back to 1933. There is controversy over its exact origin, but one thing that is not in doubt – it’s an elegant and delicious cocktail. Here is one version of the vintage Mai Tai cocktail.View recipe
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A fruity and refreshing citrusy mocktail
Sherry is often regarded as a tipple that only older folk enjoy, but it is a great cocktail ingredient, bringing a unique flavour. Adding a smoothness and subtle hints of marcona almonds, the sherry gives this cocktail an unexpected savoury nuttiness.
We tend to be creatures of habit and stick to the same cocktails, partly because we already have the necessary ingredients in our cupboards. The key ingredient in an Army and Navy is Orgeat syrup, a delicious combination of almonds, orange flower water, rosewater and sugar. It’s a fairly unknown ingredient but is definitely worth purchasing and will make a welcome addition to any drinks cabinet.