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A complex cocktail that contains a lot of strong flavours but actually works surprisingly well.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
As with so many cocktails, the origins of the Margarita are cloudy, with various tales existing about its creator and place of birth.
There aren’t many pubs and restaurants where the Margarita won’t feature; it’s a simple and elegant cocktail that is perfectly balanced. The classic Margarita cocktail brings together sweetness and acidity in perfect harmony.View recipe
Traditionally made with cognac, orange liqueur and lemon juice, the Sidecar cocktail is a boozy drink that is slightly on the sour side. A sugared glass rim or the addition of some sugar syrup seems to be increasingly popular today; probably because of our sweet tooth.View recipe
As with many cocktails, the exact origin of the Cosmopolitan is widely disputed, but records show it has been created by different bartenders definitely since the 1970s and was most likely derived from New York City.
The Cosmopolitan is a vodka based drink containing cranberry, orange liqueur and citrus; the perfect party cocktail.View recipe
Created by Salvatore Calabrese, this is a great way to start the day – with a mixture of gin, marmalade and orange. Try this beautiful combination and kick start a birthday, anniversary or special occasion.View recipe
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The Screwdriver is a popular alcoholic highball cocktail made with vodka and orange juice. The basic drink is just the two ingredients, but there are many variations. It is an official International Bartenders Association cocktail and it is suggested that its name derives from the original tool used to stir the drink, a screwdriver!
This is a refreshing non-alcoholic virgin strawberry mojito that is the perfect summer tipple.
A gin-based cocktail that was listed on the menu of the Detroit Athletic Club in 1916. It fell out of favour but enjoyed a renewed popularity after being rediscovered by the bartender Murray Stenson in 2004 during his tenure at the Zig Zag Café.
The Last Word is made up of equal amounts of gin, green Chartreuse, maraschino liqueur and freshly pressed lime juice and has a pretty pale green hue. It’s a sharp, pungent drink and a good palate cleanser.