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The Dark and Stormy cocktail is simple, with only three ingredients, but getting the right measures of each is crucial.
A popular cocktail using dark rum, which is key to the Dark and Stormy’s rich flavour and deep colour. Using ginger beer (not ginger ale) gives the cocktail its intense ginger flavour; you want it to be brewed and fermented but non-alcoholic.
Make sure the lime juice is freshly squeezed - avoid bottled lime juice as they often have added preservatives and other chemicals and lack the freshness of squeezed juice.View recipe
This cocktail contains 4 different spirits and an unusual ingredient, almond syrup. The Fog Cutter cocktail gained renewed popularity in the 1990s when Tiki food, décor and cocktails made a comeback. They say if you are feeling a bit foggy headed, this cocktail should certainly cut through it!View recipe
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A two-ingredient cocktail – they don’t come much simpler than this! No fuss, no long list of ingredients; a fine cocktail none-the-less.
The Dream Cocktail is often consumed after dinner and combines 3 strong flavours; brandy, orange and aniseed.
A Golden Fizz cocktail is the same as a Gin Fizz, but with the addition of a fresh egg yolk. It might not sound very appetising, but once you get past the fact you are eating raw egg, it is actually very good.