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Similar to an Espresso Martini, the Black Martini cocktail is still rich and indulgent but contains rum rather than vodka. This recipe also includes Bols Cacao Brown; a dark, rich and bitter chocolate liqueur that has hints of orange and vanilla. This drink makes the perfect after-dinner cocktail.View recipe
A rather boozy cocktail, the Casablanca is heavy on the rum and sweetened with Maraschino liqueur and triple sec. Whilst many recipes exist, this one is well-balanced and delicious and is sure to become a favourite.View recipe
A Smokey Joe isn’t just a barbeque, it’s also a cocktail – but with no smoke!View recipe
The Creole Cosmo is a timelessly elegant cocktail that is an exotic version of the CosmopolitanView recipe
A simple yet delicious summery cocktail that will prove a hit at any party.View recipe
The X.Y.Z is a simple cocktail that is very tart. If you can’t handle the tartness, you can always add some sugar syrup to sweeten itView recipe
A sweet and creamy cocktail made with rum and vodka. It is typically whipped to a froth like a milkshake and then poured over ice in a Collins glass. The Orange Whip is a rather moreish cocktail that found a resurgence in popularity after it was included in the film "The Blues Brothers". Some recipes call for the addition of an egg white, see what you preferView recipe
With the inclusion of honey, some consider this a medicinal cocktail – will leave that up to you to decide!View recipe
This is an alcoholic version of the Strawberry Daiquiri mocktail and is best made when strawberries are in season and at their sweetest and ripest.View recipe
A Blue Hawaiian is a cocktail made from white rum, pineapple juice, Curaçao and coconut cream. The name comes from the blue colour, given to the drink by Curaçao, an orange flavoured liqueur. Transport yourself to sunnier climes with this fruity cocktail full of tropical flavoursView recipe
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Aptly named, the Sensation Cocktail is a delicious blend of fresh mint leaves, gin, lime juice and maraschino liqueur. It’s a refreshing drink that is easy to make and is the perfect summer party offering.
If you don’t like aniseed, then this cocktail should be avoided! The aniseed from the absinthe is quite strong, but for those who are partial to this flavour, it should be a winner. It’s summery in colour, sweet and complex in taste with a real kick to it; definitely a ‘marmite’ cocktail.
A Southside cocktail is also known as a mojito, gin-style.