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The Arizona Breeze is a tarter and dryer version of the Sea Breeze cocktail. It’s super easy to rustle up, no fancy ingredients in sight.View recipe
A Sea Breeze is similar to an Arizona Breeze, but contains vodka rather than gin. It is also a little sweeter, with more cranberry juice. Serve it in a tall glass with a slice of lime for a taste of summer.View recipe
A cocktail created in honour of Che Guevara, famous for his role in the Cuban Revolution. A sweet and tropical drink that smells as good as it tastes.View recipe
Sweet like a teddy bear, this cocktail will be to your liking if you have a sweet toothView recipe
The Cuba Libre is a cocktail that was created in celebration of Cuba gaining its independence. A rum-based drink with cola and lime; a perfect combination of flavoursView recipe
Not out of this world, the Sputnik is a tasty cocktail nevertheless, gaining an interesting aromatic flavour from the Fernet Branca.View recipe
Apple Strudel CocktailView recipe
A mix of Tuaca and Cachaça, the Sophisticated Savage cocktail is both sweet and sour and it can hold its own, flavour wise.View recipe
A whiskey-based cocktail with cream and a whole egg; a New York Flip is a rich and decadent drink. One is never enough.View recipe
The Eden is a well-balanced and fruity cocktail that is sure to be a crowd pleaserView recipe
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The Rob Roy is a cocktail created in New York City in 1894 by a bartender at the Waldorf Astoria in Manhattan. The drink was named in honour of the premiere of Rob Roy, an operetta by Reginald De Koven. Made with Scotch Whisky the Rob Roy can be made sweet, dry, or perfect. The standard Rob Roy is the sweet version, made with sweet vermouth, ‘dry’ is made with dry vermouth and a ‘perfect’ is made with equal parts sweet and dry vermouth.
A sweet Rob Roy Cocktail…..
Created in the 1920s by Harry MacElhone, owner of Harry′s New York Bar in Paris, the Monkey Gland is a gin-based cocktail made with orange juice, grenadine and absinthe.
Apparently, the cocktail was inspired by the experiments of Russian scientist Serge Voronoff. Long before Viagra, Voronoff was experimenting with various implants, the most famous of these was the grafting of monkey testicle tissue to human testicles. His hopes were to increase longevity, but his rather shocking technique only received considerable ridicule.
A cocktail made from gin, Champagne, lemon juice, and sugar. Known also as 75 Cocktail, and in France as a Soixante Quinze.