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A pretty cocktail that tastes as good as it looks. The flavours work in perfect harmony, one is never enough!View recipe
Quite a potent little number; a dry and sophisticated cocktail.View recipe
Taking its name from the main ingredient, applejack, the Jack Rose Cocktail is a classic drink from the 1920s and 30s. The rose part comes from the addition of grenadine, that gives the cocktail its pretty rose hue.View recipe
No surprises that this cocktail originates from Hawaii. Simple and summery; a cocktail that will remind you of far flung holidays.View recipe
Also known as the Young Man, the Diabolo cocktail has nothing to do with the childhood toy that was very difficult to master. Luckily, the Diabolo cocktail is far easier to crack.View recipe
Certainly not for everyone, a Devil’s cocktail is a mixture of Cognac and Crème de Menthe. Not the prettiest, a muddy green drink that could be confused for dirty pond water!View recipe
Apparently, this drink was very popular in the Royal Air Force of the British Empire during the Great War. It was named after the famous bomb that was dropped from the bombarding planes, that caused mass panic amongst the German troops.View recipe
An unlikely mix of ingredients that actually work. Absinthe and grenadine combined with gin and Calvados; a delightfully potent cocktail that is very moreish.View recipe
This recipe for a Coronation cocktail originates from Harry Craddock’s The Savoy Cocktail Book. Using dry and nutty fino sherry, cherry flavoured maraschino liqueur and dry vermouth, it is finished off with orange bitters and garnished with a piece of orange zest. Aromatic and warming, a delicious cocktail.View recipe
The Chicago is a brandy-based cocktail that was most probably named after the city of Chicago and has been well documented in numerous cocktail manuals dating back to the 19th century.View recipe
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The Chicago is a brandy-based cocktail that was most probably named after the city of Chicago and has been well documented in numerous cocktail manuals dating back to the 19th century.
Inspired by the Gin Fizz, the Ginger Fizz is peppery and refreshing on a warm summer’s evening. Unlike a lot of cocktails, this one isn’t too sweet and sickly.
A gin-based cocktail, the Abbey Martini is both orangey and dry, with a warm herbal spiciness that comes from the bitters.