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The Bronx Cocktail is named after the well-known New York Zoo and was rated number three in "The World′s 10 Most Famous Cocktails in 1934".View recipe
A popular South African drink made in a tall glass with maraschino liqueur, gin, Angostura bitters and dry and sweet vermouth.View recipe
The Bloodhound is a simple cocktail that is surprisingly dry and very potent. Made with fresh raspberries, gin, dry vermouth and sweet vermouth, it makes a great party cocktail.View recipe
Little is known about the origin of the Blenton cocktail, other than it was popular amongst the officers of the British Navy and was traditionally made with Plymouth Gin.View recipe
An unusual sounding cocktail and an unusual mix of flavours……that actually work. The main ingredient is Calvados, an apple brandy, combined with Swedish Punsch, a liqueur favoured by Scandinavians. Add in some grapefruit juice to create your own Diki-Diki cocktail.View recipe
The Diplomat Cocktail is relatively low in alcohol and it was a popular drink in the French Diplomatic Service. Rumour has it that diplomats were able to sip on these and still keep their wits about them!View recipe
Named after the Ivy League college of the same name, the recipe for a Harvard Cocktail was first published by George Kappeler in his 1895 Modern American Drinks.View recipe
This classic gin-based cocktail was introduced by Robert Vermeire at the Royal Automobile Club in 1915. Vermeire, the world famous Belgian bartender who plied his trade in London and the man responsible for producing the book - Cocktails: How to mix them by ‘Robert’.View recipe
The Glad Eye cocktail is a greenish coloured drink made from crème de menthe and Pernod. Served chilled in a cocktail glass, it’s a very distinctive drink that you will either love or hateView recipe
A Fioupe Cocktail is a simple mixed drink made with vermouth, Cognac and BenedictineView recipe
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A delicious cocktail that makes the perfect summer barbeque alcoholic beverage
Tennessee Whiskey is a must in this cocktail and the raspberry Chambord and lemonade compliment it beautifully. The freshly squeezed lime gives the drink its fresh and fruity twist; the combinations are just superb.
A variation on a classic cocktail and one that actually works (when so many fail!) The result is a drink that is elaborate yet simple to make, with the mellowness of the tequila combined with the smokiness of the mezcal.