Cocktail Recipes

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Gimlet

The gimlet cocktail is typically made of 2 parts gin, 1 part lime juice and some soda

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Gin Martini

Gin Martini is a quick and easy cocktail to make, with Dry Gin and Dry Vermouth

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Negroni

A Negroni cocktail is made with gin, sweet vermouth and Campari and is garnished with orange peel. It is thought it originates in Florence, Italy.

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Sloe Gin Fizz

A drink typically drunk in the winter; give sloe gin a kick with this sloe gin fizz cocktail.

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Elderflower Collins

Elderflower Collins is a summery fruity cocktail made with elderflower cordial. Don’t worry about making your own cordial, you can get hold of some very good ones from most supermarkets.

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French 75

A cocktail made from gin, Champagne, lemon juice, and sugar. Known also as 75 Cocktail, and in France as a Soixante Quinze.

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Bramble

Fragrant and short, the Bramble is a cocktail created by the legendary bartender Dick Bradsell in the 1980s in London. A great spring cocktail, mixing gin, lemon juice, sugar syrup, Crème De Múre, and crushed ice.
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Cocktails & Mocktails

Wht not try this selection of cocktails & Mocktails

Mint Julep View cocktail Recipe

Mint Julep

A Mint Julep is a Bourbon based cocktail that also contains sugar syrup, crushed ice, and of course, fresh mint. It is thought that the Mint Julep originated in the southern United States, during the eighteenth century.

Traditionally, spearmint is the mint of choice used in a Mint Julep, especially if you come from Kentucky. However, there are plenty of recipes that just call for the use of mint leaves, not specifically spearmint.

Orange Blossom View cocktail Recipe

Orange Blossom

An Orange Blossom is a simple gin-based cocktail that includes orange juice and sweet Vermouth. Easy to make with just a few ingredients, this cocktail is sure to be a crowd pleaser.

Harvard Cocktail View cocktail Recipe

Harvard Cocktail

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.

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