Cocktail Recipes

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BBC

Nothing whatsoever to do with the British Broadcasting Corporation! BBC stands for Bénédictine, Brandy and Cream, a truly glorious combination. Rich and indulgent, the perfect cocktail to serve at dinner parties.

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Silver Bullet

Dating back to the 1920s, the Silver Bullet is a sophisticated cocktail with both sweet and sour elements.

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Hot Buttered Rum

Hot Buttered Rum is a hot mixed drink containing rum, butter, hot water, honey and nutmeg. In the USA it is especially popular during the holiday season and when the weather is cold

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Champs Elysees

The Champs Elysees combines two great Gallic spirits, cognac and green Chartreuse, a herbal liqueur. Add some lemon juice, sugar syrup and bitters and you have yourself a very elegant cocktail.

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Harvey Wallbanger

The Harvey Wallbanger is thought to have been invented in the 1950s but its exact origins are not clear cut and there is much speculation and disagreement amongst historians. One thing is certain, it’s a cocktail that most people will have heard of, but few will know its content.

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Jack-in-the-Box

A sweet and juicy cocktail combining apple brandy and pineapple juice with a hint of spice

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Eggnog

Eggnog is also known as milk punch and is a rich and creamy sweetened cocktail that is traditionally made with cream, sugar, egg and spirits. Many recipes exist, and the alcohol varies from brandy, rum, whisky to bourbon and it can be drunk hot or cold.

In the USA and Canada, Eggnog is a traditional drink that is consumed during the Christmas period and can be purchased in grocery stores already prepared. However, it is often homemade, using age-old family recipes; here is just one of many variations.

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Casablanca

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.

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Bellini

A Bellini cocktail is a combination of Prosecco and peach puree that originates in Venice, Italy. It is thought that the Bellini was first created sometime between 1934 and 1948 by a Giuseppe Cipriani, who was the founder of Harry′s Bar in Venice. The drink got its name from the unique pink colour that is said to have reminded him of the toga worn by a saint in a painting by 15th-century Venetian artist Giovanni Bellini.

An official IBA cocktail, the Bellini is a popular drink served around the world and was originally made using pureed white peaches. The pink hue was obtained by adding a small amount of raspberry or cherry juice.  Today various recipes exist for a Bellini, including those that replace pureed peaches with peach nectar or peach schnapps – especially when the fresh peach is out of season.

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Kiwi Bellini

This exquisite green cocktail is a twist on a classic Bellini, using kiwi and lime in place of the traditional peach purée. 

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Cocktails & Mocktails

Wht not try this selection of cocktails & Mocktails

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H P W

The H.P.W was created by the famous bartender “Charlie”, who worked in the Racket Club, New York. He named it after one of the club’s prominent millionaire members, Harry Payne Whitney.  It is similar to the Velocity cocktail, but the amount of each ingredient is reversed.

Hot Buttered Rum View cocktail Recipe

Hot Buttered Rum

Hot Buttered Rum is a hot mixed drink containing rum, butter, hot water, honey and nutmeg. In the USA it is especially popular during the holiday season and when the weather is cold

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Honey Bee

With the inclusion of honey, some consider this a medicinal cocktail – will leave that up to you to decide!

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