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The Playmate is a delicious brandy-based cocktail that goes down very smoothlyView recipe
The Brazilian Nail is full of flavour, combining Scotch Whisky, Drambuie and Cachaça.View recipe
A zingy cocktail that combines tequila, Grand Marnier with juices and syrupsView recipe
A Smokey Joe isn’t just a barbeque, it’s also a cocktail – but with no smoke!View recipe
A Nicky Finn is a sophisticated cocktail that is both complex and easy to drink. The undertones of brandy are pleasantly overshadowed by the triple sec and lemon juice, and the small amount of Pernod bizarrely marries everything together.View recipe
The combination of tequila, pear liqueur and Manzanilla in a La Perla make a truly delicious cocktail.View recipe
The Metropole cocktail originates from the hotel of the same name, that used to be situated just off Time Square. The Hotel Metropole was a rather seedy establishment with a very eclectic mix of clientele. The drink is somewhat dark and moody and a touch dry and dates from around the 1800s.View recipe
This cocktail might have a macho sounding name, but it is actually a light and tropical rum-based drink that makes the perfect summer tipple.View recipe
The Jersey Sour is a delicious cocktail that uses Calvados as the main ingredient.View recipe
The Creole Cosmo is a timelessly elegant cocktail that is an exotic version of the CosmopolitanView recipe
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An interesting and mouth-watering lemony cocktail that will add a bit of sparkle to any dinner party.
The Tom Collins is one of the most iconic gin cocktails and combines tartness from the lemon juice, sweetness from the sugar syrup and bubbles due to the soda water. It’s a long drink, perfect on warm summer evenings.
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.