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The White Cocktail is made with anisette (anis), an anise-flavoured colourless liqueur that is popular in Mediterranean countries.View recipe
A sweet and creamy cocktail made with rum and vodka. It is typically whipped to a froth like a milkshake and then poured over ice in a Collins glass. The Orange Whip is a rather moreish cocktail that found a resurgence in popularity after it was included in the film "The Blues Brothers". Some recipes call for the addition of an egg white, see what you preferView recipe
A complex cocktail that contains a lot of strong flavours but actually works surprisingly well.View recipe
A simple cocktail that is thought to have originated in British Columbia. A drink that is sure to warm your cockles.View recipe
Originating in Boston Massachusetts in 1898, when the city was divided into 8 wards. The Ward Eight cocktail contains rye whisky, lemon and orange juice and grenadine syrup.View recipe
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.View recipe
Similar to the H.P.W, but the amount of each ingredient is reversed. The velocity is heavy on the gin, whereas the H.P.W is heavy on the vermouth.View recipe
Named after the well-known wealthy sportsman, Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt I, who died in 1915 on the RMS Lusitania. A sophisticated drink that is worthy of carrying the Vanderbilt name, one of the most well-known and wealthy families of the late 19th and early 20th Centuries.View recipe
A light and very pleasant cocktail that is slightly sweet. Perfect for serving at a dinner party when you aren’t quite sure of your guests’ tastes. A crowd pleaser, for sure.View recipe
A Tipperary Cocktail is a Bijou with an Irish twist. Replace the gin with Irish Whisky to create this delicious cocktail.View recipe
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This mocktail is a great summer drink that has a lovely purple hue. Sweet and fruity, it’s sure to be a hit with the children too.
The Slow Gin Martini was invented by Harry Craddock, a legendary cocktail maestro of the Savoy′s American Bar. It has a beautiful ruby hue and looks as fine as it tastes.
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.