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A Bloody Mary Cocktail with a hint of bell pepper freshness and a touch of sherry.
Pronounced 'Hera-Zana', this delicious stirred cocktail combines two sherries and two vermouths with faint vanilla richness balanced by pronounced orange
Adapted from a recipe created by Myles Worrell at The Esquire Tavern in San Antonio, USA. Myles' original recipe called for 2oz Pineau des Charentes rouge,
There's no toffee in this Toffee Negroni in the same way there's no coffee in the Coffee Cocktail yet both drinks are aptly named and delicious.
Creamy but not sweet with tequila character shining through. (Añogo is Spanish for 'yearn'.)
Dry (at least with the amontillado sherry) we used, Clarita could be enjoyed as an aperitif or digestive.
A punchy dry aperitivo – sherry-influenced rum with a dash of bitters.
Blended scotch and sherry underpin this tangy fruit cobbler.
The choice of sherry greatly impacts the Explorer. Made with cream sherry, as per the original recipe, brings out the rich marzipan notes in the amaretto
A rum-laced, sherry sour with a balancing splash of rich apricot liqueur.
Raspberry notes hit your palate first, followed by Chartreuse influenced sherry. Fruity yet spirit-forward and complex.
Tall and refreshing with a delicate balance between tonic's quinine bitterness and maraschino's sweetness.
Medium-dry sherry lightly sweetened and aromatised with sweet vermouth and maraschino liqueur. If you prefer a tad drier, then sub 15ml / ½oz of amontillado
Recipe supplied by Patrón, who say, “Citrus and spice shines bright in the Mediterranean Margarita, made for the sights and sounds of Spain. From Yanaida
Gin and sherry combine harmoniously in this stirred boozy cocktail with a honeyed touch of jammy peach.
Rye whiskey spice, herbal liqueur complexity and vinous sherry sit alongside each other in a harmonious trinity with dashes of aromatic bitters and lemon
Softy bittersweet aperitif with zesty bergamot.
This complex cocktail is equally enjoyable as an aperitivo or after-dinner digestivo. If enjoying as an aperitivo, then consider using equal parts fino
A Negroni riff created in October 2021 by yours truly at the Clocktower in Rye, England.
A cornucopia of flavours with which to get pickled.
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