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Pronounced 'Hera-Zana', this delicious stirred cocktail combines two sherries and two vermouths with faint vanilla richness balanced by pronounced orange
Simple yet complex, this beautifully balanced cocktail has faint saltiness from the manzanilla, delicate pear fruit and well-integrated fortifying tequila.
Irish whiskey shines in this brilliantly balanced easy-drinking cocktail that will appeal to a wide range of palates.
Cachaça, Bison Grass vodka and manzanilla sherry combine harmoniously and are freshened with mint and lime in this refreshing cocktail.
This tequila-based cocktail is bitter before turning bittersweet, then finishes with a long bitter finish. It won't be for everybody but for those who
A gin sour with faint smoky mezcal, saline and vegetal notes.
A pale shade of pink rather than red, Red Echo has delicate falernum spice which allows vinous notes from the tsipouro and sherry to shine.
Armagnac-laced dry sherry and rich almond with zesty refreshing citrus and a touch of creole bitter complexity.
Smoked vodka delicately fortifies dry faintly salty manzanilla sherry with curaçao adding a touch of sweetness and zesty orange freshness.
Orange-flavoured dry sherry with subtle pimento spice.
A simple yet fabulous twist on the Adonis.
Created by Michael Riojas from Armadillo Palace, Houston, USA for the 2016 Cherry Heering Classic Challenge.
The result of a collaborative effort from bartenders from seven countries brought together at Hong Kong's Manhattan bar. The cocktail they produced is
Reminiscent of a delicately peach-flavoured Dry Martini.
Faintly pink in colour and subtle in flavour with the delicately salty tang of manzanilla sherry.
Herbal and complex.
Bone dry and boozy, this cocktail is aimed at those who have a penchant for both sherry and aquavit, not to mention bittersweet artichoke liqueurs - hardly
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Shake all ingredients over ice, strain.
Inspired by the flavours of Andalusia. Equal parts gin and bone dry manzilla sherry from Sanlúcar de Barrameda are sweetened with orgeat to bring the
Omit the pamplemousse rose
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