Powerful funky rum and delicate cinnamon spice partially tamed by rich fruit and sweetened clove.
A deliciously clean and cleansing Daiquiri with delicate notes of maraschino and anise.
Vermouth-based and bittersweet with anise and fennel. Depending on your scotch, also faint smokiness.
Specs of star anise are evident in this aniseedy Martini.
A half-ounce of almond syrup is an unlikely ingredient in an aperitivo-style cocktail. Indeed, it's an unlikely recipe but produces an interesting and
As the name implies, this Martini is a good helping of smoky peat. If you like that kind of thing, it's equally dreamy.
This kiwi and apple flavoured caipirinha is made French by the merest hint of anis (aniseed). For information on the history and other variations of the
A sweet rye Manhattan with French Creole influence.
Basically, a Sidecar spiked with an aniseedy dash of Pernod.
Wonderfully refreshing: apple and anise served up on a grassy vodka base.
Stir the anis in with straws before drinking. Anis is best added last as it reacts on contact with ice.
The Pernod & Black of the 1980s revisited. Pernod enhances the rich, tart flavours of blackberry.
Ginger combines with aniseed rather than drowning it.
A Seabreeze based on anise rather than vodka, benefitting from aniseed depth and sweetness.
Long, fragrant and refreshing.
An anise laced alternative to a Mojito. The name refers to the opaque white colour of the drink after soda is added to the anis.
A massive flavour hit to awaken your taste buds.
A long, fragrant, almost floral summer drink cooler with lots of aniseed.
A diverse range of flavours come together surprisingly well.
Four very strong and distinctive flavours somehow tone each other down.
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