Mezcal provides the firepower, tamed by sweet vermouth and rich herbal liqueur. A great late-night sipper.
Boozy yet delicate, beautifully balanced and complex. This Japanese whisky riff on a classic Manhattan benefits from freshening aniseed and minty notes
This Margarita-like drink demonstrates what a great combo tequila and Strega are.
Chris originally garnished this Calvados Sidecar/Applecart-like cocktail with brandied cherries but Strega's excellent chocolates seem a far more fitting
Whiskey, apple brandy, vermouth and herbal liqueur combine delightfully.
A suitably Italian riff on the classic Corpse Reviver with Strega liqueur.
This equal parts stirred down cocktail is either a boozy aperitif or a bittersweet digestif come nightcap. Whatever classification, it’s tasty.
Gin laced, tangy, herbal, fruity and citrusy.
Slightly sweet with vanilla, cherry and cinnamon and complex peppermint and herbal notes from the Strega interlaced with cognac.
Strega replaces Chartreuse in this learned American in Italy take on a classic Last Word.
Crodino and Strega make a very tasty and very Italian aperitivo. Go easy on the Angostura.
With its strong rose flavour, the Persepolis is somewhat reminiscent of a Turkish Delight so is very appropriately garnished.
Depending on your grapefruit this drink may indeed be lightly pink, and, again, depending on your grapefruit, hopefully it will be balanced and superbly
Aniseed, sweet almond and delicate spice subtly influence this tasty Daiquiri.
This cocktail harnesses the flavour of Strega in an after-dinner cocktail and as its creator says, the sugar rim brings out the tartness in the drink.
As the name suggests, grappa and Strega predominate in this citrusy cocktail.
Fruity and herbal – a refreshingly zingy nightcap.
Reminiscent of an apricot and herbal Margarita. Consider adding a pinch of salt and a dash of apricot bitters.
Complex, herbal and fruit with subtle peppermint freshness.
The holy trinity - three equal parts: kirschwasser, Strega liqueur and fresh orange juice. The result is surprisingly spirit-forward, fruity and refreshing.
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