A sweet, wet Vodkatini invigorated with vanilla and grapefruit.
Easy to make and equally easy to drink.
Although significantly twisted from the classic, this is still recognisably a Sidecar in style.
There's nothing Irish about this drink, but it's good all the same.
Strong, rich and chocolaty.
Mix layers with straw prior to drinking for vanillaed, almond, fruity wine.
Vanilla and pepper seem to complement each other in a sweet and sour kind of way.
Tuaca replaces Cointreau in this twist on the Sidecar.
Nutty but nice.
Creamy and sweet with orangey, herbal notes.
Killjoys would point out the dangers of fire and alcohol and observe that this is hardly 'responsible drinking'.
Creamy, sweetened absinthe and coffee - hardcore but tasty.
Rust coloured and fruit charged. Not the sweetie you might expect.
A sour drink with the distinctive flavour of Cachaça. Surprisingly dry given the double measure of liqueur.
Reminiscent of a vanilla cappuccino.
A spicy long drink smoothed with vanilla.
Liquid confectionery that bites back.
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