A long, cooling champagne cocktail pepped up with scotch whisky, smoothed with vanilla liqueur. Easy drinking - yet adult.
Just like the eponymously named dessert this slightly sweet spritz is flavoured with raspberry, almond, vanilla and coconut. Butterscotch liqueur adds
An unusual line up of ingredients combine to make a great drink.
A fresh and refreshing orange and vanilla influenced Vodkatini.
Tames bourbon and adds hints of apricot, vanilla and apple.
My favourite rendition of this dessert-in-a-glass cocktail. To make the pie rim - wipe with cream mix and dip into crushed Graham Crackers or digestive
Bourbon’s strength and richness of flavour, with tropical pineapple, freshened by citrus.
A long, fruity drink featuring well balanced sweet and sourness.
Charles Joly's original recipe called for Nevan liqueur (sadly no longer made) and fresh ginger. This simplified version has a flavour reminiscent of the
Surprisingly, the biscuity top continues to float as you sip the vanilla cream layer right down to the point when you hit the raspberry base.
Drier than it looks, but still one to follow the dessert trolley.
My attempt at mimicking the taste of a Krispy Kreme Original Glazed doughnut without ending up with an overly sweet cocktail.
Long, red, fruity, vanilla.
Cognac smoothed with vanilla and cream, spiced with chai tea.
By Franck Fedida and Guillaume Giordano We invented this cocktail a friend and I a few years back while we were in med school. Since, it has always been
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I came up for this for the Cherry Heering contest. Cheery brandy is an extravagant/classic liquor and as such reminded me of an equally classic cherry
MUDDLE blackberries in in base of shaker. Add other ingredients, SHAKE with ice and strain into glass filled with crushed ice.
Inspired by a simpler recipe on Pinterest with a few additions for a better balance
In february, with first sunny days, in Sarajevo 2021, created by Senadin Sano Kličić
Created to use up the excess juice from stewed rhubarb.
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