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Arte de Volar

Tequila replaces gin in this riff on an Aviation cocktail – 'Arte de Volar' is Spanish for 'Art of Flying'. As with the original gin-based classic, notes

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A Rose By Any Other Name

A dry spirit-led sipper with faint floral and chocolate notes. Perhaps forgo the grated chocolate garnish in favour of a square of dark chocolate balanced

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Ad Astra

Ad Astra is a Latin phrase meaning to the stars, an apt name for this spirituous and complex riff on a classic Aviation.

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Aviation Cocktail (Difford's recipe)

Citrus, floral gin with a slightly sour finish. The recipe above has been my preferred recipe for some years. However, in early 2020, I decided that the

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An Italian influenced riff on the classic Aviation with fragrant grappa in place of the usual gin base and floral crème de violette very slightly dialled

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Biggles Aviation

A ginger-influenced Aviation named after the fictional book Biggles in Borneo about WWII flying heroes Ginger, Algy, and Biggles. Originally inspired by

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Clean Aviation

Named in homage to the laudable quest for a clean aviation fuel, this is a classic Aviation (usually based on gin) but made with vodka and given a touch

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Floral Daiquiri

A floral riff on a classic Daiquiri with a hint of berry fruitiness and a lavender pink hue courtesy of a blueberry threesome.

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Moonlight Cocktail (Gaz Regan's)

Basically an Aviation but with triple sec in place of maraschino and lime instead of lemon juice. Gaz used lime juice because he didn't have any lemons

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Rosina Ferrario No. 203

Aromatic grappa notes shine in this fabulously floral, appropriately pale sky blue cocktail.

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The Atty Cocktail

My recipe remains pretty true to Craddock's classic 1930's proportions but, in line with modern bartending conventions, I now disregard Craddock's instructions

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Originally made with Martell Cordon Bleu, this sophisticated champagne cocktail has delicate floral notes.

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Arsenic & Old Lace

This Martini-style cocktail needs to be served well stirred in an ice-cold glass. Originally a shaken drink, it benefits from dilution, hence a splash

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Blue Moon Cocktail (1940's recipe)

A relation of the Aviation [see history], the Blue Moon features on the back label of Créme Yvette bottles dating from the 1940's. This cocktail became

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Fizz á la Violette

A delicate floral drink that is so creamy smooth that it is almost fluffy.

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Flower Power Martini

A Dry Martini served super-wet with even more flower power than Austin Powers.

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Adapted from a recipe by Jason E. Clapham of the St. Edward's MCR at Oxford, England who says this cocktail is so-named due to being based on a drink containing

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Machine Head

Overdo the smoke and your cocktail will start to resemble a cigar. Too little and you may find a tad sweet.

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Madame Mayahuel

Whether you love or hate this spirit-forward cocktail will firstly be driven by your preference for mezcal and secondly by whether you appreciate this

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Mood Indigo

Smooth, delicate and floral: the gin and brandy add just enough bite.