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Brandy Sangaree

Port and Brandy (AKA Randy) are a match made in heaven, here subtly enriched with a touch of sugar.

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Angel's Share No.2

A fabulous drink, especially when VEP Chartreuse, family reserve cognac and 20 year old tawny port are used as per the original Starlight Room recipe.

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Betsy Ross

Deep burgundy red and boozy. Based on the classic combination of port and brandy, this is a drink to finish a night. (Benefits from some dilution so stir

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Blackthorn No.2 (Homeboy's)

Just as Aaron, its creator, describes it, whiskey-laced boozy blackcurrant fruit pastille.

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Claret-cum-mulled wine, but hold out for the warming ginger finish.

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Complex and sophisticated Scotch with fruity notes.

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Chicago Fizz

Rum character shines, distinguishing this from lesser fizzes.

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Coffee Cocktail

As the 1887 edition of the Professor's book says, The name of this drink is a misnomer, as coffee and bitters are not to be found among its ingredients,

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Four Poster Red

This deep cherry red Negroni-like aperitivo is equally tasty shaken and served straight-up – indeed that's how it was originally made, like a Shakerato.

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Gin Sangaree (Sangre)

Either drink through the layers or stir before consuming. Fabulously old-school in style, this sweetened port and old tom gin drink resembles chilled mulled

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Improved Dunlop Cocktail

Rich and fruity tawny port sits beautifully with aged rhum agricole in this spirit-forward late-night sipper.

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New York Flip

Flipping good. Easy and light.

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A dessert cocktail designed to complement Cuban cigars.

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Pass the Dutchie

Like a bottle of port, please be sure to pass this cocktail to the left, or at least drink using your left hand. You'll be rewarded with a spirituous bready

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Port Old-Fashioned

Bourbon and maple syrup somewhat overwhelm the headline port wine, although it does add an underlying fruitiness to this balanced and tasty riff on an

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Precursory Cocktail

The winning cocktail from CLASS magazine Bartender of the Year 2009.

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Randy Old-fashioned

Port and brandy (rhymes 'Randy') are traditionally consumed at Christmas and used to be a popular British pub combo. I've used maple syrup in place of

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Revolutionary Flip

Full-bodied both describes this drink and how you’ll feel after consuming this very tasty meal of a drink.

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Ruby Manhattan

Rye whiskey with a touch of apricot and grape fruitiness served short, dry and strong. A delicious nightcap.

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Rum & Rye Sour

Tawny port adds grape fruitiness to rum and rye whiskey with freshening tart zesty lemon and subtle bitters complexity.