Port and Brandy (AKA Randy) are a match made in heaven, here subtly enriched with a touch of sugar.
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.
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
Just as Aaron, its creator, describes it, whiskey-laced boozy blackcurrant fruit pastille.
Claret-cum-mulled wine, but hold out for the warming ginger finish.
Complex and sophisticated Scotch with fruity notes.
Rum character shines, distinguishing this from lesser fizzes.
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,
This deep cherry red Negroni-like aperitivo is equally tasty shaken and served straight-up – indeed that's how it was originally made, like a Shakerato.
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
Rich and fruity tawny port sits beautifully with aged rhum agricole in this spirit-forward late-night sipper.
Flipping good. Easy and light.
A dessert cocktail designed to complement Cuban cigars.
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
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
The winning cocktail from CLASS magazine Bartender of the Year 2009.
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
Full-bodied both describes this drink and how you’ll feel after consuming this very tasty meal of a drink.
Rye whiskey with a touch of apricot and grape fruitiness served short, dry and strong. A delicious nightcap.
Tawny port adds grape fruitiness to rum and rye whiskey with freshening tart zesty lemon and subtle bitters complexity.
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