Our free to use website requires cookies, as almost all websites do.
When made with Bacardi Carta Blanca (as it originally was) this delicate and so very slightly sweet cocktail has complex notes of blue cheese with faintly
Delicately enriched whisky, sake and coco water – a trio that sits together harmoniously.
Sake sweetened with Sauternes and flavoured with cognac and Islay whisky.
Hopefully, it's 'Special'! 'Brew' refers to both the use of Byrrh (pronounced beer) and sake (which is brewed). To be a true 'Martini' a cocktail should
Delicately savoury with corn and bergamot, a relatively low alcohol, aromatic, aperitivo.
Being dyslexic I'm bewildered as to how to spell dyslexic, while also amused by sake (the beverage brewed from rice) being spelt the same way as sake (as
A Vodka Martini given a Japanese influence with sake and Japanese whisky. Omit the sugar syrup if you like your Martinis bone dry.
Icewine adds interesting and wonderfully subtle honeyed notes to this Sake Martini.
Originally made with Poire William liqueur, hence this version calls for a little sugar. We've also taken the liberty of adding a dash of Peychaud's Bitters
A very delicate rendition of a Sweet Manhattan
Lighter in style than your typical Manhattan Cocktail, with all the familiar flavours enhanced by extra sake complexity.
Dry, subtle, and depending on your choice of sake, possibly amazing.
This delicately flavoured sour is low in alcohol and suited to being enjoyed as an aperitivo.
The purity of vodka sits elegantly with sake in this cleansing Martini.
Sake adds an almost wine-like delicacy to this approachable riff on the classic Dry Martini.
This Reverse Martini-style cocktail originally featured a floating salted cherry blossom as a garnish. This is not just for looks, the hint of saltiness
Complex grassy flavours of green apple, pear, red grape, and indeed plum. A light, cleansing and aromatic aperitivo.
Delicate, aromatic and Martini-esc with delicate minerality and pear fruitiness.
Hints of sake but retains the Sidecar style.
Why dampen your Martini with just vermouth when the Japanese and the Peruvians have so much more to offer?
All editorial and photography on diffordsguide.com is copyright protected
© Odd Firm of Sin 2022