An easy-drinking, fruity cocktail with grassy hints courtesy of bison vodka.
Autumnal in colour with a wonderful meld of complementary flavours.
A strong, tangy, refreshing drink packed with fruit and laced with rum.
Simple but tasty, harnessing the flavour of passion fruit.
Passion fruit syrup is powerful stuff and its fruity richness greatly enhances and balances this bittersweet cocktail.
In Gregor's own words, based on the father of the Sidecar, the granddad of the Margarita, Laydeez an' Gennulmen! The Brandy Crusta.
A sweet creamy, fruity dessert style cocktail.
As the name suggests this non-alcoholic long drink is loaded with berry fruit, presented over the light tannins of a black tea base with a splash of passion
A Tiki-influenced frozen gin sour with passion fruit and almond.
Tangy, fruity, rum-laced and passion fruit-tastic. Doctor's order!
Single pot still Irish whiskey gives this Commander backbone while verjuice adds a stiff upper lip, but this Chief has heart and soul in the form of passion
Fruity, just as the name promises, but this Mojito is balanced rather than sweet.
A citrusy bite keeps this distinctly pink, fruity Margarita just on the tart side.
Fruity, bittersweet and sweet 'n' sour. More an aperitivo Daiquiri than a Porn Star Martini.
Long and refreshing with a flavour reminiscent of caramelised apple.
Looks tame but packs a flavoursome punch.
This fruity, herbal drink is even better made the way Douglas originally intended, with basil infused gin instead of muddled leaves.
A light, fruity drink for a summer afternoon.
Douglas' original recipe called for raisin infused boubon and I'd recommend you make this drink that way if time permits.
One of London's contemporary classics. Far from a proper Martini, this is fruity and sweet, but not overly so.
Fresh and fruity with honeyed sweetness.
This fruity adaptation of the classic Collins may be a tad sharp for some: if so, add a dash more sugar.
Full-on passion fruit with gin and citrus.
Rum and fruit combine in this punchy tropical-style drink.
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