Pronounced 'Hera-Zana', this delicious stirred cocktail combines two sherries and two vermouths with faint vanilla richness balanced by pronounced orange
Herbal tequila. refreshing lime and mild ginger heat mellowed with creamy vanilla, all lengthened and flavoured with apple cider. An exceptionally good
Advocaat, gin and lemon juice sit together harmoniously in this pale yellow cocktail with vanilla syrup adding balance and cardamom enlivening the blend.
Truly the milk of the Gods! Delicate bourbon with a touch of vanilla. Balanced rather than sweet, and milky rather than creamy.
This traditional New Orleans hangover cure beats your bog-standard vanilla milkshake.
Vanilla and pineapple bring out the sweetness of the rum against a citrus background.
Reminiscent of an Espresso Martini but with raisiny fruit and distinctive gentiane bitterness. A great after dinner sipper but don't let that stop you
Most unusual and interesting. Recognisably a Daiquiri but with a creamy mouthfeel and great depth of flavour.
Slightly sweet with vanilla, cherry and cinnamon and complex peppermint and herbal notes from the Strega interlaced with cognac.
Reminiscent of a Hemingway Special, this flavoursome, vanilla-laced Daiquiri has a wonderfully tangy, bittersweet finish.
Cinnamon and pimento spiced golden rum with refreshing citrus. Balanced, cooling and delicious.
A smooth creamy orangey dessert cocktail that is surprisingly boozy and far from overly sweet. However, be warned, it is thick and rich - just as a dessert
This cocktail's fruitiness and slug of vanilla syrup gives it broad appeal, particularly for those who like Porn Star Martinis.
A passion fruit and vanilla crowd-pleaser that's balanced with zesty lime, often served with sparkling wine on the side.
A beautifully fruity, adult balance of bittersweet flavours.
Some huge flavours presented in a comparatively delicate drink – think bittersweet and spiced Vanilla Daiquiri.
Andrea created this drink for enjoying the flavour of smoky whisky with calvados adding to apple fruitiness. The amount of Peychaud's used makes or breaks
Layers of sour citrus, bittersweet vanilla and cleansing Moscato grape spirit. Best enjoyed as an aperitivo.
Created in 2010 by Metinee Kongsrivilai at The Bon Vivant, Edinburgh, Scotland.
If you're the kind to opt for a splash of flavoured syrup at the coffee shop, then this variation on Dick Bradsell's original Espresso Martini is for you.
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