This orchard-fresh concoction was originally made with Korte Palinka (Hungarian pear schnapps).
Originally made with Poire William liqueur, hence this version calls for a little sugar.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
Despite the no missus Frankie Howerd-like, English seaside postcard humour name, this is a very tasteful cocktail – pear and cognac is a delicious flavour
This long clear drink has a grassy, alpine aroma and a fresh pine finish.
Delicate pear and aromatic maraschino over a wine base.
Boozy with bready genever, pear, citrus and faint rich honey.
Bright red and very fruity.
“The spirit of the staircase” is short and boozy. Cognac flavours shine with hints of absinthe, pear and banana.
Not as sticky as the sweet it takes its name from but full-on tangy pear.
Pear with a hint of sparkle.
Subtle pear with ginger spice. Fill the glass with ice and go easy on the ginger beer which can predominate and overpower the pear.
This floral drink suits its name.
Reminiscent of perry (pear cider).
A bite-sized bittersweet aperitif-style cocktail.
Fortified champagne with a hint of pear.
Sake and pear juice with a kick.
Add some life to your bubbly.
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