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I've used a 50/50 mix of dry and bianco vermouths to add some (I believe) much-needed honeyed richness to the all-dry vermouth vintage recipe. Depending
Richly flavoured apple and blackberry fruit liqueurs, bolstered and fortified with calvados, charged and given character with rose champagne.
Wonderfully refreshing and balanced.
One of the best and most popular drinks to come out of the 1980s.
Basically, a whisky sour served over crushed ice with a dash of rich crème de mûre. For whisky drinkers this Scotch whisky riff on Dick Bradsell’s
Rum-laced, very fruity, and toned by vermouth and generous dashed of bitters. If you like a French Martini you'll also like this.
Delicately spicy and Manhattan-like in style.
As Dick Bradsell once said to me, It may make you wobble, but it won't make you fall down. Dick named this cocktail after the 1970s' Weebles children's
The name aptly describes the drink.
A most unusual cognac-laced flip with rich blackcurrant and lingering ginger spice. Slightly on the sweet side.
Well balanced with a rich blackberry flavour.
A delicately fruity bittersweet sweet 'n' sour aperitivo.
A fruity yet dry crimson-coloured Margarita
A tequila Bramble of which I'm sure Dick Bradsell (the legendary bartender behind the original Bramble) would be most approving.
Rich raspberry fruit liqueur balanced by pink grapefruit and lime juice, with gin fortifying and adding complexity. The flavour is reminiscent of a Bramble
Gin-laced rich PX raisiny sherry, blackberry and coffee combine in this bite-sized after-dinner cocktail.
A light, fruity, easy drinking cocktail.
Fruity and rounded with a touch of rum funk, rich banana and blackberry.
Simple but great - smooth, sweet 'n' sour blackberry, although possibly a tad on the sweet side for some.
A blackberry and coconut flavoured Daiquiri.
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