When, as originally, this cocktail is made with Rutte Celery Gin, then celery notes are very obvious in the final cocktail - perhaps more so than in the
It's incredible how switching between blanco and reposado tequila (even between same brands) changes this cocktail with the blanco version somewhat out-of-kilter
Cream and a touch of rich chocolate smooth scotch whisky and gin without smothering them. This may be a creamy drink but it remains 'serious' and far from
So smooooooth but still retains a tequila bite and a hint of chocolate and fruit.
A great aperitif drink which uses bready genever and gentian liqueur as its backbone with spoons of herbal Galliano, genepi and chocolate liqueurs adding
Creamy tequila and chocolate this tequila based riff on the classic Brandy Alexander is deliciously indulgent.
If you like New York Sours then you should try this bourbon-laced, red aromatised riff on a classic 20th Century.
A Daiquiri with a hint of chocolate.
A tasty combination of coffee, chocolate and cream, laced with vodka.
This after-dinner classic is rich, creamy and subtly chocolaty.
The chocolate in this riff on a classic Negroni seems to boost the orange notes in the Italian red bitter liqueur.
Use a great quality white crème de cacao alongside Aqua Bianca and you'll have a surprisingly well-balanced complex and delicately chocolaty freshening
Dry (at least with the amontillado sherry) we used, Clarita could be enjoyed as an aperitif or digestive.
Tequila, kummel and cacao – a trio of powerful flavours diluted and made into a delicate cocktail by birch water.
As befits the name, this chocolate and vanilla vodka-based Easter Egg of a cocktail has both cream and egg – the later in the form of Dutch advocaat.
Bourbon's distinctive character shines through but is softened and flavoured by cacao and a hint of citrus.
Maraschino cherry aromas strike you first as you enjoy this cognac-laced, subtly chocolate and ginger after-dinner cocktail.
Chocolate cocktail with extra interest thanks to vanilla and cardamom.
Absinthe sits majestically with cream and chocolate in this indulgent after-dinner cocktail.
A riff on the classic 20th Century based on Black Tears spiced rum and so named due to the Black Death reaping its havoc in the 14th Century.
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