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Champagne is made to go with strawberries.
This lavender pink drink is everything you (or your partner) might want for a Valentine's tipple. It is the right colour, includes parfait amour liqueur
As the name suggests, a sour laced with characterful grappa, flavoured with rich ripe strawberry. Dry and complex rather than sweet and one-dimensional.
Fruity, slightly sweet strawberry, balanced and made interesting by vodka, balsamic vinegar and black pepper tingle.
Dessert by name and dessert by nature. Wonderfully moreish, naughty but very nice.
Best described as a strawberry gin sour, the herbal botanicals in the gin combine well with the sweet strawberry.
Strawberry and balsamic are a great combo - here served with orange juice, vodka and maple syrup.
Jammy strawberry fruit and cream-of-soda vanilla fortified by grain whisky and enlivened by prosecco.
A bittersweet aperitif style cocktail with light strawberry and delicate lavender notes.
Strawberries seem to complement prosecco even better than white peaches so perhaps order this in preference to a Bellini.
Perhaps best described as a Strawberry Bellini, sweet strawberry flavours are tamed with the gentle acidity of Prosecco.
Far from sophisticated but appropriately named.
This radiantly coloured creamy strawberry yoghurt drink is sweetened with honey and 'hardened' with vodka.
Rich berry fruit fortified with vodka and tamed by the tannins from a splash of red wine.
Takes some getting through the fine strainer, but when you do it's simply strawberries and cream with the faintest hint of alcohol. Wimbledon is all about
Bittersweet and floral - one for the poolside.
Dry, bitter grapefruit complimented by passion fruit and strawberry.
This aptly named, semi-sweet drink has a strong liquorice flavour with hints of fruit.
Berry vodka dominates with hints of strawberry and basil.
Strawberry liqueur replaces the usual orange liqueur in this riff on a Cosmopolitan.
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