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A rye whiskey-based Whisky Sour without egg white but with a red wine float. One of a family of Whiskey Sours - see also New York Sour. This Sour has
A Margarita 'smoked' by mezcal and 'blooded' with red wine. Devilishly good!
Due to a lack of orange liqueur, this is not strictly a Margarita. However, the red wine float fits the name and sipping the underlying 'margarita' through
Dry wine tannins and smoky scotch balance rich honey and blackcurrant liqueur.
Sip a chili-spiced Margarita through a thin layer of devilishly red wine.
The splash of Claret wine makes this cocktail – both in terms of flavour and visually. Adding the aromatic bitters will help the flavour but also adds
A classic bourbon-based Whiskey Sour made more interesting – both visually and in flavour by the addition of a float of red wine. Egg white is not classically
Sip through dry red tannins to reach the rich apricot and orange fruity bourbon sour beneath.
Rich bourbon, red wine tannins and sour zesty citrus brought together and balanced by a touch of sugar.
The tannins from the splash of red wine add complexity and depth of flavour to this Sweet Manhattan.
Yuzu infused sake dominates this coffee and cacao spiced rum-based cocktail.
Created by Laura Walker from Hawthorn Lounge, Wellington, New Zealand for the 2016 Cherry Heering Classic Challenge.
The red wine blends particularly harmoniously when made with a sherry-influenced scotch whisky. Whatever you're Scotch, the traditional Spanish Sangria
Combine ingredients in a punchbowl, STIR to dissolve sugar and add ice and fruit. (Serves 10-15 people)
Warm, fruity red wine - great on a cold night.
Fruity rich and warming with apple (calvados) and blackberry.
Based on cognac and named after one of the three wise men, this cocktail uses three spices – ginger, cloves and saffron (in the Bénédictine) and a
This citrusy mulled wine is simply made with hot red wine and freshly squeezed lemon juice.
Pre-chilling the wine is beneficial to the balance and flavor of this drink. Served at room temperature it dilutes the drink too quickly and overpowers
I wanted a spicier version of the Devil's Margarita to celebrate Dia de Muertos. Ancho Reyes Verde poblano chile liqueur provided exactly the extra kick
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