Rye whiskey and cognac combine harmoniously in this delicious julep.
Cognac makes for a heavier cocktail than a French 75 made with gin, yet this cocktail remains enlivening, refreshing and quaffable. The use of powdered
As befits a great Sazerac, The JP is boozy with rich silky cognac smoothing spicy rye whiskey.
The bitters are crucial in balancing this after-dinner brandy and pineapple cocktail.
Spirituous, sour, balanced and delicious with herbal notes, two brandies, and citrus freshness.
Port and Brandy (AKA Randy) are a match made in heaven, here subtly enriched with a touch of sugar.
A subtly almond influenced brandy sour served straight-up and set apart by its namesake 'Thin Pink Line' of Peychaud's bitters which floats on top of the
A Sweet Manhattan with a herbal touch of Bénédictine and cognac. Drier and more complex than our Preakness Cocktail recipe.
A bittersweet, herbal old-school drink that's in line for rediscovery.
Sake sweetened with Sauternes and flavoured with cognac and Islay whisky.
Dry, with bittersweet undertones, and aromatic. I've tried this recipe with modern-day Caperitif but prefer the above blend of two apéritif wines in its
Pineapple shines in this cognac-influenced Daiquiri. Best when made with an aged Jamaican blended rum to impart a touch of funk.
A delicious, spilt base, equal parts, Sweet Manhattan-style cocktail suited to late-night sipping.
A Sweet Manhattan served on-the-rocks with added herbal complexity and an all-important splash and dash or two of New Orlean's French Quarter. Driven
I've Colin Field to thank for my French 75 epiphany. One evening in early June 2017 I was sat at his bar (Bar Hemingway) and he showed me the vintage 75ml
A delicately spiced riff on the classic Brooklyn cocktail.
Reminiscent of a classic champagne cocktail with cognac, champagne and zesty orange flavours dominating. It's surprising how little cherry brandy notes
A truly deliciously refreshing cocktail. Woody rancio notes in the cognac are freshened by the mint. Those with a dry palate may want to reduce the sugar
If you like Sidecars then you'll love the Frank Sullivan. Just on the tart side with a touch of quinine bitterness which makes sipping through a sugar-crusted
If you are rightly concerned about chucking expensive absinthe down the drain then consider straining into a shot glass and serve on the side. The roughly
Both fresh and refreshing. A subtle hint of peppermint gives zing to this cognac-based cocktail.
Not that far removed from a Sazerac cocktail, this is innovative and great tasting.
A very wet gin martini dried with a splash of cognac and two dashes of bitters.
After the Whisky Sour, this is the most requested sour. Try it and you'll see why - but don't omit the egg white.
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