Smoky, tangy and complex with layers of flavour, although happily mezcal dominates.
Created by Jay Khan and inspired by Hong Kong, the Dynasty Margarita appropriately uses traditional Chinese ingredients of lychee and ginger and combines
Just what it says on the tin - your everyday Cosmo but with extra vitality courtesy of a good whack of ginger spice.
If you like The Penicillin Cocktail, then you'll also like this rosemary, ginger, lemon and honey infused bourbon cocktail, shaken and served on-the-rocks.
Tequila and ginger smoothed with a hint of honey. A cleansing after-dinner cocktail.
Lightly smoky mezcal with ginger spice and zesty citrus.
A peachy whiskey sour with a mild ginger kick.
Lightly spicy with an attractive underlying bready fruitiness from the fresh strawberry and genever.
Long and refreshing with subtle flavours of apple, lemon, ginger and plum wine combining well with the cognac base.
A riff on the classic Brown Derby, this is a refreshing bourbon sour with zesty citrus and subtle warming earthy ginger.
Bittersweet and tangy. A cocktail to enjoy as an aperitif with nibbles.
Savoury and lightly spicy with smoky mezcal backbone.
Whiskey and ginger with a fresh zing of lime.
There's more than a whisper of ginger in this spicy cocktail.
An unusual line up of ingredients combine to make a great drink.
A refreshing Margarita, with subtle ginger, pepper spice and rose notes. You can substitute half a barspoon of jalapeno oil in place of the jalapeno slice.
Imagine a ginger flavoured shandy with a kick – pretty much describes this gin laced lemon and ginger flavoured beer-tail.
“The inspiration for this drink was to make something simple yet delicious, well balanced and with every ingredient playing its own role on the palate.
Jasmine, lime, ginger and lemon – refreshing and complex.
Yellow with a tinge to green but herbal non-the-less with coffee and chocolate.
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