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This short sharp cocktail is best described as a Banana & Fino Sherry Gin Sour. The fino and banana notes are subtle, so subtle that it is not obviously
Banana liqueur and brandy go shockingly well together, here toned with sherry and bitters.
A tangy banana drink that's not overly sweet and is more sophisticated than the uninitiated may expect.
Perhaps better named a Sour Banoffee Daiquiri – what's not to like?
A banana flavoured after-dinner sipper of cocktail with coconut water subtly flavouring and smoothing cognac.
Smoky whisky-laced rich delicately herbal banana. Not as challenging as this drink sounds and considerably tastier.
The Carousel cocktail is a reinterpretation of a childhood visit to the carnival, a happy time in any child's life! This particular visit was in a time
Long, creamy and filling banana drink with a 'dirty' flavour and colour courtesy of coffee liqueur. The riper the banana used in this cocktail the better.
This short bittersweet spirituous cocktail makes for a very tasty aperitif.
Best described as a mezcal-based Godfather with amaro and crème de banana adding depth of flavour.
Sabrina Mailhot says of her drink, “Séquito is Spanish for ‘entourage’ – the group of people that surround us, or in this case, community and
Fruity, sweet 'n' sour. A bite-sized tropical-style Greek-laced cocktail for a touch of island escapism in a glass.
Sweet fruity flavours balanced by tannic bitterness in the tea.
A wonderfully complex marriage of cognac, distilled chocolate, rich Pedro Ximénez and banana liqueur with aromatic bitters and a dash of brine.
Not the simple sweetie the name might suggest. Made with rum, banana, spice, and all things nice.
With its sunny colour and tropical fruity flavour and rum base, the Yellow Bird certainly evokes the Caribbean. Two rums and three fruit juices, but the
Fortified bubble gum for the young at heart.
With an overripe banana this drink is delicious, thick and creamy. A meal in itself.
Don't skimp, use a whole banana per drink for real flavour.
Simple and just as the name suggests, a banana flavoured rum highball.
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