Pear, apple, vanilla and whiskey are partners in this richly flavoured drink.
A seriously tasty, strong, long drink. The name is a reversal of the London rhyming slang 'apples and pears' (stairs).
Despite the no missus Frankie Howerd-like, English seaside postcard humour name, this is a very tasteful cocktail – pear and cognac is a delicious flavour
Wonderful balance of flavours but pear predominates with a dry yet floral finish.
Just as it says on the tin - spiced pear.
Inga must like a touch of bitter Italian with her fruit.
A wonderful meld of aromatic ingredients.
Not as sticky as the sweet it takes its name from but full-on tangy pear.
Pear with a hint of sparkle.
Subtle pear with ginger spice. Fill the glass with ice and go easy on the ginger beer which can predominate and overpower the pear.
A light cocktail featuring a melange of subtle flavours.
Reminiscent of perry (pear cider).
Apples and pears is the cockney rhyming slang for stairs, hence the flavours in this particular flight.
Light (low in alcohol) and tad on the sweet side, apple and pear with a hint of cinnamon spice.
In cockney rhyming slang 'apples and pears' means stairs. The flavours of the fruits also combine well, here fortified with vodka.
Sake and pear juice with a kick.
Vanilla and pear create a creamy mouthful cut by lime juice.
Sweet, sticky and strong.
Scotch, pear and apple combine wonderfully in this medium-sweet long drink.
Not quite the best, but this long, fruity thirst quencher isn't half bad.
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