Delicately smoky mezcal forms the backbone of this delicious bittersweet long refreshing drink.
Dry and lightly fruity with complex herbal minerality, this is a superbly refreshing and complex long drink.
Sweet 'n' sour, salt 'n' vinegar served with dry celery gin crunch – a cocktail to awaken your senses.
Genepi adds a touch of herbal sweetness to what is quite literally a Celery Gin Sour.
This aptly named drink is beautifully balanced with delicate celery flavours.
This dry spirituous aperitif, Martini-like, cocktail combines malty genever and bitter celery flavours with Yellow Chartreuse richness dried by vermouth.
Lime green in colour under a frothy head, lemon fresh and botanical with gin, basil and a hint of celery.
Clean grainy vodka forms the back bone of this floral and herbal delicate dessert Vodkatini-style drink.
An unlikely combination of big rich flavours, but when served ice-cold this is either a very interesting Mediterranean aperitivo or a palate cleansing
Savoury, delicately fruity and refreshing with delicate ripe pear, dry gin and celery with a hint of smoke.
Bittersweet and refreshing with the very distinctive flavours of mastiha and Fernet Branca.
Bittersweet with fragrant bison grass vodka and fruity Maraschino cherry flavours supported by bitter gentian, rich elderflower and lime juice.
Occupying the ground between the Gimlet and a Shrub with pleasing savoury celery notes adding interest.
Originally and rather boringly named Celery Gin Cocktail until I realised how close it is to David Embury's Nome. My original recipe (photographed) was
A most unusual cocktail based on a most unusual product - mustard liqueur.
Scotch whisky and rich apricot with sour herbal complexity.
Bittersweet with mezcal and amaro combining harmoniously along with aromatic wine and celery bitters.
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Matthew’s inspiration: “El meu avi va anar a Cuba (my grandfather went to Cuba). At just 16, Facundo Bacardí crossed the Atlantic to the New World:
Leon Back says of his drink, “The Queen Street Cocktail is, firstly, a tribute to the street where I work. This street in Edinburgh, which is world-renowned,
Casper Huang says of his drink, “The robin is a symbol of bravery, vitality and great renown, and is a bird that we associate with the bat, representing
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