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A crowd pleasing cognac-based cocktail – will appeal to the many and upset few – with the monastic herbal complexity of Bénédictine with rich black
A fruity summer cooler which I challenge anyone not to like.
A simple variation on the vodka-based French Martini adding gin and vermouth to help justify its Martini name.
A simple riff on the French Martini swapping the usual vodka for the more French cognac. Fruity and easy drinking.
A classic Daiquiri made fruity with the addition of black raspberry liqueur and pineapple juice.
Raspberry and pineapple laced with vodka. Easy drinking and very fruity.
A classic Mojito with a hint of berry fruit flavour and colour
A berry fruity riff on a Perfect Manhattan
A tasty Islay whisky-influenced riff on a French Martini.
Red berries, red wine and ruby orange subtly fortified with gin and the underlying herbal notes of Fernet Branca.
Considering tequila is replacing vodka in this French Martini riff, you'd think blanco tequila would work best. However, having tried this and reposado
Orange, basil and red berries laced with vodka makes for a well-balanced, easy-drinking fruity cocktail - arguably too easy for a drink titled Pan Galactic
Red berry flavours with light red wine tannins, liqueur sweetness and botanical depth courtesy of gin, all refreshed with fizz. Berry fizz!
Slightly sweet and fruity with a hint of raspberry and cognac's distinctive flavour.
Wonderfully floral – flavours of rose and raspberry dominate with dry vermouth adding balance and complexity.
Cognac, pineapple juice and black raspberry liqueur. OK, so France is not known for its pineapples but I said 'very' not 'totally' French. And yes I know
If you like French Martinis you'll love this semi-sweet Tatanka.
Fruity, with interest courtesy of the basil and a grind of pepper.
Rich blackberry flavour with a touch of ginger spice.
Dessert by name and dessert by nature: naughty but nice.
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