The thinking man's mixed drink, this is based on gin with the distinctive flavour of Greek mastiha and lengthened with birch water.
Cognac freshened and flavoured with Mastiha, Fernet Branca and chocolate bitters.
Named after Denny Kallivoka and Eleni Nikoloulia, our favourite Greek drinks writers, this whisky based cocktail has a healthy glug of mastiha with birch
Daiquiris are refreshing but I believe this mastiha and birch water influenced example is particularly so.
“My cocktail is inspired by Dale DeGroff’s ‘Whiskey Smash’ and Joerg Meyer’s ‘Gin Basil Smash.’ It represents Don Facundo’s sweet and sour
The perfect digestif Martini. Mastiha and white crème de menthe - both renowned for their digestive properties - add cooling freshness to this wet, lightly
Mastiha and peppermint bitters bring minty freshness to this riff on the classic White Lady.
Celery and mastiha pair well, while gin adds a spirituous bite and botanical complexity. A small grind of pepper to finish adds a nuance of spice.
Mastiha (which after all is botanically flavoured spirit) combines wonderfully with gin and dry vermouth. A splash of ouzo adds more Greek interest.
The distinctive notes of mastiha and Chartreuse shine in this Greek riff on the classic Last Word.
This tasty sour features the distinctive flavour of mastiha.
Gin's botanical complexity combined with minty and mastiha freshness and a pink hint of cranberry fruitiness makes for a cleansing after-dinner digestif.
This clever riff on a classic Ramos Gin Fizz harnesses a trio of Greek specialties: tsipouro, mastiha and yoghurt.
An unlikely combination of big rich flavours, but when served ice-cold this is either a very interesting Mediterranean aperitivo or a palate cleansing
Best described as being a mezcal, mastiha and pink grapefruit Margarita. It’s a great combo. Mastiha freshness with a hint of smoky mezcal is balanced
Bittersweet and refreshing with the very distinctive flavours of mastiha and Fernet Branca.
Fresh and refreshing Greek mastiha replaces cherry liqueur in this riff on the classic Blood & Sand.
Named not after the cheery chap in Cheers or even the Beatles’ Norwegian Wood but due to this particularly Woody cocktail containing birch water and
Tsipouro with citrus sourness, jammy apricot and a freshening hint of mastiha.
A riff on a Cosmopolitan with the distinctive Greek influence of mastiha.
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