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Tangy citrus fruit and cognac smoothed with a hint of vanilla.
As befits the name, this chocolate and vanilla vodka-based Easter Egg of a cocktail has both cream and egg – the later in the form of Dutch advocaat.
This powerful, straw yellow cocktail offers a myriad of flavours. Benefitting from the dilution of a long stir and/or the addition of a dash of water.
Jaspar recommends making a batch in their glasses and refreezing them with the straws already in the glass, like the old colonels and their julep freezers
A fruity, vanilla-ed twist on the classic Mojito.
Honey and pineapple, laced with aromatic pisco and spiced with clove.
This riff on Dick Brasell's classic Espresso Martini introduces rich vanilla and faint and delicate herbal notes.
Named due to this drink’s friendly approachability and The Persuaders! (a 1970s British TV series starring Tony Curtis and Roger Moore made brilliant
Reminiscent of a Hemingway Special, this citrusy, vanilla-laced Daiquiri has a tangy bittersweet finish.
Bold, aromatic and fruit with generous vanilla and pineapple.
A trio of brandies with a dash of herbal vanilla, rounded with vermouth.
Easy-drinking but complex with a herbal edge.
This pinky/rusty drink benefits from a good long stir but the result is an aromatic, medium dry, spicy vanilla Martini.
Carajilo, coffee and liquor or spirit, is a popular serve in Mexico, with Licor 43 being one of the preferred choices due to the delicately spiced rich
Vanilla hints in the whiskey and liqueur combine to dominate this fruity long drink.
This extremely rich drink is great when served as a dessert alternative. To make the pie rim, wipe outside edge of rim with cream mix and dip into crunched
Rich and syrupy base sipped through a vanilla cream topping.
Champagne with a hint of vanilla.
Cognac and orange with rich vanilla and delicate spice.
Vanilla and pepper seem to complement each other in a sweet and sour kind of way.
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