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A great aperitif drink which uses bready genever and gentian liqueur as its backbone with spoons of herbal Galliano, genepi and chocolate liqueurs adding
There's a touch of Tiki to this pineapple rum sour that's made distinctive by peppermint and herbal flavours.
Best described as A vodka daiquiri with a hint of herbal peppermint courtesy of Galliano.
A lightly peppermint spiced influenced Daiquiri.
A Harvey Wallbanger made with tequila in place of vodka. Squeeze quality oranges just before making and you'll be amazed just how good this cocktail is.
This shaken recipe includes orange juice and this gives the otherwise anaemic looking drink its namesake golden hue. The addition of orange bitters helps
Like the Screwdriver, the Harvey Wallbanger has sadly waned in popularity, probably due to it being served with packaged orange juice. When made with freshly
Jumpin' Jack Flash
Whiskey further mellowed and sweetened by a tasty combo of liqueurs and juices.
Le Coq d'Or (The Golden Rooster)
Perhaps substitute ¼ shot Demerara sugar syrup for the sugar cube and all that muddling. Whether runny or dry sugar, this flip style cocktail is balanced
Delicately spiced and subtly chocolaty.
Rocky Mountain Rootbeer
Does indeed taste reminiscent of alcoholic root beer.
Slow Comfortable Mexican Screw Against the Wall
Tequila adds a Mexican touch to the Slow Screw family to create a tasty riff on a Screwdriver. Great for a lazy summer afternoon or a barbeque.
Slow Comfortable Screw Against a Cold Hard Wall
Sloe gin is the 'Slow', Sothern Comfort is the 'Comfortable', vodka and orange juice are the 'Screw' (as in Screwdriver), ice is the 'Cold', overproof
Slow Comfortable Screw Against The Wall
Galliano adds the wall (as in Harvey Wallbanger) and some herbal peppermint to this Slow Comfortable Screw. Yes, the name's corny but made with fresh orange,
Slow Comfortable Screw Against The Wall With A Bang
One of the better Sloe Comfortable Screw derivations - Overproof rum provides the Bang. Boozy fruity and balanced rather than sweet – what's not to like?
With its sunny colour and tropical fruity flavour and rum base, the Yellow Bird certainly evokes the Caribbean. Two rums and three fruit juices, but the
Adam & Eve
Lovers of the Sazerac will appreciate this herbal, bourbon-laced concoction.
Bartender's Root Beer
Not quite the root of all evil, but tasty all the same.
Bossa Nova #1
Apple with the added zing of rum, Galliano, apricot and lime juice.
Red in colour and innocent looking, this flavoursome drink sure packs a punch.