A delicious riff on a classic Boulevardier with just two ingredients.
The success of this cocktail is reliant upon your oranges and how you fluff their juice. Fluff well and this is delicious.
Easy-drinking and delicately bittersweet.
Delicately bittersweet and sweet 'n' sour with honeyed zesty grapefruit.
Bittersweet and Negroni-like with a touch of rose.
Fruity and refreshing yet complex and fairly dry with underlying bitterness.
Looks like a Negroni, tastes like a very good and interesting Negroni, yet only has two ingredients – hence the name. Also, quicker to make than a three-ingredient
Bittersweet grapefruit and mezcal with honeyed roundness.
The merest hint of hazelnut liqueur makes this relatively light and approachable Negroni.
Bittersweet and delicately faintly floral.
The cacao powder rim echoes the subtle chocolate flavours in this tasty bittersweet aperitivo.
So named due to originally being made with Savoia, Mezcal and Montenegro. On the bitter side of bittersweet but eases with the dilution that comes with
Delicately smoky tart citrus enriched by subtle herbal complexity. A freshening aperitivo.
A rich raspberry bomb of a dessert cocktail with delicate underlying bitterness. Very moreish.
Although only a small proportion of this cocktail, the coffee you use greatly influences its flavour. It doesn't work with espresso but does work brilliantly
Meaning alive in Italian, Vivi is bittersweet with pleasing savoury olive notes.
Adapted from a recipe created by Makina Labrecque, Calgary, Canada, and was a Patrón Margarita of the Year.
Adapted from a recipe created in 2016 by Leon Back at Panda and Sons, Edinburgh for Jack Daniel's Tennessee Calling competition.
Bittersweet and delicately gin-laced.
The Manhattan meets an aperitivo.
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