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Amber Negroni (Difford's recipe)

As the name suggests, this riff on a classic Negroni is amber in colour with honeyed notes and is not quite as bitter as the classic red version.

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Negroni Bianco

This white Negroni is not quite as dry and bitter as a traditional red Negroni and has additional pleasing creamy honeysuckle notes.

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Green Negroni

Don’t be put off or misled by the lurid green colour or this cocktail, it is both bittersweet and complex. As the name suggests it is based in a classic

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Blonde Boulevardier Cocktail

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Toying with Islay smoke, and a blanc negroni style

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Blue Pidgeon

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A Cosmopolitan with Tonic Water providing a gentle fizz.

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New Pope

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After the drink is ready before poor it in the martini coupette the glass is perfumed with an incense tincture.

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Old Cowboy

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STIR all ingredients with ice and strain into ice-filled glass.

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River of life

This drink is simple, yet complex with tropical notes that twist from pineapple to blue cheese. This cocktail was created by Benjamin Salguero January

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Stephen's White Fur Jacket Riff

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Bozal ensemble is a good mixing mezcal to use, and I used Dolin dry vermouth but any white or dry vermouth will work. Suze probably works in place of the

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The white American(o)

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A riff on the americano for late summer evenings in England.

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Vieux Coüw-Coüw

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The cocktail was first made with Suze Saveur d'autrefois wich is no longer made, if you want to reproduce the original taste, you can mix 3/4 of regular