This recipe combines elements from the world's most respected writers of vintage recipes – the base formula comes from Craddock's 1930 The Savoy Cocktail
Beautifully balanced with lemon acidity cleansing and offsetting sweet orange with subtle herbal tequila.
A rye-based Sweet Manhattan made even sweeter with herbal Bénédictine liqueur and bittered with Peychaud's and absinthe. Originally made with equal
I've Colin Field to thank for my French 75 epiphany. One evening in early June 2017 I was sat at his bar (Bar Hemingway) and he showed me the vintage 75ml
Basically, a bitter orange and clove daiquiri.- We found this recipe really sung when we added a splash of water for some extra dilution and half a bar
Best described as being an absinthe influenced Apple Daiquiri, and very good it is too.
We love Daiquiris and this is basically a classic Daiquiri with a few bells and whistles: orange curaçao, lime juice, almond syrup, amaretto, falernum,
A cherry brandy influenced Sweet Manhattan with extra complexity courtesy of a dash of absinthe.
The game this drink is named after is French while the main ingredients are Spanish and Italian, but they do play Pétanque in the Basque region of Spain.
If you are rightly concerned about chucking expensive absinthe down the drain then consider straining into a shot glass and serve on the side. The seven
Hopefully, it's 'Special'! 'Brew' refers to both the use of Byrrh (pronounced beer) and sake (which is brewed). To be a true 'Martini' a cocktail should
As befits a great Sazerac, The JP is boozy with rich silky cognac smoothing spicy rye whiskey.
With its delicate but assertive caraway-led herbal undertones, this a delicious Martini-style cocktail.
Inspired by the numerous other Tuxedo recipes, this combines the best of them all (besides the sherry) but with a faint hint of sweetness (from the bianco
Sweet white vermouth and generous maraschino liqueur mellow the usual Tuxedo bone dryness while also adding aroma and flavour.
Stirred down and boozy so suited to late night sipping. This cocktail has broader appeal when served on-the-rocks in an old-fashioned glass, either way
Like the gun this cocktail is named after, this small drink packs a hell of a punch, and to ensure it does, MacElhone calls for a couple of dashes of absinthe
Absinthe and gin delicately lead this subtle cherry-flavoured cocktail. Campari adds more colour than flavour while pink grapefruit freshens.
Absinthe and ginger ale combine well in this refreshing highball.
Best described as A vodka daiquiri with a hint of herbal peppermint courtesy of Galliano.
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