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This riff on the classic Garibaldi is a great brunch drink. Why take vitamin c and iron supplement with your breakfast when you can sip on a couple of
Delicate, off-dry and aromatic. A great aperitif cocktail.
Rich thick and creamy egg yolk freshened with dry sherry, zesty lime cordial and invigorated with champagne.
A long, easy drinking summer cooler.
Delicious bergamot zesty freshness with subtle underlying rum. Great as an after-dinner freshening digestivo.
There may be some chocolate in your coffee liqueur and perhaps cocoa beans play a role in the amaro, but like the Coffee Cocktail (which has no coffee)
The sweet honeyed spice notes of Scottish liqueur combine harmoniously with the gentle acidity of the wine, lengthened and freshened with ginger ale.
Creamy and indulgent but not sickly sweet, with delicate chocolate, rose, mint and zesty orange.
Light in alcohol, with its basil and zesty lemon flavours, this wholesome looking cocktail makes for a refreshing summer afternoon drink.
A very simple cocktail, but when made with freshly squeezed oranges straight from the refrigerator this is a great brunch drink. (Be sure to fine strain
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
Refreshing, light and long ripe strawberry and coconut water.
Long sweet 'n' sour coffee.
Green and herbal (coriander and mint) coffee and pineapple.
As the name suggests, the orange of Grand Marnier heavily influences this drink. Basically a Mimosa or a Buck's Fizz (orange juice and champagne) with
Bittersweet with rich jammy apricot and a touch of tart citrus freshness, this cocktail teeters on being sweet but manages to remain balanced.
Bittersweet, spicy and enlivening.
Fruity but not sweet, with drying bitter lemon. This is a refreshing, low alcohol, aperitif style summery cocktail.
Long and refreshing with a tart lemony bite.
Strike the right balance and there's a note reminiscent of cola. A tad too heavy on the cassis or not quite enough dilution and that cola note turns Ribena-like.
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