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Dantes in Fernet

It's obvious that this Blood & Sand-like cocktail contains Fernet, it has an almost smoky herbal influence. Maple syrup is an inspired sweetener and flavour

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Maple Rum Old-Fashioned

Well-aged rum mellowed and sweetened by maple syrup. A spirit-forward sipper that's rich and easy.

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Benton's Old Fashioned

If you like an Old-Fashioned and bacon then you'll love the Benton's Old-Fashioned.

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Brown Derby

Some folk make this cocktail with honey syrup rather than maple syrup. Honey does indeed make for a tasty cocktail and is stipulated in the Brown Derby

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Purple Stag

Easy drinking and neither bitter or too sweet, it's hard not to like this rich herbal fruity cocktail.

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Thyme Will Tell Sour

Thyme and maple syrup add extra interest to a Whiskey Sour. Some may want to add egg white.

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Hunter's Tea

Liquorice, chocolate, black tea and citrus. Equally as good enjoyed as an aperitif or digestive.

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Randy Old-fashioned

Port and brandy (rhymes 'Randy') are traditionally consumed at Christmas and used to be a popular British pub combo. I've used maple syrup in place of

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The Nooner

Charles Joly's original recipe called for Nevan liqueur (sadly no longer made) and fresh ginger. This simplified version has a flavour reminiscent of the

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Mountain Man cocktail

A peachy Whiskey Sour with a mild ginger kick.

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Jäger Old-Fashioned

Rewarding, chocolaty and boozy with complex herbal and fruity notes.

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Toronto Cocktail

Originally with a dash of sugar syrup but, thanks to a comment by Yacha Han on Difford's Guide, presented here with maple syrup as a more appropriate sweetener.

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Maple Old Fashioned

A spirit-forward sipper that's rich and easy with bourbon mellowed and sweetened by maple syrup.

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Port Old-Fashioned

Bourbon and maple syrup somewhat overwhelm the headline port wine, although it does add an underlying fruitiness to this balanced and tasty riff on an

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Smoked Maple

This peaty-whisky-laced cocktail won't be to everybody's taste, but an Islay malt fan will most definitely approve.

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Applejack Rabbit

Apple brandy, orange and tart lemon enriched with maple syrup. Strike the perfect balance and this is a delicious combination. This cocktail's name alone

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Four W Daiquiri

The oomph of rum, the sourness of grapefruit and the richness of maple syrup, all aromatised by bitters.

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Smoky Old Bastard

Lapsang souchong flavours and dry tannins are balanced by maple syrup and fortified with bourbon.

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Japanese Maple

This excellent Japanese whisky-based sour is balanced with maple syrup.

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Zeus Cocktail

Rich, pungent and not too sweet.

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Lotus Espresso

Coffee to the fore but with complex, earthy bittersweet notes.

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Smoky Whisky Sour

Islay single malt and maple syrup add a distinctive smoky character to this otherwise classic Scotch Whisky Sour.

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My summer: the feeling of my childhood in a drink. My paradise: sweet memories and the moments of happiness when we spent time together with family and

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The French Canadian

Dry and aromatic with cucumber adding freshness. A good apéritif cocktail.

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