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Frank Sullivan Cocktail

If you like Sidecars then you'll love the Frank Sullivan. Just on the tart side with a touch of quinine bitterness which makes sipping through a sugar-crusted

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Satan's Whiskers (Straight)

Dry and citrusy with underlying piney gin and herbal complexity.

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Bacardi Special

Hit the perfect proportions and you will strike a wondrous balance of flavoursome rum, gin botanicals, limey sourness and fruity sweetness.

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Mouth-puckeringly dry, this is a great aperitivo with quinine, fino sherry, gin botanicals and citrus all singing harmoniously.

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Barney Barnato Cocktail

Dry, with bittersweet undertones, and aromatic. I've tried this recipe with modern-day Caperitif but prefer the above blend of two apéritif wines in its

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Froupe Cocktail

A bittersweet, herbal old-school drink that's in line for rediscovery.

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Fairbanks No.1

Apricot liqueur dominates this cocktail but dry vermouth, dry gin, lemon juice, and dilution save it from excessive sweetness.

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Fair & Warmer Cocktail

Sure to warm and fairly good.

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Bobby Burns (Craddock's recipe)

Rich and slightly sweet, laced with spice liqueur - an excellent dram to enjoy alongside the ritualistic serving of haggis.

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Angel Face

Rich apricot and apple with a backbone of botanical gin. Balanced rather than dry or sweet. This drink looks better when stirred but the Harry Craddock's

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Tipperary No.2

Gin-laced and Martini-like with subtle mint and orange.

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Roselyn Cocktail

A 2:1 Wet Martini tamed by a dash of pomegranate/grenadine syrup.

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Medium-dry, spiritous aromatised apple with delicate grape/berry fruit and faint orange.

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Bamboo (Savoy's 1930 recipe)

The simplest, one of the best and dryest renditions of the Bamboo cocktail. It may be simple but the combination of vermouth and fino makes for a fabulously

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Mint Cocktail

A great grassy, minty digestif with a good balance between acidity and sweetness.

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Seventh Heaven No.2

Grapefruit citrus bitterness balances rich floral maraschino liqueur in this delicately balanced gin-based cocktail.

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Swizzles Cocktail

Somewhat reminiscent of a frozen gimlet – the combination of gin and lime shines in this freshening swizzle.

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Herbal and aromatic, this benefits from the dilution that comes with a good long stir.

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Twelve Miles Out Cocktail

Stir or shake (as originally stipulated in The Savoy Cocktail Book) this cocktail is still boozy. However, it's also wonderfully aromatic with all three

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Martini Special

A 'Sweet' Martini [it's dry and aromatic] aromatised with orange flower water, absinthe and angostura bitters.

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The Atty Cocktail

My recipe remains pretty faithful to Craddock's classic 1930s proportions, but in line with modern bartending conventions, I now disregard Craddock's instructions

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White Cargo

A delicious dessert-style drink.

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Perfect Martini

Made with equal parts gin, rosso vermouth and dry vermouth the result is almost sherry-like and suits the aperitivo moment. However, if you want that spirituous

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Marny Cocktail

Originally shaken but perhaps better stirred. Simple but no less tasty for it.

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