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Manhattan Transfer

Ramazzotti Amaro takes the place of Angostura aromatic bitters and adds bitter-sweetness in this riff on a Dry Manhattan.

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Old Gal

This Negroni-style cocktail riff on the Old Pal, with bianco vermouth which has a more mellowing effect on the whiskey than the dry vermouth traditionally

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Bushwick

This Italian-American blend is better and even more gripping than Godfather II.

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Cornwall Negroni

A Negroni-style cocktail served up. Heavy on the gin and relatively light on Campari and vermouth. It's a formula that works but like us, you may prefer

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Division Bell

A mezcal inspired variation of the Last Word with a refreshing, spirit-forward blend of ingredients.

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Good Cork

Dry and boozy, this delicious late-night sipper unusually mixes two different single pot-still spirits, one smoky Mexican agave and the other characterful

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Joy Division

A 2:1 Dry Martini with a slug of triple sec and dashes of absinthe contributing zesty orange and subtle aniseed respectively.

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Londoner (Ward's recipe)

As a born and bred Londoner, I'm slightly miffed that a New Yorker has applied the name of our great city to a drink using French and Italian products,

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Oaxaca Old-Fashioned

An agave-based old-fashioned with a wonderful hit of smokiness from the mezcal. Like many cocktails, Philip's original recipe of 45 ml Reposado tequila,

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18th Century Cocktail

Tart and dry with the unmistakable funky twang of Batavia arrack.

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Elder Fashion

Boozy and cleansing with gin, floral elderflower with zesty citrus.

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Final Ward

The Last Word is classically made with gin, maraschino, Chartreuse and lime juice. In this twist, whiskey replaces the gin, and Mr Ward switches citrus