Likened to a Vodka & Red Bull for the discerning, the caffeine-loaded Espresso Martini consists of generous shots of vodka and espresso with coffee liqueur.
In Poland, Bison Grass vodka and apple juice are a classic combo, here also with an additional splash of Polish honey liqueur. Adjust the quantity of
A short variation on the classic Julep: lightly sweetened bourbon and mint.
Well-balanced, complex and refreshing.
One of the best and most popular drinks to come out of the 1980s.
Lightly sweetened gin shaken with fresh aromatic mint.
Richly flavoured, almost like molasses.
As Dick Bradsell once said to me, It may make you wobble, but it won't make you fall down. Dick named this cocktail after the 1970s' Weebles children's
Absinthe sits majestically with cream and chocolate in this indulgent after-dinner cocktail.
Funky rum interlaced with peach, pineapple, lime, and pomegranate fruit. A monster but balanced.
Vodka and coffee combine in this tasty wake-up call.
This powerful, straw yellow cocktail offers a myriad of flavours. Benefitting from the dilution of a long stir and/or the addition of a dash of water.
Orange undertones add citrus depth to the lemon explosion.
Light pink in colour and subtle in flavour.
A fruity sweet 'n' sour cocktail to challenge dishwashers across the land.
A real wake-up call and the drink that led to many Espresso Martinis.
Cranberry, apple and elderflower fortified with vodka.
A light, fruity, easy drinking cocktail.
Not as popular as the Russian Spring Punch but still a modern day London classic.
Rich raspberry flavour laced with gin.
Moreish combination of coffee and raspberries topped with cream.
So named due to this drink being flavoured with absinthe, apple and almond.
A well-balanced Absinthe Sour served straight-up.
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