This Tiki classic looks a little like frozen stagnant pond water but tastes minty fresh and rather good.
Concentrated lightly herbal apple with subtle zesty citrus. Quick to make and stupidly simple yet delicious.
Don't be fooled by this seemingly innocuous orange-yellow long, fruity cocktail. It packs a serious punch with sweet almond notes masking its rum, gin
Rum-laced fruit, as with most Trader Vic classics, balanced rather than sweet.
We love Daiquiris and this is basically a classic Daiquiri with a few bells and whistles.
As Victor says of this gin based Julep, This is a hell of a drink.
Made well this is a long, fruity, brilliant frozen Daquiri.
Originally sweetened with sugar syrup, this is better smoothed with honey.
Slightly sweet and strong. According to Vic, One sip and you may see a Menehune.
Margarita-style and lengthened with cranberry juice. Surprisingly tasty. The recipe above is pleasingly simple but you may find the following better fits
An Aviation mellowed by egg white and cream.
Fruity, sweetened bourbon. What's not to like.
Basically a lemon honey Daiquiri or a lemon Canchànchara - very tasty it is too.
Orangey in both colour and flavour with genever adding a pleasant bready backbone. Perhaps serve with marmalade on toast for breakfast.
Gin with a sweetening touch of peach, orange and pomegranate.
Delicate, floral and aromatic. A hint of sweetness but not so as to offend.
Honeyed, spiced cognac with a touch of citrus. But is it fit for a Prince?
Faint sweetness balances a spirituous bite in this delicately fruity rose-red bite-sized cocktail.
Like much of the Caribbean, this drink has French influences. Thank goodness for Admiral Rodney.
The tequila, rich red berry fruit, lime and ginger aren't exactly a subtle combination but it is one that has proved both popular and enduring.
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