Named in homage to the laudable quest for a clean aviation fuel, this is a classic Aviation (usually based on gin) but made with vodka and given a touch
A standard Daiquiri turned premium and given a touch of Tiki with added notes of almond and pineapple.
This drink combines the fever quenching G&T with medicinal lavender and flavoursome mezcal from the Mexican territories where us Brits are susceptible
A Pineapple Daiquiri with an added something – a touch of flavoursome ash aged maraschino liqueur. When garnishing the pineapple may be optional but
Lightly sweetened and diluted cognac flavoured with almond and a hint of spice.
Strega replaces Chartreuse in this learned American in Italy take on a classic Last Word.
The medium-dry version of the classic Manhattan cocktail.
Despite the no missus Frankie Howerd-like, English seaside postcard humour name, this is a very tasteful cocktail – pear and cognac is a delicious flavour
A great way to inflict mutually assured destruction, although there will be fallout the morning after.
Softy bittersweet aperitif with zesty bergamot.
Zest lime and dry vermouth balance the rich herbal and saffron notes of Bénédictine liqueur.
Vanilla notes in the cognac sit beautifully with the pineapple juice while the acidity of the wine balances rich fruity sweetness.
A potent (pleasingly so) late-night sipping cocktail that's rendered less volatile by serving on-the-rocks.
Apple is somewhat dominated by orange but a pleasing dry zesty fruity combo nonetheless.
A vodka-based alternative to a Sweet Manhattan. Complex herbal vermouth notes fortified with vodka given a hint of extra complexity by a splash of dark
High proof pot still rum funk, along with a decent quality apricot brandy and sloe gin is key to the success of this full-flavoured red cocktail.
Spirituous and bittersweet. Rich zesty orange with underlying maltiness and bittersweet herbal notes.
Depending on your coffee liqueur, this can be a tad on the dry side so I've added a splash of sugar. Hence, according to your own tastes, you may want
This striking, very floral, pale aquamarine-yellow riff on the Corpse Reviver No.2 (with crème de violette replacing Lillet Blanc) is not so far removed
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