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Named after the capital city of Trinidad, the home of Angostura Bitters, and fittingly this cocktail calls for a monster half an ounce of bitters. Despite
Two-parts cognac to one-part aromatised wine with the faintest note of rich aromatic rose. A late-night libation.
Lime and minty freshness with gin's botanical complexity along with subtle but assertive anise notes. Appropriately, the finished drink has an almost pearl-like
A mere spoon of blanche absinthe washes over ten times as much Old Tom gin in this complex sour which is delicately balanced by a splash of raspberry syrup.
Last Word-like with egg-white smoothing the way for a noticeable slug of absinthe.
Malty notes from the genever shine in this complex and lightly sour cocktail.
Just as advertised on the tin, this is a bittersweet and sour straight-up Negroni. Pucker up, it's a tasty aperitivo.
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