Dry, sour, delicately smoky and delicious.
Jason Clapham, the creator of this tasty aperitivo, considers the Chorus Girl A far more decadent drink than its prehistoric ancestor, the Martinez. I
Créole shrubb replaces orange curaçao in this riff on the classic, equal parts, Olympic cocktail which was named after the RMS Olympic, an Olympic-class
White tea stirred with new make spirit and passion fruit liqueur. The result is almost floral with tea tannins and underlying spirituous funk.
A powerful and beautifully balanced split spirit sour.
Dry, very aromatic and bordering on bitter. Interesting but not to everybody's taste. The lemon zest twist makes this cocktail.
Just as the name suggests, only classically an Aviation should include crème de violette so if you feel this is lacking then consider adding 2.5ml (¼
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