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Monte Carlos

The honeyed botanical notes of Bénédictine combine brilliantly with añejo tequila to amplify pleasing earthy notes in the agave. A brilliantly simple

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Brandy Sour

After the Whisky Sour, this is the most requested sour. Try it and you'll see why - but don't omit the egg white.

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Right Hand

This rum-based Negroni may make you wonder why you've been drinking gin Negronis all these years. The Right Hand is usually served straight-up in a coupe

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Orchard View

If you like Manhattans you should try this calvados-based delicately herbal variation served on-the-rocks.

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Mad MacPeat

Peated whisky sits brilliantly with the floral elderflower notes in this late-night sipper. Absinthe plays an important role and I like with as much four

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Winged Hussar

With the peaty whisky, the energy drink takes on an almost smoked white grape flavour.

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The very apt name translates as 'bittersweet'.

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Godfather Cocktail

Scotch diluted and delicately sweetened with added almond notes - simple but tasty. Proportions range from equal parts (45ml scotch to 45ml amaretto) to

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Negroni Sbagliato

This lighter styled Negroni has some bitterness but lacks the gin punch and character of the original Negroni.

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Bitter Bramble

Just as billed, a bitter version of the contemporary classic Bramble.

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Crème de Noyaux's fruity almond-like notes combine with brandy in this late-night sipper.

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A smoky bourbon Sazerac sweetened with crème de noyaux and served on-the-rocks.

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Dutch Highlander

As Jason, the originator of this cocktail, says, A scotch with some backbone, such as Johnnie Walker Black, is required to stand up to the arrack. That

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