The honeyed botanical notes of Bénédictine combine brilliantly with añejo tequila to amplify pleasing earthy notes in the agave. A brilliantly simple
After the Whisky Sour, this is the most requested sour. Try it and you'll see why - but don't omit the egg white.
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
If you like Manhattans you should try this calvados-based delicately herbal variation served on-the-rocks.
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
With the peaty whisky, the energy drink takes on an almost smoked white grape flavour.
The very apt name translates as 'bittersweet'.
Scotch diluted and delicately sweetened with added almond notes - simple but tasty. Proportions range from equal parts (45ml scotch to 45ml amaretto) to
This lighter styled Negroni has some bitterness but lacks the gin punch and character of the original Negroni.
Just as billed, a bitter version of the contemporary classic Bramble.
Crème de Noyaux's fruity almond-like notes combine with brandy in this late-night sipper.
A smoky bourbon Sazerac sweetened with crème de noyaux and served on-the-rocks.
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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