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Brandy Sangaree

Port and Brandy (AKA Randy) are a match made in heaven, here subtly enriched with a touch of sugar.

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London Calling

A gin-based sour with fino sherry adding distinctive, almost salty, notes. Orange bitters and a grapefruit zest twist contribute to this cocktail's delicate

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Bad Name

Sweet Manhattan-like in style with chamomile liqueur adding its distinctive floral flavour and honeyed sweetness.

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Bon Vivant's Martini

Ideally, this Martini should be accompanied by a cigar which compliments the tobacco liqueur.

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Crystal Clear

Subtly citrusy and piney with delicate caraway. Clearly refined.

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Fantasticus

Delicious bergamot zesty freshness with subtle underlying rum. Great as an after-dinner freshening digestivo.

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Five Keys

A bourbon-laced, spirit-forward after-dinner digestive.

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Mean Fiddler

A riff on a classic Tipperary with Islay single malt and Italian red bitter liqueur adding complexity.

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Once Upon A Time

A short and lightly bitter aperitif-style cocktail with an attractive golden, almost sunny appearance.

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Persepolis

With its strong rose flavour, the Persepolis is somewhat reminiscent of a Turkish Delight so is very appropriately garnished.

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Purgatory

Too many and you're in it.

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Silver Bullet

If you like Aviations then this caraway influenced sour may appeal. It's powerfully flavoured so also consider serving in an old-fashioned over ice to

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Tootsie Roll

A Maple Rum Old Fashioned served straight-up with chocolate bitters. And it does indeed taste reminiscent of Tootsie Roll chews.

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Vermouth Cocktail

Well-balanced bitter-sweetness dominated by vermouth (hence the name) with faint maraschino but perhaps the most important ingredient is the most hidden,

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William Wallace

Take a Rob Roy and switch some of the sweet vermouth for rich flavoursome PX sherry, add a dash or three of orange bitters and you've a William Wallace.

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Bonnie Prince Charles

Honeyed, spiced cognac with a touch of citrus. But is it fit for a Prince?

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Calvados Mon Amour

Apple brandy, pineapple and orange with a hint of cinnamon and a blast of berry fruit. Sounds sweet and fruity but this cocktail is spirituous and complex.

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Dairy Milk Chocolate

Perhaps serve with a shot glass of champagne on the side so this cocktail literally contains a glass and a half. The picture of the glass and a half of

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Drink Without A Name

To say this nameless cocktail is spirit-led is an understatement but, as with a Martini, achieve a sufficiently cold serving temperature and you'll enjoy

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Highland Fling

This two-parts scotch to one-part sweet vermouth may be old-school but it remains tasty and the scotch whisky counterpart to a Gin & It.