Mezcal provides the firepower, tamed by sweet vermouth and rich herbal liqueur. A great late-night sipper.
Well-aged rum mellowed and sweetened by maple syrup. A spirit-forward sipper that's rich and easy.
Smoky almond and delicate coconut combine in this elegant after-dinner sipper.
Lighter in colour and more mellow in flavour than a classic Negroni with sloe gin adding richness and subtle berry flavours.
A mere four drops of Abbotts Bitters play a crucial role in this delicately sweetened and complex vodka-based cocktail.
Rich honey balances zesty lime in this flavoursome gin and apple sour.
It's bitter Giuseppe, best you enjoy this as an aperitivo.
A Caribbean inspired riff on the classic Sazerac cocktail
A cleansing, delicately minty, bittersweet and very complex after-dinner digestivo.
A cocktail that requires starting preparation at least a day before you want to drink it, but with its velvety texture and delicate citrus flavour, it's
Dry and boozy, this delicious late-night sipper unusually mixes two different single pot-still spirits, one smoky Mexican agave and the other characterful
Omit the lemon garnish and instead float a few dashes of bitters and this tasty, aromatic cocktail is a ringer for a Pisco Sour.
Genepi and celery add herbal and vegetal flavours (in place of triple sec) to this Margarita riff.
Boozy and complex with delicate fruit, spice and bitterness. A very agreeable late-night tipple.
Liquorice, chocolate, black tea and citrus. Equally as good enjoyed as an aperitif or digestive.
Dry and yet smooth and refined as Old-Fashioneds go.
Chocolate and raisin flavours with delicate herbal spice add complexity to this Rum Negroni.
Sip though dry red tannins to reach the rich apricot and orange fruity bourbon sour beneath.
Bittersweet, herbal and subtly nutty with delicate notes of smoky whisky. A tasty late-night sipper.
Zesty orange, liquorice and honey combine with bourbon in this delicious riff on a classic Old Fashioned.
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