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Slightly smoky with incredible depth of flavour. A perfectly balanced delight.
The success or failure of this tangy drink is partly reliant on the quality of marmalade used. For ease of use, choose fine cut or even no peel/shredless
Basically, a bitter orange and clove daiquiri. We found this recipe really sung when we added a splash of water for some extra dilution and half a bar
Tangy citrus fruit and cognac smoothed with a hint of vanilla.
The British Breakfast Martini comes to Manhattan.
A Margarita with extra zesty orange tang courtesy of a spoon of bitter orange marmalade.
The addition of bitter liqueur and aromatic bitters to the classic 1930 recipe from The Savoy Cocktail Book, lifts the Marmalade Cocktail to a new level
A golden kumquat-flavoured sour with bittersweet orange marmalade.
Recipe supplied by Patrón, who say, “Citrus and spice shines bright in the Mediterranean Margarita, made for the sights and sounds of Spain. From Yanaida
Sweet and sour with citrus tartness and faint absinthe anise.
Tangy orange marmalade with gin and pisco rounded with bianco vermouth.
Lightly bitter, chocolate and coffee with zesty orange. Perfect as an aperitivo.
Wheaty bourbon with wheat beer and marmaladey citrus notes - they all go hand in hand and so work harmoniously in this unusual long drink.
Orange marmalade both justifies the 'breakfast' prefix and adds complexity to this gimlet.
Created by Nico Colic from Hotel Rivington & Sons, Zurich, Switzerland for the 2016 Cherry Heering Classic Challenge.
A rum and marmalade Negroni-like drink.
SHAKE all ingredients with ice and STRAIN into glass.
An explosion of refreshing sweet and sour zesty lemon with a touch of herbal complexity.
Harry wrote of his own drink, By its bitter-sweet taste this cocktail is especially suited to be a luncheon aperitif.
A fruity but dry aperitif drink served 'up' but with a splash of prosecco sparkle.
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