A riff on a Dry Manhattan given extra depth by the addition of dessert wine and whiskey bitters.
When you get to the end of the beer the shot glass lifts and the whiskey is released as a chaser. We should point out, that in these days of discernment,
In Mexico the quality of the homemade Sangrita can make or break a bar. This recipe is spicy and slightly sweet and perfect for chasing tequila.
Verde is Spanish for green and Verdita is best described as being a green herbal Sangrita with pineapple adding a hint of tropical fruit and sweetness.
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In Mexico the quality of the homemade Sangrita can make or break a bar. The Sangrita in this trio is spicy and slightly sweet.
Custardy, strangely enough.
Damson and amaretto sharpened by lemon juice.
A surprisingly palatable and balanced shot.
A bite-sized vodka take on the Margarita.
Nutty sweetness sharpened with lemon.
A great liquorice and coffee drink to sip or shoot.
Irish cream liqueur adds a creamy mocha note to this riff on a Vodka Espresso.
Moreish combination of coffee and raspberries topped with cream.
Far from sophisticated but appropriately named.
Essentially a gin and tonic bomb. To quote a Portobello Star regular, “the thinking man’s Jager Bomb”.
Surprisingly tasty with a potent agave reminder of what you've just knocked back.
Looks like mouthwash but tastes like liquid After Eight chocolates. Dessert and after dinner minty drink in one.
A slightly sweet shot that's relatively light in alcohol with a tangy fruity flavour.
Coffee and orange spiked with tequila.
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