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Barney Barnato Cocktail image

Barney Barnato Cocktail

Dry, with bittersweet undertones, and aromatic. We've tried this recipe with modern-day Caperitif but prefer the above blend of two aperitif wines in its

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Daiquiri (straight-up)

Crisp, light and refreshing. Delicately simple yet with perfectly balanced complexity of flavours. Grind white caster sugar in a mortar and pestle to

Daiquiri No.1 (6:2:1 recipe) image

Daiquiri No.1 (6:2:1 recipe)

This 6:2:1 (6 parts rum, 2 parts lime and 1 part sugar) Daiquiri recipe emerged after an afternoon's Daiquiri experimentation with five of the UK's most

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Damn It Jimmy

Delicately flavoured and ever so very slightly sweet. Made with Bacardi Carta Blanca (as it originally was) this delicate cocktail has complex notes of

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Iron Negroni

Black in colour and with a flavour that's recognisably part of the Negroni family but with a flat Coke-like smoothness that makes a classic Negroni taste

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Left Bank Martini

An aromatic, dry blend. Modern bartending convention would suggest that this drink should be stirred. However, it's much better shaken. Go easy with the

Margarita on-the-rocks (Difford's recipe) image

Margarita on-the-rocks (Difford's recipe)

This is how we prefer our margaritas to be served. Tangy citrus and tequila with a hint of balancing sweetness and a faint salty undertone. We also prefer

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Mezcal Margarita

A smokin' Margarita. Depending on your palate, you many want to vary the amount of agave syrup – from 2.5ml or even no agave syrup for dry palates to

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Negroni Cocktail

Bitter and dry, but very tasty. This no namby-pamby drink is traditionally assembled and mixed directly in the glass. There is something about a Negroni

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One Sip Martini

One sip is never enough of a really good thing – see our Three Gulps Martini.

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Poet's Dream

Subtly boozy, honeyed and herbal.

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The Dante

Citrusy fresh and herbaceous, particularly caraway from the Kummel, with tequila providing the backbone.

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Triple Daiquiri

Cachaça (not slickly speaking a rum) adds distinctive grassy notes to this three 'rum' Daiquiri. Try swapping out the cachaça for rhum agricole and indeed

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Aged Honey Daiquiri

Rich flavoursome honey replaces sugar syrup in this delicious Daiquiri. The fuller the honey, perhaps the bigger the rum.

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Air Mail

Lightly or well-aged rum invigorating with dry champagne, freshened by a touch of lime and balanced by honeyed richness. Described by some as being a

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Alpine Negroni

A beautifully balanced and complex riff on the White Negroni.

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Arte de Volar

Tequila replaces gin in this riff on an Aviation cocktail – 'Arte de Volar' is Spanish for 'Art of Flying'. As with the original gin-based classic, notes

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Canchànchara

Your choice of honey and indeed rum will greatly affect the flavour, and indeed the success of the finished cocktail. More flavoursome honey demands a

Daiquiri (on-the-rocks) image

Daiquiri (on-the-rocks)

Light and refreshing. No one flavour predominates - sweet and sour are in harmony with the rum.

Daiquiri No.1 Natural (Embury's 8:2:1 formula) image

Daiquiri No.1 Natural (Embury's 8:2:1 formula)

Traditionally a Daiquiri should always be based on light rum but if I should feel like breaking with tradition and using aged rum, I find Embury's 8:2:1