One of the best classic Scotch cocktails, the Blood & Sand is said to be the Scotch whisky-based cocktail that whisky haters will like. Some may find this
A great-looking creamy topped after-dinner cocktail.
Creamy tequila and chocolate this tequila based riff on the classic Brandy Alexander is deliciously indulgent.
Based on the classic Italian dessert of the same name, this after-dinner cocktail blends coffee and chocolate with ice-cream, appropriately fortified with
Apple, vanilla and a hint of Scotch and cinnamon- reminiscent of the dessert but a good deal drier.
Perhaps better named a Sour Banoffee Daiquiri – what's not to like?
A banana flavoured after-dinner sipper of cocktail with coconut water subtly flavouring and smoothing cognac.
This after-dinner classic is rich, creamy and subtly chocolaty.
Deliciously creamy pineapple and coconut enlivened by champagne with rum notes shining through. Variables such as the coconut sorbet used, the pineapple
Rich thick and creamy egg yolk freshened with dry sherry, zesty lime cordial and invigorated with champagne.
Easy drinking, neither sweet or sour, this cocktail with its subtle coffee notes suits breakfast, teatime or aperitivo but was originally created as a
Long, creamy and filling banana drink with a 'dirty' flavour and colour courtesy of coffee liqueur. The riper the banana used in this cocktail the better.
Just three ingredients – rum-laced coffee liqueur topped by a velvety layer of indulgent chilled cream. Basically, a rum-based White Russian but that
Chocolate cocktail with extra interest thanks to vanilla and cardamom.
Absinthe sits majestically with cream and chocolate in this indulgent after-dinner cocktail.
Made with a full-bodied and flavoursome base spirit or fortified wine, this is a tasty cocktail. Those perhaps put off by a whole raw egg per drink should
Indulgent minty creamy chocolate laced with cognac. What's not to like?
Minty fresh Scotch whisky with herbal complexity courtesy of Fernet Branca.
Amaretto and passion fruit dominate this bittersweet sour.
This Margarita does indeed have a sherbet flavour with a lemony citrus bite.
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