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A float of Kirsch eau-de-vie adds wonderfully fruity aromatics to an otherwise classic Natural Daiquiri.
Fruity rum-laced cleansing citrus with delicate Christmassy spice.
Lighter in colour and more mellow in flavour than a classic Negroni with sloe gin adding richness and subtle berry flavours.
This vintage cocktail was recommended to us by Jason E. Clapham who aptly describes it as a Jamaican daiquiri with Christmas spices.
Creamy but not sweet with tequila character shining through. (Añogo is Spanish for 'yearn'.)
A G&T with artistic flourishes adding delicate elderflower floral and berry notes.
Reminiscent of a cognac-based Negroni served straight-up.
Rich thick and creamy egg yolk freshened with dry sherry, zesty lime cordial and invigorated with champagne.
As the name suggests, an orange and chocolate flavoured Vodka Espresso.
Genever provides the yuletide spirit base, sweetened and flavoured by cherry liqueur, with Chinato drying and adding wine notes while gin adds freshness
Just as the name suggests, a Cosmo with a hint of mellow warming spice.
The Cosmopolitan meets the Margarita in this gloriously pink cocktail.
Combining advocaat, gin and fino sherry, this is the ultimate stereotypical English granny's Christmas cocktail.
This particular Expense Account has a distinctly festive flavour with notes of sweet cinnamon (not an ingredient) and is best described as being an expensive
Gin-laced zesty citrus with subtle freshening mint with aromatic bitters adding depth of flavour and complexity.
Pimento dram adds a touch of Christmas spice to this cognac-laced apple and orange winter sipper.
A smooth creamy orangey dessert cocktail that is surprisingly boozy and far from overly sweet. However, be warned, it is thick and rich - just as a dessert
Port and brandy (rhymes 'Randy') are traditionally consumed at Christmas and used to be a popular British pub combo. I've used maple syrup in place of
Bittersweet and spicy with underlying warming apple spirit. Originally designed to be served straight-up in a Nick & Nora glass, we think it's better suited
The rich wintery flavours of sloe gin and honey are balanced by lemon juice with clove providing seasonal spice and rosé champagne lifting and refreshing
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