A Whisky Sour with honey richness, subtle smoke and enlivening ginger spice.
Fruity rum-laced cleansing citrus with delicate Christmassy spice.
A quality falernum adds complex clove-led flavours to a classic Trader Vic Mai Tai.
This vintage cocktail was recommended to us by Jason E. Clapham who aptly describes it as a Jamaican daiquiri with Christmas spices.
A ginger-influenced Aviation named after the fictional book Biggles in Borneo about WWII flying heroes Ginger, Algy, and Biggles. Originally inspired by
The idea was to make a riff on an Aviation (see Biggles Aviation) but ginger cries out for cognac so I also ended up with this ginger Sidecar.
Maraschino cherry aromas strike you first as you enjoy this cognac-laced, subtly chocolate and ginger after-dinner cocktail.
Ginger spice invigorates this long refreshing cocktail with a splash of genever adding to the Dutch influence.
An autumnal apple and delicately cinnamon-spiced sour.
Pimento dram adds a touch of Christmas spice to this cognac-laced apple and orange winter sipper.
A warming medium-dry Vodka Martini with enlivening ginger spice for a cold evening.
Just what it says on the tin - your everyday Cosmo but with extra vitality courtesy of a good whack of ginger spice.
As the name suggests, this is a tequila based version of the Moscow Mule - simple as that. And very tasty.
Best described as a Tommy's Margarita with added chilli spice and coriander/cilantro.
A cross between a bourbon-based Southside and a bourbon mule. Packs a gingery bourbon punch.
A rye sour enlivened with chili and cinnamon spice to warm the cockles.
Martini-like but with delicate liqueur richness. Lightly spicy and faintly nutty.
In Mexico the quality of the homemade Sangrita can make or break a bar. The Sangrita in this trio is spicy and slightly sweet.
A delicately spicy port influenced Daiquiri smoothed by egg white and aromatised by smoked rosemary. This spiced and port wine combo is perfect for a winter's
Whiskey and ginger with a fresh zing of lime.
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