Crisp, light and refreshing. Delicately simple yet with perfectly balanced complexity of flavours. Grind white caster sugar in a mortar and pestle to
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
A gin-based Mojito served over cracked ice meets the classic Southside. The result is refreshing and easy drinking.
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
Light and refreshing. No one flavour predominates - sweet and sour are in harmony with the rum.
A Daiquiri No.1 with a tang of grapefruit and hint of maraschino. Essentially a Hemingway Special Daiquiri (Papa Doble Daiquiri for folk without the great
Zingy candied sherbet lemon with hints of botanical complexity and herbal bitters. This drink is better with the addition of dashes of aromatic bitters
Delicately smoky mezcal forms the backbone of this delicious bittersweet long refreshing drink.
A Daiquiri made with flavoursome honey in place of sugar, or a Bee's Knees with rum in place of gin. However you view this, it's damn tasty.
Dry and lightly fruity with complex herbal minerality, this is a superbly refreshing and complex long drink.
The pungent flavours of naval rum contribute to this tasty, fruity rum punch and will warm your cockles – m' hearties!
To quote our friends at Hawksmoor, where we discovered this delicious and indulgent cocktail, Our take on a drink that doesn't take itself too seriously
Irish whiskey shines in this brilliantly balanced easy-drinking cocktail that will appeal to a wide range of palates.
A tangy, balanced combination of rich flavours. The quality of pisco used is crucial to the success of a Pisco Punch.
Tangy, fruity and packed with flavour. Clove spice, fragrant floral pisco and elderflower with a hint of sweet pineapple and sour grapefruit.
A mojito topped with champagne instead of soda water. There's posh.
In Jamaica, the spiritual home of the Rum Punch, they like their rum overproof and many prefer this cocktail served over crushed ice to further dilute
Orange and rum with a hint of ginger spice. Long and thirst-quenching.
Slightly sweet, herbal, refreshing and quaffable. The good folk at Aperol recommend equal parts prosecco and Aperol topped with a splash of soda. However,
Apricot liqueur flavours and sweetens this tasty riff on a classic Bourbon Julep.
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