Zingy candied sherbet lemon with hints of botanical complexity and herbal bitters. This drink is better with the addition of dashes of aromatic bitters
Three ingredients combine brilliantly in this deliciously simple cocktail.
With vitamin loaded tomato and lemon juices, this sugar-free, low-calorie Mary is almost a healthy option. Be sure to use a tomato juice with no added
Light and delicate, and not overly citrusy so allowing the rum to shine. And it's sugar-free! At least it is if you choose your rum carefully.
Slightly thinner in mouthfeel than a regular sugar loaded Espresso Martini but equally as tasty.
Fresh lime juice replaces cordial in this vitamin C loaded, almost healthy gin laced sugar-free version of a classic Gimlet.
Herbal and refreshing. Basil, gin and lemon sit harmoniously, balanced by sugar-free sweetener.
Light and refreshing with lemon freshening gin while a splash of sugar-free sweetener provides balance.
* BEWARE: Although free of cane sugar and beet sugar, this cocktail contains small amounts of fructose sugars from the agave nectar used in the Agave Sec
Bourbon with minty freshness served ice cold with the hint of sweetness amplifying flavours provided by sweetener rather than sugar. This drink is better
Adapted from the classic serve by yours truly (Simon Difford) in January 2019. For more recipes, its origins and history, see the Mojito Cocktail.
The splash of Claret wine makes this cocktail – both in terms of flavour and visually. Adding the aromatic bitters will help the flavour but also adds
A Sazerac just isn't a Sazerac without dashes of bitters but beware: Peychaud's contains low amounts of caramel and Angostura Aromatic bitters contain
If opting to make this Tom Collins with an Old Tom gin (as it should be), beware which brand you choose as many Old Tom gins contain sugar.
As with most sours, adding a couple of dashes aromatic bitters greatly contributes to the cocktail's flavour but this also adds trace amounts of sugar.
This Whiskey Sour isn't very sour and those wanting a drier drink should consider reducing the sweetener to nearer 15ml (1/2oz). Adding a couple of dashes
Forget those Caipirinhas blighted by crunchy undissolved sugar crystals, this version is sugar-free.
* BEWARE: Although free of cane sugar and beet sugar, this cocktail contains small amounts of fructose sugars from the agave nectar used in the Agave
Despite being made with a dash of sweetener rather than sugar, or even Demerara sugar, this is a very palatable Old Fashioned and many will not be able
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