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Alexander

This gin-laced creamy Alexander has sadly slipped from popularity, partly knocked by its successors, particularly the Brandy Alexander.

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Amaretto Sour (by Jeffrey Morgenthaler)

As the name suggests, this drink is dominated by amaretto, with lemon juice providing the sour balancing element and a slug of bourbon giving backbone.

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Americano

A bitter, fizzy, long refreshing drink, which you'll love if you like Campari.

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Aperol Spritz

Slightly sweet, herbal, refreshing and quaffable. The good folk at Aperol recommend equal parts prosecco and Aperol topped with a splash of soda. However,

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Army & Navy

Almond and lemon flavoured gin. Subtle, citrusy and (despite generous orgeat) dry.

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Aviation Cocktail (Difford's recipe)

Citrus, floral gin with a slightly sour finish. The recipe above has been my preferred recipe for some years. However, in early 2020, I decided that the

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Benton's Old Fashioned

Even vegetarians like bacon and everybody likes Old Fashioneds.

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Bernice

Best described as A vodka daiquiri with a hint of herbal peppermint courtesy of Galliano.

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Between the Sheets

Classic proportions to this drink are most often quoted as being: 1 rum, 1 cognac, 1 triple sec and 1/4 lemon juice but three shots of 40% alcohol and

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Blood and Sand (Difford's recipe)

The equal parts (scotch, cherry brandy, sweet vermouth and orange juice) formula from the 1930 The Savoy Cocktail Book is the accepted classic Blood &

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Bloody Mary (Modern Recipe)

The classic brunch cocktail.

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Blue Blazer

The showy way to make a simple hot whisky punch.

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Bobby Burns cocktail (Craddock's recipe)

Rich and slightly sweet, laced with spice liqueur - a good dram to enjoy alongside the ritualistic serving of haggis.

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Boulevardier Cocktail

Basically a Negroni with bourbon replacing gin. A combo which Negroni lovers should try.

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Bradford Martini

More approachable than a stirred Dry Martini and downright soft compared to a Naked Martini.

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Bramble

One of the best and most popular drinks to come out of the 1980s.

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Brandy Alexander

This after-dinner classic is rich, creamy and subtly chocolaty.

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Brandy Crusta

This old classic zings with fresh lemon and is beautifully balanced by the cognac base.

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Breakfast Martini

The success or failure of this tangy drink is partly reliant on the quality of marmalade used. For ease of use, choose fine cut or even no peel/shredless

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Bronx

A fairly dry, complex cocktail. Generous sweet vermouth and orange juice make the Bronx less bitter and fruitier than many of its era, but still challenging