Grappa is made to go with espresso coffee and adds its distinctive flavour to this cocktail originally made with vodka.
Looks great and, with the citrus freshness of kumquat combined with the oily character of grappa, it also tastes great.
Aromatic grappa notes shine in this fabulously floral, appropriately pale sky blue cocktail.
A balanced and refreshingly cleansing chamomile grappa sour.
Omit the lemon garnish and instead float a few dashes of bitters and this tasty, aromatic cocktail is a ringer for a Pisco Sour.
As the name suggests, grappa and Strega predominate in this citrusy cocktail.
A delicious stirred down, grappa laced aperitif or summertime digestif.
A grappa-based Last Word by way of Denmark.
Aromatic, floral and surprisingly dry with pleasing grape fruitiness and botanical complexity.
Grappa nestles supportively alongside Chartreuse in this Last Word-like cocktail.
Based on the eponymous classic Italian dessert, this after-dinner cocktail blends coffee and chocolate with ice-cream, appropriately fortified with a splash
Floral and aromatic grappa shines in this citrusy fresh cocktail.
A frozen Grappa Canchanchara – delicious.
Grappa and grapefruit may be the backbone of this bittersweet aperitivo but floral amaro and camomile liqueur provide the top-line flavour.
Vodka-laced grape juice is delicious, in this cocktail with added layers of complexity thanks to judicious additions of characterful dry vermouth, Chartreuse,
An Italian influenced riff on the classic Aviation with fragrant grappa in place of the usual gin base and floral crème de violette very slightly dialled
Full-flavoured and bittersweet. I prefer this aperitivo-style cocktail with the dilution that comes with serving on-the-rocks.
A short, flavoursome, slightly sweet after-dinner grappa-laced cocktail.
The distinctive flavour of moscato grappa shines through in this milky drink, with amaretto adding rich almond notes and Galliano a touch of peppermint
Grappa adds its distinctive character to this cocktail that's fruity and summery without being sweet.
A grappa-based sour with faint elderflower.
Grappa replaces tequila and lemon liqueur triple sec in this Italian twist in the classic Margarita.
Aromatic green grapes, cream of soda vanilla and delicate ginger.
Long, fruity and juicy with aromatic grappa providing the backbone.
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