A Whisky Sour with honey richness, subtle smoke and enlivening ginger 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.
Fruit,y rum-laced, cleansing citrus with delicate Christmassy spice.
A classic Negroni turned festive with added Christmassy flavours. A proper Christmas cracker!
Rich and slightly sweet but dried and balanced by herbal bitterness, perhaps the ultimate digestivo.
Allspiced pineapple fruit with delicate caramel-like agave richness and grape fresh pisco spirituous spice.
Vanilla and spice from the rum interact with the orange liqueur in this citrusy sour cocktail.
Just what it says on the tin - your everyday Cosmopolitan but with extra vitality courtesy of a good whack of ginger spice.
Ginger liqueur replaces orange liqueur in this lightly spicy margarita.
As the name suggests, this is a tequila-based version of the Moscow Mule - simple as that. And very tasty.
A wonderful meld of aromatic ingredients.
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.
Claret-cum-mulled wine, but hold out for the warming ginger finish.
Estery rum with zesty lime and sweet clove spice. A Tiki-style drink for a full-on sunny afternoon or to lift a dull winter's day.
A genever-based Penicillin, combining malty gin and honey with subtle ginger warmth and plenty of Scottish island peaty character.
Cognac and cask-aged dry vermouth form the base of this refined cocktail with complex ginger, pink grapefruit, and chocolate notes.
Tangy lemon and cognac with sweet herbal and ginger notes. An interesting riff on The Last Word.
Maraschino cherry aromas strike you first as you enjoy this cognac-laced, subtly chocolate and ginger after-dinner cocktail.
A cross between a bourbon-based Southside and a bourbon mule. Packs a gingery bourbon punch.
Given the name, don't expect a sweet 'fruity' cocktail, instead, this is dry, spicy and complex with zesty citrus over an appley spirituous base with enlivening
Ginger spice invigorates this long refreshing cocktail with a splash of genever adding to the Dutch influence.
Best described as a Tommy's Margarita with added chilli spice and coriander/cilantro.
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