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Pippin No. 2

Like the Pippin No. 1, don't let modern bartending convention misguide you into stirring this delightful bittersweet aperitivo, please shake it to wake

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Queen's Jubilee Martini

Classically a three-equal parts Perfect Martini is called the Queen. My Jubilee rendition of a Queen Martini uses Dubonnet Red (said to be one of the Queen's

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Arnaud's Special

Chocolatey notes emerge from this Rob Roy-like cocktail.

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Demosthenes Club

Two-parts cognac to one-part aromatised wine with the faintest note of rich aromatic rose. A late-night libation.

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Ante

Medium-dry, spiritous aromatised apple with delicate grape/berry fruit and faint orange.

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Kiss

Gin-forward with a kiss of aromatised wine and maraschino. For a more delicate Kiss, cut the gin back to 45ml or even 30ml and add one or two dashes respectively

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St. George's Negroni

Port and aromatised wine add red berry fruit flavours to this riff on a Negroni.

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Zegroni

Vinous bittersweet vanilla massaged oak rum.

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Rosina

Fruity yet dry, almost earthy, with a delicate smokiness.

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Queen Mother

Pot still Jamaican rum adds delicate but distinctive funky notes to this lightly sweet fruity gin-laced cocktail.

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Crazy Crossing

Bittersweet with herbal botanical complexity.

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Home On The Range

Boozy and complex with delicate fruit, spice and bitterness. A very agreeable late-night tipple.

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Amalienborg

Tastes boozy but this aperitivo/digestivo is relatively light in alcohol.

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Pippin No. 1

A delicious bittersweet aperitivo. Don't be tempted to stir, shake it to wake it, and add dilution and an attractively foamy head.

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Don't Give Up The Ship

Fernet's assertive herbal notes brilliantly interlace this Sweet Orange Martini.

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Boadas

I don't know Boadas's recipe for their signature cocktail, and to be honest I'm too polite to ask. And if they told me, I don't think I'd share it as it

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Redcoat

Rich and voluptuous with cognac-laced cherry and vinous complexity.

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Salome

Equal parts gin, aromatised wine and vermouth combine harmoniously in this pleasant, clean sippin' stirred down aperitivo.

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Coronation Cocktail (Jacques Straub's)

One-part gin to two-part aromatised wines produces an approachable vinous alternative to a Dry Martini.

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Six Cylinder

A bittersweet aperitivo or digestivo with pleasing subtle rich cherry notes.

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Le Commer├žant (The Merchant)

A balance between citrus and berry sweetness forms the heart of this cognac-based cocktail.

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Miracle Worker

Dry and spiritous but rounded and mellowed by subtle red grape and maraschino cherry fruitiness. Best enjoyed as a late-night sipper.

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Derniere Minute (Last Minute)

Cognac stirred with rich herbal and heather honey Drambuie, along with aromatised wine. Aromatic bitters add complexity depth.

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La Garde de Nuit (The Night's Watch)

Cognac with red berry and red wine notes with faint honeycomb.

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