I love Daiquiris and this is basically a classic Daiquiri with a few bells and whistles: orange curaçao, lime juice, almond syrup, amaretto, falernum,
A quality falernum adds complex clove-led flavours to a classic Trader Vic Mai Tai.
A subtly almond influenced brandy sour served straight-up and set apart by its namesake 'Thin Pink Line' of Peychaud's bitters which floats on top of the
There's a load of orgeat (almond syrup) in this Daiquiri-style cocktail but it's only just on the sweet side of balanced with that almond richness contributing
Named after the capital city of Trinidad, the home of Angostura Bitters, and fittingly this cocktail calls for a monster half an ounce of bitters. Despite
No relation to the modern Cosmopolitan, this is a mellow, balanced blend of citrus, brandy and red wine.
Almond and lemon flavoured gin. Subtle, citrus and, despite generous orgeat, fairly dry.
A standard Daiquiri turned premium and given a touch of Tiki with added notes of almond and pineapple.
Don't be fooled by this seemingly innocuous orange-yellow long, fruity cocktail. It packs a serious punch with sweet almond notes masking its rum, gin
Lightly sweetened and diluted cognac flavoured with almond and a hint of spice.
We love Daiquiris and this is basically a classic Daiquiri with a few bells and whistles.
Slightly sweet and strong. According to Vic, One sip and you may see a Menehune.
Fruity, sweetened bourbon. What's not to like.
Dry sherry, chocolate and almond add subtle nuances to a base of cachaça and apple juice.
This drink breaks the golden rule - simple is beautiful. However, it's tasty and packs a punch.
Balanced sweet and sour with bourbon to the fore. Some, including my hero David Embury, stipulate making this cocktail with a straight rye whiskey. However,
A classic Daiquiri benefiting from the influence of maraschino, almond and absinthe.
A well-balanced, almond-influenced Daiquiri.
Almond, cognac and raspberry harmoniously sit together to flavour this sour-style cocktail.
Adapted from a recipe created in 2015 by Lucy Horncastle at Nola Bar, London, England.
Our thanks to Brent Evans for pointing us towards this tasty cocktail which he describes as Scotch whisky blended with fresh oranges, lemons and a whisper
Fresh dill nestles with rich almond, balanced by a touch of zesty citrus, aromatised by fino sherry with rum playing a fortifying role.
Whoever created this bittersweet drink is clearly in league with Beelzebub himself – it's devilishly good. With rich bourbon, a hint of smoky mezcal,
Aniseed, sweet almond and delicate spice subtly influence this tasty Daiquiri.
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