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Santa Marta Daiquiri

A float of Kirsch eau-de-vie adds wonderfully fruity aromatics to an otherwise classic Natural Daiquiri.

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Dutch Artist's Special

Bready genever is aromatised with sherry and kirsch while red currant syrup provides the main flavour with its richness balanced by lemon juice.

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Ernst Happel

Gin-laced, tangy, herbal, fruity and citrusy.

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Rich blackcurrant fruit balanced by dry vermouth and the flavoursome spirituous notes of gin and kirschwasser. Don't be tempted to stir this cocktail,

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High Noon

A Sweet Manhattan with delicately spiced cherry.

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Sweet and sour with fruity, herbal notes.

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Mr Kappes

Kirschwasser, aromatised wine and sherry sit together harmoniously. I amended, to reduce the volume of serve and make a tad drier in January 2022. The

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Nineteen Twenty Cocktail

Bite-sized and delicately flavoured – the combination of redcurrant syrup and kirsch is almost rose water-like, diluted by dry vermouth with a splash

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Ostend Fizz Royale

As Jason, the reader who created this sent us this recipe says, A champagne charged riff on the classic Ostend Fizz this is a good alternative to a Kir

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Perfectly Straight Blood & Sand

I'm usually a maximum of five ingredients in a cocktail kind-a-guy but this Blood & Sand riff with seven ingredients is balanced and tasty. If I were in

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Rose (by Johnny Milta)

Salmon-pink and wonderfully aromatic with dry vermouth and kirsch with a blast pf fruity redcurrant syrup.

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Rose (French style) No. 2

I've reduced the proportions of this cocktail by one-third as I believe, where such richly flavoured spirituous cocktails are concerned, less is more.

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Rose No.3

Delicate, aromatic berry and orchard fruit - not too sweet.

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Swiss Watch

As Peter Konkoly, this cocktail's creator says, it is reminiscent of a Last Word. However, we prefer this tasty drink served on-the-rocks as an aperitif

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1920s Artist

Despite its soft salmon pink hue this cocktail is boozy with Irish whiskey and sherry to the fore. Oloroso sherry and dry vermouth balance each other harmoniously

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Black Forest Gateau

Dessert by name and dessert by nature: naughty but nice.

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Black Jack Cocktail

More burgundy than black but dark fruits of the forest dominate this medium dry cocktail.

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Blackthorn (Kirschwasser)

This drink benefits from a long, chilling and diluting stir. The result is Martini in style, fruity yet dry.

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The same recipe made using white crème de cacao makes a tasty cocktail, but not one that befits the name.

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Carriaggi Cocktail

The holy trinity - three equal parts: kirschwasser, Strega liqueur and fresh orange juice. The result is surprisingly spirit-forward, fruity and refreshing.