Zesty, bittersweet and sweet 'n' sour, this Haystack will make you salivate – a tasty bittersweet & sour aperitif. John didn't specify a garnish and
Stirred, strong and boozy - Manhattan/Brooklyn-like. Rye whiskey-based with aromatised wine complexity and apricot brandy adding a touch of fruity sweetness.
Medium-dry, herbal, fruity, refreshing and delightfully different. Best served as an aperitivo.
As the name suggests this slightly sweet citrusy apricot cocktail is best enjoyed after a hearty meal.
Pisco, apricot and orange combine wonderfully in this medium dry, balanced cocktail with a tangy bite.
Rich apricot and apple with a backbone of botanical gin. Balanced rather than dry or sweet. This drink looks better when stirred but the Harry Craddock's
Just as it says on the tin. Rich tropical and orchard fruit, but not overly sweet with balancing lemon citrus acidity, orange bitters and underlying gin
Gin for strength, vermouth for dryness and liqueur to sweeten - an interesting combination.
Single pot still Irish whiskey gives this Commander backbone while verjus adds a stiff upper lip, but this Chief has heart and soul in the form of passion
This dry, amber coloured, fruity cocktail carries a pisco punch.
Gin laced, tangy, herbal, fruity and citrusy.
A rum-laced sherry sour with a balancing splash of rich apricot liqueur.
This richly flavoured, velvety cocktail is almost custardy in consistency but with a refreshing hint of lime.
Don Facundo did not know that the beginning of his work would become a legacy. The light, universal taste of Bacardí rum is known all over the world.
The classic rum and pineapple combo with a touch of rum funk and subdued apricot. Smashes are usually short drinks that include muddled mint. Strictly
An Irish whiskey-based, bittersweet aperitif cocktail that works equally well as a nightcap.
A fruity but sophisticated riff on the classic Daiquiri with fresh pineapple and apricot liqueur. It would appear the Hotel Nacional was originally made
Apricot and maple syrup dominate this medium sweet drink.
Sip though dry red tannins to reach the rich apricot and orange fruity bourbon sour beneath.
This gin-based cocktail elegantly highlights the quality of your apricot liqueur. Off-dry rather than sweet.
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