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Beer on-the-rocks

I love a good beer and I love Byrrh (also pronounced 'beer') – a marriage made in Bermondsey. Best served as an apéritif cocktail.

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A refreshing apéritif with a mouth-salivating bitterness. Makes a Spritz seem bland.

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Hi Falutin

Forceful and Manhattan-like in style but with sweet delicate influences from France and Sweden.

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Special Brew Martini

Hopefully, it's 'Special'! 'Brew' refers to both the use of Byrrh (pronounced beer) and sake (which is brewed). To be a true 'Martini' a cocktail should

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Bitches' Brew cocktail

Beer has never tasted so complex - sweet aperitif, dry hoppy IPA beer, bready jenever and cleansing vodka.

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Bruised Pomegranate

This cocktail sits somewhere in the East River between a Manhattan and a Brooklyn with some Thames Estuary thrown in.

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Byrrh Cocktail

Canadian blended whisky provides the backbone over which layers of complex French aromatised wine are layered.

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Byrrh Special

The botanicals in gin combine brilliantly with Byrrh to create a cocktail that works as well as an apéritif as it does a digestif.

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Castle Cobbler

A fruity bittersweet apéritif with orchard fruit, citrus and bittersweet gentian sipped through a sarsaparilla-like layer of Peychaud's Bitters.

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Claudine cocktail

Dry and aromatic, the combination of Byrrh and armagnac reveals interesting favours of dried apricot and chocolate.

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Double Grape

The aromatics of the distilled wine of pisco combine harmoniously with the aromatised wine’s sweet grapey notes.

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Fly Me The Flip To France

Adapted from a recipe created in 2015 by Ben Campbell at the Alchemist in Manchester, England.

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Le Grand

Aromatised wine plays a lead role in this cognac-charged apéritif.

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Monet's Moment

Cognac and aromatised wine lifted with a splash of absinthe. Complex and refreshing.

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Quincy Jones

Adapted from a recipe created in 2015 by Miran Chauhan at Bon Vivant, Edinburgh, Scotland.

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Smoke and Mirrors #1

His aperitif-style cocktail has subtle smoky peatiness with herbal complexity provided by Bénédictine and Byrrh.

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Spanish Eyes

Reminiscent of a Mexican Blood & Sand, refreshing and complex.

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The Italian Job Cocktail

Bittersweet and boozy with a dry finish. Striking the right degree of dilution is key to the success of this cocktail – stir a little longer than usual

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The Other Woman

Adapted from a recipe created in 2015 by Lucy Horncastle at Nola Bar, London, England.

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Thuir Sour

Perfectly balanced sweet and sour apricot with faint red wine notes.