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20th Century Cocktail
When, as originally, this cocktail is made with Rutte Celery Gin, then celery notes are very obvious in the final cocktail - perhaps more so than in the
It's incredible how switching between blanco and reposado tequila (even between same brands) changes this cocktail with the blanco version somewhat out-of-kilter
A beautifully balanced and complex riff on the White Negroni.
Bon Vivant's Martini
Ideally, this Martini should be accompanied by a cigar which compliments the tobacco liqueur.
A riff on the classic 20th Century with Celery Gin and celery saccharum replacing white cream de cacao.
Chutes & Ladders cocktail
Citrusy tequila-led with Swedish punch and Cocchi Americano rounding and adding their distinctive flavours.
Corpse Reviver No.0824
A suitably Italian riff on the classic Corpse Reviver with Strega liqueur.
A riff on the classic 20th Century based on Black Tears spiced rum and so named due to the Black Death reaping its havoc in the 14th Century.
Glass & Bottle
Sour, dry and fabulously complex with bittersweet herbal gentian notes over a gin base.
A riff on the classic Tuxedo.
On the dry side of bittersweet, as the name suggests this is intended to be drunk as the first aperitivo of the week, preferably accompanied by olives.
Grape and grain combine harmoniously in this sipping cocktail.
Bright yellow and on the bitter side of bittersweet with aquavit, lemon, gentian and maraschino liqueurs.
The distinctive flavours of amaro and gentian dominate this bittersweet but mellow aperitif.
Spiced Rum Negroni
Mellow and slightly sweet with flavours of caramel, chocolate and rich orange.
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
Three Blind Mice
Stirred down and boozy, corn notes from the whiskey are amplified by the bittersweet aperitif liqueur and aromatised wine.
It's surprising what influence just 2.5ml of Crème de Peche has on this subtly flavoured vodka-based cocktail, particularly if you omit the grapefruit
Making your own grenadine, as per Darren’s recipe, will affect the balance and success of this fruity complex cocktail.
Sunny Side Up
Bittersweet zesty citrus and cognac with aromatic wine.