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Angel's Share No.2

A fabulous drink, especially when VEP Chartreuse, family reserve cognac and 20 year old tawny port are used as per the original Starlight Room recipe.

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Christmas Special No. 1

A great after-dinner cocktail any time of year but particularly appropriate over the festive period due to its ingredients – Pedro Ximénez sherry tastes

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Nessie cocktail

A Rob Roy (Scotch Manhattan) with walnut liqueur and Pedro Ximénez sherry.

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Bittersweet, herbal and subtly nutty with delicate notes of smoky whisky. A tasty late-night sipper.

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Walnut Manhattan

A Sweet Manhattan with subtle hint of walnut.

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Storm King

Adapted from a recipe created by Damon Boelte at his Grand Army bar and restaurant in Brooklyn, New York City, USA.

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Walnut Martini

Nutty but nice.

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Nuez Daiquiri

An aged rum Daiquiri with nutty notes.

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Walnut Alexander

One to accompany the nutty chocolates from the after-dinner selection box.

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Montgomery Slugger

Spirit-forward chocolaty nutty coffee.

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A L'Ancienne du Bois (A woody Old Fashioned)

Despite the name, this Old Fashioned style drink is more fruity and nutty than it is woody, but it's tasty all the same.

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Towser the Mouser

An after-dinner/late-night sipper which benefits from a split whisk(e)y base and similarly split fortified wines and liqueurs. Some will prefer served

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Frank Lloyd Wright

An Old Fashioned-style cocktail with pear and walnut liqueurs along with a touch of peated malt whisky.

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