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The Sabot is a White Lady topped with a splash of fizz. Once you've experienced the firepower of a Sabot you'll never want to settle for a mere White Lady

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McKinley's Delight

A cherry brandy influenced Sweet Manhattan with extra complexity courtesy of a dash of absinthe.

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Barney Barnato Cocktail

Dry, with bittersweet undertones, and aromatic. I've tried this recipe with modern-day Caperitif but prefer the above blend of two apéritif wines in its

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Royal Bermuda Yacht Club

A full-flavoured, tangy Daiquiri with faint clove spice.

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Bronx (Difford's)

The challenge, and indeed the opportunity, with the Bronx is to strike the perfect balance between the botanical flavours of the gin, vermouths and zesty

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Bittersweet and complex with apple brandy, zesty citrus and faint rose.

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De Rigueur

Delicately peaty Scotch whisky with rich rounding honey balancing tart zesty grapefruit. This recipe will stand a much bigger slug of bourbon, particularly

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Equal parts gin, aromatised wine and vermouth combine harmoniously in this pleasant, clean sippin' stirred down aperitivo.

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Generously flavoured, bittersweet, sweet 'n' sour and Daiquiri-like.

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Vanilla & Grapefruit Daiquiri

Reminiscent of a Hemingway Special, this citrusy, vanilla-laced Daiquiri has a tangy bittersweet finish.

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Tailor Made

Bourbon-laced cranberry and grapefruit with light honeyed richness and a faint touch of clove spice.

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Night Cap (Sloppy Joe's 1935)

This sweet 'n' sour, gin and cognac-laced cocktail is perhaps more suited to be enjoyed as an aperitivo, or even with breakfast, than the nightcap the

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Passion Fruit Margarita

Subtle passion fruit flavour and tartness influence rather than dominate this Margarita, allowing the tequila and other ingredients to also shine. Fruity

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Mexican Jumping Bean

The lovechild of Dick Bradsell's Espresso Martini and Tommy's Margarita.

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Cognac-laced and herbal with hints of liquorice, Pied-à-terre (which translates from French to mean 'foot on the ground') makes for a great after-dinner

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The Atty Cocktail

My recipe remains pretty faithful to Craddock's classic 1930s proportions, but in line with modern bartending conventions, I now disregard Craddock's instructions

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The name of this bitter bittersweet and sour Margarita riff references amaro (meaning bitter) and the use of an Italian bitter liqueur. Many will want

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Lone Oak

Herbal Chartreuse, Irish whiskey with zesty lemon and creamy nutty pistachio.

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High Ryeser

With thanks to Bob Cook, a Discerning Drinker, who on 27th October 2020 left a comment with the recipe for this delicious high-proof whiskey, equal parts

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Fallen Angel

Gin-laced zesty citrus with subtle freshening mint with aromatic bitters adding depth of flavour and complexity.

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Rosina Ferrario No. 203

Aromatic grappa notes shine in this fabulously floral, appropriately pale sky blue cocktail.

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Lovely Pear of Coconuts

As the name implies, this cocktail has a duo of coconut flavours, with pear liqueur and laced with white rum.

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Rosé 75

Raspberry fruitiness, rosé sparkling wine and a coupe glass serve set this French 75 apart and make it fitting for Valentine's Day.

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Alaska (Straub's 1914 recipe)

Made with an Old Tom gin with amplified botanicals and minimal sugar (some are way too sweet) this is a spiritous and, if you hit the right dilution, tasty

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