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A perfect Manhattan with bittersweet liqueur rather than aromatic bitters and a balancing dash of sweet maraschino liqueur. If you can't obtain Picon
Honeyed tequila and aromatic maraschino with complex herbal vinous notes.
Subtly boozy, honeyed and herbal.
A gin-based Mojito served over cracked ice meets the classic Southside. The result is refreshing and easy drinking.
Citrusy fresh and herbaceous, particularly caraway from the Kummel, with tequila providing the backbone.
A beautifully balanced and complex riff on the White Negroni.
Dry, with bittersweet undertones, and aromatic. We've tried this recipe with modern-day Caperitif but prefer the above blend of two aperitif wines in its
Spirituous and herbal. A great alternative to an Old-Fashioned , as a late-night sipper.
It's obvious that this Blood & Sand-like cocktail contains Fernet, it has an almost smoky herbal influence. Maple syrup is an inspired sweetener and flavour
My favourite way to enjoy Chartreuse. Especially good when made with V.E.P Chartreuse.
The Ford Cocktail is a Martini-style cocktail sweetened by both the use of old tom gin and Bénédictine D.O.M. liqueur (not Bénédictine B&B) served
Salmon pink in colour. Mezcal adds earthy smoky complexity to this bittersweet, citrusy fresh, aperitivo Last Word riff. And indeed, getting naked can
Tequila shines in this delightfully honeyed and herbal cocktail.
Fruity, aromatic and complex. This is one of our favourite sloe gin cocktails. Photographed in a gorgeously delicate Nick & Nora glass from Artesian Bar,
A beautifully balanced, spirit-forward, stirred, cognac-based cocktail with Vermouth di Torino and herbal liqueur.
With its delicate but assertive caraway-led herbal undertones, this a delicious Martini-style cocktail.
A Sweet Manhattan served on-the-rocks with added herbal complexity and an all-important splash and dash or two of New Orlean's French Quarter. Driven
Medium-dry, herbal, fruity, refreshing and delightfully different. Best served as an aperitivo.
Serious and packed with bold flavours. Fellow Chartreuse fans will approve.
Bittersweet, lightly effervescent, long and refreshing.
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