Rum and vermouth combine harmoniously in this delicate and subtly citrus fresh cocktail.
So smooooooth but still retains a tequila bite and a hint of chocolate and fruit.
Hit the perfect proportions and you will strike a wondrous balance of flavoursome rum, gin botanicals, limey sourness and fruity sweetness.
I've Colin Field to thank for my French 75 epiphany. One evening in early June 2017 I was sat at his bar (Bar Hemingway) and he showed me the vintage 75ml
Beautifully balanced, fruity and complex with just enough gin to add a spirituous bite.
Tequila notes shine with delicate berry fruit (and depending on your ingredients subtle vanilla) in this delicious 1930's version of the Sunrise.
Both fresh and refreshing. A subtle hint of peppermint gives zing to this cognac-based cocktail.
This classic salmon-pinky cocktail perfectly combines and balances the light rum with the assertive sourness of lime juice and rich sweetness of pomegranate
A Daiquiri sweetened with raspberry and grenadine syrup and mellowed by egg white.
This dry, amber coloured, fruity cocktail carries a pisco punch.
This richly flavoured, velvety cocktail is almost custardy in consistency but with a refreshing hint of lime.
Wonderfully refreshing. Bring on the sun.
In his 1948 The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks, David Embury says, a Jack Rose is nothing but a Pink Apple Car and when made with just calvados, lemon juice
A wonderfully fruity and kitsch Tiki cocktail.
When made correctly, this pale-pink cocktail has a perfect balance between the fruit flavours and the spirit of the rum.
Essentially a Jack Rose with a couple of dashes of absinthe. (If making this with bonded strength applejack in place of calvados then knockback to 50ml.)
Gin, apricot and orange combine in this easy-drinking frothy topped cocktail.
A generous measure of gin and high-proof applejack provide spirituous spice which, along with lemon juice sourness, ensures that this cocktail is neither
This drink's sweet-sour balance and degree of pink hue is relative to how generous you are with the grenadine. (When made with homemade fresh pomegranate
Spirituous enough for a pirate. Why the name? Well, one of the rums has some 'funk', both rums have nautical connections, the lime protects against scurvy,
Pomegranate and tequila combine harmoniously in this Margarita.
One of the better tasting non-alcoholic cocktails.
The sophisticated drinker's answer to a gin and juice with dry gin and Grand Marnier liqueur made all the more fruity with orange juice, lemon juice and
A 2:1 Wet Martini tamed by a dash of pomegranate/grenadine syrup.
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