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Naked & Famous

Salmon pink in colour. Mezcal adds earthy smoky complexity to this bittersweet, citrusy fresh, aperitivo Last Word riff. And indeed, getting naked can

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Toffee Negroni

There's no toffee in this Toffee Negroni in the same way there's no coffee in the Coffee Cocktail yet both drinks are aptly named and delicious.

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Avion de Papel

A riff on Sam Ross' Paper Plane this makes for a delicious aperitivo. I like to add 2 drops saline solution.

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Monkey Wrench (with ratchet)

A Monkey Wrench is classically just rum, grapefruit juice and bitters – my version's a little different. Monkey 47 gins complex botanicals sit with a

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Paper Plane

This pink/rust red drink is bittersweet with underlying bourbon character and lemon zestiness.

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When The Smoke Cleared

Smoky, tangy and complex with layers of flavour, although happily mezcal dominates.

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Devil's Soul

Spirituous, smoky, earthy, bittersweet, floral, herbal and complex. I've reduced the original serve by one-third to produce a complex, serious and most

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Ruby

A delicious trio of flavours meets in harmony. Tart ruby grapefruit and lemon, subtle bitterness, and rich elderflower.

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Enrico Pallazzo

A bittersweet Manhattan-style lightly sparkling cocktail.

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Sunset Vibes

This appropriately sunset-coloured cocktail serves a cacophony of flavours that combine to deliver a symphony of surprisingly harmonious sips.

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Three of Strong

Cacao and coffee flavours from the rum shine in this fruity and delicately spicy Tiki influenced cocktail.

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Lost Plane

Amaro's distinctive flavours shine through alongside the dark rum in this aperitivo cocktail.

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Clockwork Orange No.2

Easy drinking, neither sweet or sour, this cocktail with its subtle coffee notes suits breakfast, teatime or aperitivo but was originally created as a

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Aperol Spritz / Aperitivo Spritz

Slightly sweet, herbal, refreshing and quaffable. The good folk at Aperol, the aperitivo liqueur brand most identified with the Spritz, recommend equal

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Amarita

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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Queen Mother

Pot still Jamaican rum adds delicate but distinctive funky notes to this lightly sweet fruity gin-laced cocktail.

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Perennial

Gently bitter rhubarb - a very tasty aperitivo.

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Eclipse Cocktail (by Leo Robitschek)

Beautifully balanced bitter-sweetness with tequila and mezcal sitting harmoniously with cherry and aperitivo liqueurs, with lemon freshness. A perfect

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My Sherry Amore

A bittersweet, salmon-pink, light, delicate balance of gin, herbal complexity, grapefruit and dry sherry.

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Showgirl Cocktail

Wonderfully floral – flavours of rose and raspberry dominate with dry vermouth adding balance and complexity.

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Brazuca Remedy

Bittersweet and complex with underlying cachaça character. Perfect as an aperitivo.

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Negroni and the Goat

Negroni in name and Negroni in style with the sweetness of Aperol countered by the use of amaro.

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Montreal Cocktail (official city cocktail)

Stirred, spirituous and bittersweet, this aperitif-style cocktail reflects Montreal's French and English influences with London dry gin and gentian liqueur.

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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

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