The Gordon’s Cup cocktail is a variation of the classic Pimm’s Cup only with a simple substitution of gin in place of Pimms. A cooling, savoury cocktail.
A double measure of Carpano Antica Formula sweet vermouth is accompanied by a dash of minty Branca Menta in this low-alcoholic sipper. Bright, bittersweet with a dob of orange marmalade.
The Saturn Cocktail tastes of citrus and spices and is an interesting gin-based, tiki style cocktail. First created in 1967 and it can still be found on many cocktail bar menus.
A tasty riff on a classic Daiquiri. Subtle coconut flavours coupled with pineapple and sweet agave syrup.
The sugary sweet combination of blue curaçao and raspberry cordial make for an intriguing coloured cocktail.
The Toblerone draws it’s inspiration from the well-known chocolate bar of the same name. Delicious, thick and creamy with flavours of coffee, hazelnut and honey.
This version of a Brandy Fix was published in Harry Johnson’s Bartender’s Manual and is a tasty example of the classic “fix” cocktail style which were popular in the 19th century.
The Indian Paintbrush is named after a Texas Wildflower. This vodka-based cocktail draws spices from the Peychaud’s bitters and further aromatics from fresh rosemary.
The Paloma is a super refreshing tequila drink. Simply and quick to make, consisting of tequila, fresh lime, a pinch of salt and housemade grapefruit soda.
A simple 3 ingredient recipe to make your own grapefruit soda at home. Super tasty and the addition of agave in this grapefruit soda makes it the perfect soda for a Paloma.