The Derby cocktail dates back to 1947 and the original calls for a bourbon whiskey. The Irish Derby substitutes the bourbon for a slightly sweeter style of Irish whiskey. The end result is a tart, citrusy Derby.
An orangey, very citrusy twist on a vodka sour. The original recipe calls for orange syrup but we’ve adapted the recipe by utilising orange curacao & sugar syrup.
The Olympic Cocktail is closely related to the well-known Sidecar, although quite different in taste. Originally made using equal parts, we found this to be a more refined version.
“Think of it as an 1850s Mai Tai – similar drink, different island.” – David Wondrich, cocktail historian. The raspberry syrup adds balance and a touch of tartness whilst the rum adds some punch to the refreshing summery cocktail.
The Brandy Crusta is the precursor to the modern Sidecar and the more well known Margarita. This recipe includes maraschino liqueur in place of sugar as the sweetener.