This cocktail is from Annabel’s club in London’s Berkeley Square. Annabel’s opened already in 1963 and is supposed to be a very stylish and sophisticated night club and restaurant. We haven’t visited, but trust William Yeoward’s words in his book American Bar.
In William Yeoward’s American Bar: The world’s most glamorous cocktails we found the recipe for a Royal Tribute, a sparkling cocktail.
It’s an amazingly fruity cocktail, but still there is a nice bitterness going on in the background thanks to the Obstbrand and the quince itself. The egg white is important to create a nice white foam, floating on top of the cocktail.
A cocktail for Valentine’s Day.
The French Seventy-Five is a classic champagne cocktail, with gin and fresh lemon in it. We decided to enhance the yellow color of this cocktail by using Canadian Ungava gin, which is infused with labrador tea, among several other ingredients. What's in it 2/3...
It’ soon Valentine’s Day, so what could be more fitting than a lovely red cocktail? Your loved one you probably want to treat with only the best though, so in this cocktail we are using high quality cherry Heering liqueur.
So this is yet another great recipe from Brad Thomas Parsons excellent book “Amaro”: Yesterday, Today and Amaro.
In Harry Craddock’s legendary “The Savoy Cocktail Book” we found the recipe for this cocktail, created already in 1922 to mark the wedding celebrations of Her Royal Highness Princess Mary.
Last week was all about the Chinese New Year 2017, so we thought Death & Co cocktail “Chinese Fizz” by Phil Ward was a fitting drink for the evening. This is a cocktail based on rum, with added flavors from Cointreau, Luxardo maraschino liqueur, lemon and grenadine. A great drink to evoke the new year festive mood once more, a month after the western world’s celebration.