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Need inspiration? This is what we mix!

Bicycle Thief

Bicycle Thief – is what Zachary Gelnaw-Rubin and Abraham Hawkins call this joint-effort creation.

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Ephemeral

We love clear cocktails like the Ephemeral. What might look like a coupe of water immediately surprises you on the first sip.

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Cuzco

The Aperol colours the Cuzco in a very nice way. This subtle pale orange tone is so flattering to any cocktail, it looks immediately delicious we think.

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The Stark

The Stark is a delicious mix of bourbon, yellow Chartreuse and honey syrup.

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Into Great Silence

The cocktail by JP Fetherston is called Into Great Silence and it’s one of the most smashing cocktails we’ve ever made.

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Captain Ron

Captain Ron, adapted by John Henderson, is supposed to be served at room temperature making it ideal to store in a flask and enjoy even when there is not a fridge or ice around.

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Into Thin Air

Finally we were able to get a bottle of Italicus, and we are trying it in cocktail Into Thin Air by Lucinda Sterling.

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Mr. October

The Mr. October cocktail by Timothy Miner is best seen from above, as it’s garnished with freshly grated nutmeg.

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The Casualty

The Casualty originates from Amor y Amargo in New York city, and it’s a very typical drink of them. Lots of amaro Montenegro in this drink!

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I’m On a Boat

We served the drink in a huge Cognac coupe to really get the feeling of an ocean. Better anchor the cocktail tightly before the first sip!

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Mott and Mulberry

Apple juice in a cocktail? Yes, it’s far less usual than for example orange juice or grapefruit juice. But Leo Robitschek’s Mott and Mulberry cocktail is a perfect example of how delicious and well-working apple juice can be in a cocktail.

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Back To Basics

The Back to Basics cocktail by Irene Benjamin is really nice. The red wine and orange syrup contributes with flavour of mulled wine, and the orange in it means there is also a certain bitterness in the background.

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The Precision Timepiece

The first cocktail we decided to use Manifest in is The Precision Timepiece by Sother Teague. This recipe originally calls for Jägermeister, but we used Manifest instead.

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Le Coquetiez Du Lion

Apparently the house cocktail of Bar Le Lion in Hamburg, Le Coquetiez Du Lion is as simple to make as it is delicious to drink.

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The Last Word

This is one of our favorite cocktails of all time, so we can wholeheartedly recommend you to try it.

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Monferrato

The Monferrato by Leo Robitschek is a rose coloured sparkling cocktail that tastes gorgeous. It’s those few drops of Peychaud that colours the cocktail so nicely, also contributing with a lot of flavour.

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A(i)nt no S(c)herry

A(i)nt no S(c)herry – that’s what we decided to call this Cocktail Detour original. It takes full advantage of the deliciousness of Maraschino liqueur and cherries as well as dry sherry.

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