Eclipse is a ruby red agave cocktail by Leo Robitschek.
This is a Cocktail Detour original recipe for a sophisticated and elegant whisky cocktail.
The Bingin Nun is a bright yellow agave drink, with a hint of green Chartreuse in it.
A gorgeous drink, named in the sweetest of ways – Mother’s Little Helper.
Just a tiny splash of chocolate liqueur makes the Old Alhambra one of the sweetest cocktails.
The name might be short and easy, but the cocktail is long and complex.
In the Prince of Orange cocktail there is orange marmelade. An unusual but fun ingredient in a drink.
This is a recipe from the beautiful Nomad Bar in New York City.
When the team behind Porter’s gin kindly asked us to try out their gin we knew we wanted to use it in a long drink. Saint Rosalie turned out to be a great fit.
This cocktail is bittersweet like Campari based cocktails tend to be. It’s simply a gorgeous drink.
In Ticket to Paradise Swedish punsch is paired with tequila and slow gin, giving the drink both colour and flavour.
The very potent mezcal is paired with distinct flavors such as coffee, grapefruit juice and allspice! But just like in tiki drinks “more is more”.
We just think there’s something very elegant with clear cocktails. It’s like you cant’t hide something, so the cocktail ends up looking very pure.
The Swedish cherries are here, and we wanted that to permeate this post. While not using the cherries in the actual cocktail they made a perfect side snack to be enjoyed together with the drink.
Cognac in cocktails – yes we think it works really well. There is something luxurious with Cognac isn’t there, just like with Champagne.
Bubbly, pale pink, low ABV – what more could you ask for a hot summer day in Sweden?
This cocktail was boozy, complex and elegant. Perhaps more of an autumn or winter cocktail, we still didn’t mind sipping it on a beautiful summer evening.
This recipe uses Amer Picon which is a bittersweet French orange-flavored aperitif. It is a common bottle throughout Europe, less so in the USA.