Crème de cassis can be a bit overwhelming, but in The Hissy Fit cocktail by Josh Ropson the amount of this sweet liqueur is kept at a moderate level. Still it contributes with the most gorgeous color and of course a lot of flavour. We enhanced the overall...
Carte Blanche from the “American Bar at the Savoy”.
Our take on the classic Mai Tai.
There is Campari and vermouth adding bitterness, but there is also Amaretto bringing sweetness and nuttiness to the drink.
There is something refreshing about pear cocktails!
The Pink Elephant Cocktail is actually not that pink in the end, but it kind of tastes like pink with that grapefruit juice and blackberry liqueur in it.
The color might make it look fruitier than it actually is though, the cocktail is based on gin and grapefruit.
This could very well be one of the most beautiful cocktails we have ever shaken.
Combining tequila, Chartreuse and Amer Picon might seem bold, but the cocktail it results in is so nice!
A vintage cocktail featuring green Chartreuse.
“A pleasingly bitter Italian amaro gives this love child of the Sazerac and the Manhattan a life of its own.”
A very special cocktail indeed as it incorporates vinegar to create a unique sourness and acidity.
It’s shimmering look is created with gin, amaro, vermouth and pear brandy.
A whiskey and fig cocktail which tastes so good!
Serving this over big rocks allows for slow sipping while still keeping the cocktail cool.
The Puerto Rican Racer is a rum based cocktail with flavors of both apple and herbs.
An intense green version of The Last Word.
The Manhattan Transfer Cocktail from Death & Co caught our interest as it contains Ramazotti, which we recently bought a bottle of.