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.
The color of this cocktail is so exciting, because despite adding quite a lot of intense-blue violette liqueur, the cocktail still turns out green.
A hot and spicy variation of The Last Word cocktail.
We have already made cocktails using ginger syrup, but we have been curious for a while of King's ginger liqueur. When we finally found a bottle in store, it was a definite buy. Looking at the brand's web page we found the recipe for The King's Spring Daisy...
A cocktail with a spicy sting!
The Hallelujah Cocktail is a peculiar one. It mixes Cognac and rum, which is quite unusual.
A Swedish version of world famous cocktail The Last Word.
A playful cocktail from the Savoy cocktail book.
A Cocktail Detour original – created as a Last Word variation.