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.
A super fresh and fruity cocktail that will evoke your summer feelings.
Go ahead and try this Last Word variation
Inspired by Amy Stewart’s brilliant book “The Drunken Botanist” we wanted to shake up a green drink, and came to think of The Green Park cocktail.
This cocktail is not supposed to be chilled but enjoyed at room temperature. We have to admit we stirred it with ice though…
With its stunning yellow color, cucumber taste and Chartreuse content this is likely to be a crowdpleaser cocktail.
The “Beauregard’s Breakfast” is our fourth post, out of four, with cocktails from Jamie Boudreau’s The Canon Cocktail Book.
The “Jasmine” is our third post, out of four, with cocktails from Jamie Boudreau’s The Canon Cocktail Book.
The “Duboudreau” is our second post, out of four, with cocktails from Jamie Boudreau’s The Canon Cocktail Book.