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Deadpan Fix Cocktail

 

The Deadpan Fix is another cocktail from Death & Co's black book. This drink is by Jessica Gonzalez and was created in 2011. It's an interesting cocktail as it combines two rather bitter ingredients, Campari and grapefruit juice. Then to further spice things up there's also rye, Grand...

Cherry Old Fashioned Cocktail

It' soon Valentine's Day, so what could be more fitting than a lovely red cocktail? Your loved one you probably want to treat with only the best though, so in this cocktail we are using high quality cherry Heering liqueur.

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Black Salt Cocktail

 

From excellent book Savory Cocktails%name Whiskey by Greg Henry we've picked this rather unique recipe containing salt in the actual cocktail. And it's not just any salt you're supposed to use, but the very cool black lava...

Conference Cocktail

This is another nice cocktail from Death & Co's excellent book. The cocktail is made with a lot of ingredients, however all of them are common. It's still an unusual drink though, as it's made with both whiskey, calvados and cognac - hence combining two very different base...

Remember the Maine

This is a cocktail for lovers of rye. We are using Bulleit's rye, it's high on character and even the bottle itself looks good! In Remember the Maine the rye is mixed with a couple of peculiar ingredients. First of all, absint, an almost mysterious spirit adding licorice flavor to the...

Matcha Sour Cocktail

We bought a tiny jar of matcha green tea powder in London.

Matcha is actually quite expensive, but a little goes a long way. Less than a teaspoon creates an intensely green cocktail, making it look more of a potion. However, the tea taste is nowhere near as intense as...

Paper Plane – abano variation

The Paper Plane is made with equal parts bourbon, aperol, amaro and lemon juice. It's a bittersweet cocktail with both freshness (from the lemon) and depth (from the amaro and bourbon).

We like bitter cocktails, so the Paper Plane is definitely for us. If you're uncertain about if you fancy bitter...

Sazerac

Today we mixed a favorite of ours, Sazerac. Simple, but complex with a long history. It was invented in the late 1800s in New Orleans and contained cognac and bitter. Since 2008 the Sazerac is the official cocktail of New Orleans and modern recipes often contain whiskey. It also gets a fantastic...

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