Bicycle Thief

Bicycle Thief – is what Zachary Gelnaw-Rubin and Abraham Hawkins call this joint-effort creation.

Ephemeral

We love clear cocktails like the Ephemeral. What might look like a coupe of water immediately surprises you on the first sip.

Cuzco

The Aperol colours the Cuzco in a very nice way. This subtle pale orange tone is so flattering to any cocktail, it looks immediately delicious we think.

The Stark

The Stark is a delicious mix of bourbon, yellow Chartreuse and honey syrup.

Into Great Silence

The cocktail by JP Fetherston is called Into Great Silence and it’s one of the most smashing cocktails we’ve ever made.

Hanky Panky Cocktail

The Hanky Panky is a classical cocktail. It only uses three ingredients, so pick the brands carefully, it's nice to use high quality spirits here. It's also a little bit...

El Presidente

El Presidente, another classic where there are as many different proportions as recipes. Old, yes, originally described in 1919 and built on rum, curaçao and vermouth. Suitable for a...

Cadierbaren – Stockholm

So, we're back at Grand Hotel Stockholm's Cadierbaren to try some of their seasonal cocktails.

Bittersweet Maryrose is a very pink drink made of gin, rhubarb liqueur, aperol, lemon, grapefruit and...

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...

White Lady

The White Lady is one of those instant great drinks. Made with only three of the most common ingredients in a bar, basically anyone should be able to shake up...

Bastard – Malmö

Currently ranked the second best restaurant of Malmö at TripAdvisor, it's easy to overlook what a great cocktail venue Bastard also is. Their cocktail menu is enjoyable reading, and it changes frequently....

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Welcome to Cocktail Detour!

We are Joakim & Mattias, cocktail mixing amateurs. Cocktail Detour is about this love for craft cocktails, and how we scout them around the world’s best bars.