Coffee with Jess

Coffee by Jess is a cocktail served at PositanoYes in Stockholm. But it’s also really easy to make it yourself, at home.

Padrino

With both amaretto and apricot in it, this cocktail has some nice nutty features.

Cravat

The golden tone the amaretto gives this drink, the Cravat, is beautiful we think.

Disarollywood

The Disarollywood cocktail are using some odd flavour combinations. And of course it works!

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Coffee with Jess

Coffee with Jess

Coffee by Jess is a cocktail served at PositanoYes in Stockholm. But it’s also really easy to make it yourself, at home.

Padrino

Padrino

With both amaretto and apricot in it, this cocktail has some nice nutty features.

Cravat

Cravat

The golden tone the amaretto gives this drink, the Cravat, is beautiful we think.

Disarollywood

Disarollywood

The Disarollywood cocktail are using some odd flavour combinations. And of course it works!

The Invisible Skier

The Invisible Skier

We decided to call this original cocktail The Invisible Skier. It’s a milk cocktail gone vegan as we used almond milk as the base.

Almond Brother

Almond Brother

These are two Almond Brothers by Jason Littrell from bar Death & Co. It’s a recipe that combines Mexican tequila with Italian Amaretto in a playful way.

Almond Espresso Martini

Almond Espresso Martini

There is a lot of coffee flavour in this one, but it is also nicely complemented by Italian Amaretto liqueur contributing with an almond touch.

Filby

Filby

The perfect garden cocktail!

Downhill Racer

Downhill Racer

A really good summer cocktail this one is!

Gloria

Gloria

There is Campari and vermouth adding bitterness, but there is also Amaretto bringing sweetness and nuttiness to the drink.

Figetaboutit

Figetaboutit

A whiskey and fig cocktail which tastes so good!

Solera Sidecar – from Death & CO

Solera Sidecar – from Death & CO

Once again we turn to Death & CO's excellent book, for an inspirational new recipe. And this time we decided to try their twist on the classic Sidecar. Death & CO alters it by substituting cointreau with the more potent grand marnier, adding both sherry and...

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