Craving for carving – and cocktails.
One of the most iconic longdrinks – the Singapore Sling – from Raffles Hotel.
A cooling one for the summer days to come.
Five ingredients make up the Dead Poet cocktail, which tastes much more alive than it might sound.
An equal part cocktail, with four equally good ingredients – The Cornell Special!
The Cabaret Cocktail is bittersweet cocktail, spiced up with some absinth.
Another sharp cocktail – the bittersweet Golden Gate by Thomas Waugh.
Seeing pineapple rum in any cocktail recipe always gets us interested. The tropical tasting Vieux Ananas by Ezra Star is certainly no exception.
We thought there was something almost fairy tale-like over the Enchanted Orchard cocktail by Joaquin Simó from Death & Co. The name of the drink makes us think about magic forests, strange creatures . . . and unicorns for some reason.
When we found the recipe we were primarily intrigued by two things; the funny name of the cocktail and the Cardamaro content. Cardamaro is a low ABV amaro with a really nice flavour, almost of ginger bread but slightly more bitter.
Does anybody remember our barrel-aged Vieux Carré? Well, it’s now out of the barrel after spending four weeks inside of it.
The base is a mix of gin and apple brandy.To bring some bitterness and sweetness at the same time both Benedictine liqueur and apricot brandy is added. Finally maple syrup is used rather than simple syrup.