A cocktail made with beer? Yep, that’s exactly what the funky Coupe De Ville is!
One of the real advantages with orange juice is the beautiful colour it gives the cocktail. It looks rather tempting doesn’t it?
The Exile in Ryeville cocktail, found in Brad Thomas Parsons’s book Bitters, is a twist on a classic Sidecar.
In the middle of this week of Cocktail Detour original recipes we wanted to pay homage to our home country Sweden, and make an aquavit based cocktail. Here is the Petrichor!
There is Swedish punsch in the Conspiracy Theory cocktail. It’s quite awesome, and also contains sloe gin and triple sec.
The Monferrato by Leo Robitschek is a rose coloured sparkling cocktail that tastes gorgeous. It’s those few drops of Peychaud that colours the cocktail so nicely, also contributing with a lot of flavour.
What’s great about this recipe is that it doesn’t call for any “unusual” bottles or other ingredients. Even if your home bar isn’t very well stocked chances are you’ll be able to shake this cocktail at home.
We love most things bitter, so when we saw all that Campari in the Tampico cocktail we needed to try it. And it turns out Campari paired with tonic water (which is also quite bitter) and sweet Cointreau is a wonderful combination.
The .3 Days of Winter is a Cocktail Detour original, mixing gin and orange marmalade in a wintry way.