An intriguing mix of rum and bitter is what this cocktail is.
Here we use a very elegant gin from Japan.
The Coup D’Etat is an adventurous cocktail combining several interesting flavors.
Elegant and sophisticated – the two words best describing a Central Carré cocktail.
In the Fernet Buck long-drink deliciously bitter Fernet-Branca is the star, perfectly backed up by sweet and stingy ginger beer.
The Bartender’s Bingo is excellent proof that just fooling around in your liquor cabinet might result in something grand.
A very red cocktail, thanks to that sloe gin. This is the Sloe And Unsteady by Jessica Sanders.
Let’s kick off this new year, called 2018, with our new year resolutions and the Jitterbug cocktail containing exactly what’s needed after yesterday’s celebrations, fresh coffee!
What we liked about the Schnitzelburg cocktail was its intensity. It’s a boozy drink, but with more tastes than just the strong bourbon.
Combining the uniqueness of Strega, with the kick of Fernet-Branca and acidity of fresh lemon is brilliant! We really can’t praise the Pushing Daisy enough.
If you had a look at our previous post you probably suspect Fernet-Branca is a a staple in our home bar. Well, you guessed right, and today we have yet another reason to bring out that bottle again.
The final addition of club soda makes this a rather low-proof drink that will not affect your senses too much, but definitely warm your heart. It’s simply delicious this Milano Torino cocktail, from The Narrows bar in Brooklyn.