This is one of our favorite cocktails of all time, so we can wholeheartedly recommend you to try it.
It’s winter time, and making a classic Alaska cocktail seems s(n)o(w) fitting. A cocktail doesn’t get more simple than this – just two ingredients, three if you also count the orange bitters.
What it lacks in colour is well compensated in flavour. It’s the combination of the tart gin and the sweet chocolate liqueur that defines the 20th Century and make it so delicious.
A cocktail that tastes of blood orange, despite the absence of that ingredient in the drink. It’s almost magic.
Tonight we incorporate Etrog liqueur in a Polished Diamond cocktail. Another ingredient in this drink is a dry white wine, which we don’t use too often in cocktails. Turns out it works really well!
The Baltasar and Blimunda is a Negroni riff with port wine and Punt E Mes in it.
The Tartufo os a unique, adult and serious cocktail for those open to unexpected flavour.
Thank you Nick Assaur for being such an inspiration on Instagram, and for always being so supportive on our posts. Today we are excited to share our celebration to you, and your cocktail Beholder's Eye. And one could say this is also an homage to Canada and a...
Let us mix a Paris is Burning cocktail, created by the talented Leo Robitschek from Hotel Nomad in NYC. In the little black cocktail book from Nomad several of Leo’s creations are featured, but today the Paris is Burning seems most tempting to make as it captures everything we appreciate from a true craft cocktail;
This is a cocktail to appreciate with all five senses.
The .3 Days of Winter is a Cocktail Detour original, mixing gin and orange marmalade in a wintry way.
This cocktail was really enjoyable! Not very sweet, rather a bit dry from the sherry and a bit tart because of the gin and grapefruit. You could sip quite eagerly on it without getting too affected