Half Way Round the World

A fizzy highball made with Bolivian products.

Twice in the Night

Made with Bolivian products, Twice In The Night is a spectacular cocktail.

Dead Parrot Colada

Very blue, and very delicious – this is The Dead Parrot Colada.

Tom Collins

A refreshing classic. Very easy to make yourself.

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L’Amour en Fuite Cocktail

L’Amour en Fuite Cocktail

The “L’Amour en Fuite” is our first post, out of four, with cocktails from Jamie Boudreau’s The Canon Cocktail Book.

Dry Martini Cocktail

Dry Martini Cocktail

Dry Martini is one of the worlds most famous cocktails. It’s made with gin and dry vermouth in different proportions varying from 2:1 to 100:1. These variations would taste differently for sure and it’s up to you to decide.

Aviation Cocktail

Aviation Cocktail

It’s color is supposed to resemble that of a slightly cloudy sky, maybe that’s why the “Aviation” is so easy to fall in love with.

Zaza Cocktail

Zaza Cocktail

Zaza Cocktail is another classic cocktail you find in many cocktail books and is a combination of Gin and Dubonnet. The history of Dubonnet starts 1846 when the chemist Joseph Dubonnet in an effort to make French Foreign Legionnaires drink quinine to battle malaria in North Africa. Since quinine is very bitter he blended it with fortified wine and herbs and the Dubonnet aperitif was born.

Tuxedo Cocktail

Tuxedo Cocktail

When a regular dry martini doesn’t excite you enough, the Tuxedo Cocktail offers some more complexity and some additional flavors.

Queen’s Cocktail

Queen’s Cocktail

The classics are the best, now we try Queen’s Cocktail from Harry Craddocks legendary “The Savoy Cocktail Book” from 1930. The Queen’s Cocktail is a White Lady with Absint. At first it sounds strange but it works wonders. A must try!

Royal Tribute Cocktail

Royal Tribute Cocktail

In William Yeoward’s American Bar: The world’s most glamorous cocktails we found the recipe for a Royal Tribute, a sparkling cocktail.

French Seventy-Five Cocktail

French Seventy-Five Cocktail

The French Seventy-Five is a classic champagne cocktail, with gin and fresh lemon in it. We decided to enhance the yellow color of this cocktail by using Canadian Ungava gin, which is infused with labrador tea, among several other ingredients.   What's in it 2/3...

Tricolore Cocktail

Tricolore Cocktail

The Tricolore is created by Agostino Perrone at The Connaught Bar in London. We've picked up Perrone's recipe from William Yeoward's elegant cocktail book American Bar. With Perrone being of Italian heritage, but working in London, the ingredient list is obviously...

Doctor Cocktail

Doctor Cocktail

Being Swedes, it's nice to sometimes do cocktails based on Swedish punsch. The Doctor is an equal-part-cocktail made also with gin and lemon juice, apart from punsch. We served the cocktail in glassware from Reijmyre, a Swedish glassworks company who have been...

All time favourite cocktail “The Last Word”

All time favourite cocktail “The Last Word”

We've had posts before with The Last Word, but we couldn't resist posting it again as it is such a great cocktail. It's also an easy cocktail to make at home, as long  as you manage to scout the ingredients. This recipe is an equal part one, so just make sure to use...

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