The name might be short and easy, but the cocktail is long and complex.
When the team behind Porter’s gin kindly asked us to try out their gin we knew we wanted to use it in a long drink. Saint Rosalie turned out to be a great fit.
We just think there’s something very elegant with clear cocktails. It’s like you cant’t hide something, so the cocktail ends up looking very pure.
The Swedish cherries are here, and we wanted that to permeate this post. While not using the cherries in the actual cocktail they made a perfect side snack to be enjoyed together with the drink.
Combining coffee and tonic water with a splash of honey guarantees a both refreshing and interesting flavour experience.
Love Makes You Feel Ten Feet Tall – a cocktail with gin, pisco, Aperol and Punt e Mes.
Being 50% a Gin & Tonic and 50% a Rebujito this highball gets quite Spanish, mixing two of Spain’s most popular drinks.
This is a Sunflower cocktail, created by Sam Ross. It’s one of those four equal parts recipes, that is so easy to make at home.
The Astoria is basically a reversed Dry Martini, with a big amount of dry vermouth, and just a splash of gin.
Time for a pretty fancy cocktail, the Rubicon, from bar Canon in Seattle. This is a Last Word with extra everything, complete with open flames and fresh herbs.
It is Negroni Week, arranged and curated by Imbibe Magazine. And even if we are not a bar we still wanted to contribute with a blood orange Negroni.
This is our entry for the Strawless Cocktail Week campaign. Let us present our own: Cucunut Spring.