A magical drink, going from purple to yellow during its mixing phase. This is The Wizard.
Using a gin from Belfast, we shake up a classic; the Corpse Reviver No. 2
Challenged to make a rosé wine cocktail, we found the recipe for The Rosé Bouquet.
Using flat vodka to create this flat martini cocktail.
This cocktail is boozy, herbal and bitter. And we love it!!
The Albert Mathieu cocktail is fifty percent Last Word, mixed up with some low ABV Lillet Blanc and St Germain elderflower liqueur.
The Edgewood cocktail is perfect for sipping on a Saturday. It’s sophisticated, interesting and full of flavour.
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.
Yes, he is a Humble Hero, Linus Morgan who’s the creator of this awesome cocktail. It’s a low-ABV recipe with an interesting mix of Lillet Blanc, celery and coffee!
The Sinu Metu by Joy Richardson is made with Irish whiskey. We don’t use that very often we have to admit, but we do have a bottle of Jameson in our cabinets and we decided it was time to put it to use.
With The Abbey Cocktail we once again revisiting the 1930 cocktail book by Harry Carddock "The Savoy Cocktail Book" for inspiration. We generally don't like orange juice in cocktails as it often takes over but here we'll give it a try. The original recipe says: 1/2...