What we liked about the Schnitzelburg cocktail was its intensity. It’s a boozy drink, but with more tastes than just the strong bourbon.
This is a Mots de Caraïbes by rum enthusiast Brian Di Maggio. It’s a clever recipe, made up by equal parts of some high quality ingredients.
We used honey from Sweden. And that’s one of the things we think is so awesome with cocktails. Ingredients from totally different parts of the world can be mixed into the same glass, and create something amazing.
We wanted to put a lot of love into this drink so we juiced a fresh pineapple, saving some smaller pieces for decoration. Juicing a pineapple is a bit messy, and a bit time consuming to be honest. But the juice extracted is so good it’s well worth the effort.
The Pink Elephant Cocktail is actually not that pink in the end, but it kind of tastes like pink with that grapefruit juice and blackberry liqueur in it.
A Cocktail Detour original – created as a Last Word variation.
Go ahead and try this Last Word variation
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.
When a regular dry martini doesn’t excite you enough, the Tuxedo Cocktail offers some more complexity and some additional flavors.