This is a recipe from the beautiful Nomad Bar in New York City.
The very potent mezcal is paired with distinct flavors such as coffee, grapefruit juice and allspice! But just like in tiki drinks “more is more”.
Cognac in cocktails – yes we think it works really well. There is something luxurious with Cognac isn’t there, just like with Champagne.
Being 50% a Gin & Tonic and 50% a Rebujito this highball gets quite Spanish, mixing two of Spain’s most popular drinks.
The Sanlucar Sling by Sahil Mehta is another drink perfect for the warmer days. A highball cocktail with a lot of sherry, and then some cherry and walnut to make things really interesting and tasty.
A lot of measuring to be made here, but if you persist you are rewarded with a tiki like cocktail bursting with flavors. This is Sweep The Leg.
Baudouine – a cocktail with a complex name and a long list of ingredients. But the drink itself is very easy and delicious to drink.
In the middle of this week of Cocktail Detour original recipes we wanted to pay homage to our home country Sweden, and make an aquavit based cocktail. Here is the Petrichor!
Madeleine Solo Rapp is the creator of this gorgeous mezcal cocktail, which she named after a street in San Francisco – Masonic
Remember the Alimony is a delicious sherry cocktail, and it’s very easy to make at home.
The cocktail by JP Fetherston is called Into Great Silence and it’s one of the most smashing cocktails we’ve ever made.
A(i)nt no S(c)herry – that’s what we decided to call this Cocktail Detour original. It takes full advantage of the deliciousness of Maraschino liqueur and cherries as well as dry sherry.