This recipe uses Amer Picon which is a bittersweet French orange-flavored aperitif. It is a common bottle throughout Europe, less so in the USA.
A cocktail made with beer? Yep, that’s exactly what the funky Coupe De Ville is!
Hole in the Cup is the name of this cocktail. And according to its creator Lauren McLaughlin thats how quickly it disappears as it’s so good.
Ah, we completely missed National Margarita Day back in February. We will try to compensate for that today with this delicious Frozen Margarita.
Baudouine – a cocktail with a complex name and a long list of ingredients. But the drink itself is very easy and delicious to drink.
Mezcal is so good! We can’t get enough of that smokiness, that really comes through also in this cocktail. It’s a very sophisticated spirit that everyone definitely should try, especially tequila lovers.
These are two Almond Brothers by Jason Littrell from bar Death & Co. It’s a recipe that combines Mexican tequila with Italian Amaretto in a playful way.
A cocktail with a chili kick! And an interesting flavour combination of pineapple and rosemary.
Combining tequila, Chartreuse and Amer Picon might seem bold, but the cocktail it results in is so nice!
This cocktail is not supposed to be chilled but enjoyed at room temperature. We have to admit we stirred it with ice though…
We discovered mezcal this year and it's one of our favorite spirits (even competing with gin). A late fall afternoon we wanted to make a cocktail containing mezcal and some fresh organic grapefruit we had in the fridge. So, the perfect opportunity to do a Mezcal...
Normally we prefer mezcal over tequila, but when we found the recipe for Del Rio on eater.com we knew it was time to break a bottle of tequila. Apart from that, there is also sherry and elderflower liqueur in this cocktail, along with a generous amount of angostura...