Iced Irish Coffee

Taking a classic in a much cool(d)er direction.

Tropical Popsicle

A longdrink made with Japanese whisky.

Coffee with Jess

Coffee by Jess is a cocktail served at PositanoYes in Stockholm. But it’s also really easy to make it yourself, at home.

Do not go gentle into that good night

A warm drink perfect for the upcoming Christmas season. Here made with Glenmorangie’s Original, scotch.

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Revolver

Revolver

In this cocktail the whisky is the true star! We are using The Balvenie this time.

MacNamara Rose

MacNamara Rose

The MacNamara Rose cocktail is made mixing Aperol, whiskey and Lillet Rosé.

Devil’s Barrel

Devil’s Barrel

This cocktail is very much in season now during autumn. The whisky base means it’s a boozy and dark drink, that you’d want to sip on slowly.

Penumbra Ripple

Penumbra Ripple

This is a Cocktail Detour original recipe for a sophisticated and elegant whisky cocktail.

Sacrilege

Sacrilege

This cocktail was boozy, complex and elegant. Perhaps more of an autumn or winter cocktail, we still didn’t mind sipping it on a beautiful summer evening.

Full Sneak

Full Sneak

A perfect summer sipper, the Full Sneak from The Fortune Bar in St. Louis.

Sweep The Leg

Sweep The Leg

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.

Into Thin Air

Into Thin Air

Finally we were able to get a bottle of Italicus, and we are trying it in cocktail Into Thin Air by Lucinda Sterling.

Barbershop Medicine & Relaxed Lax

Barbershop Medicine & Relaxed Lax

In this joint post with Elin over at TRAVEL * FOOD * COOL we are celebrating some of the things Sweden and Canada have a common love for. Elin is making home made gravlax and we are making a cocktail with whisky and aquavit.

Sinu Metu

Sinu Metu

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.

Carte Blanche

Carte Blanche

Carte Blanche from the “American Bar at the Savoy”.

Gloria

Gloria

There is Campari and vermouth adding bitterness, but there is also Amaretto bringing sweetness and nuttiness to the drink.

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