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The Eden is a well-balanced and fruity cocktail that is sure to be a crowd pleaserView recipe
The Dorian Gray is a rum-based cocktail that is both fruity and citrussy. Apparently, the cocktail takes its name from an Oscar Wilde novel.View recipe
A gin-based cocktail, the Abbey Martini is both orangey and dry, with a warm herbal spiciness that comes from the bitters.View recipe
The Playmate is a delicious brandy-based cocktail that goes down very smoothlyView recipe
A Tipperary Cocktail is a Bijou with an Irish twist. Replace the gin with Irish Whisky to create this delicious cocktail.View recipe
Created in the 1920s by Harry MacElhone, owner of Harry′s New York Bar in Paris, the Monkey Gland is a gin-based cocktail made with orange juice, grenadine and absinthe.
Apparently, the cocktail was inspired by the experiments of Russian scientist Serge Voronoff. Long before Viagra, Voronoff was experimenting with various implants, the most famous of these was the grafting of monkey testicle tissue to human testicles. His hopes were to increase longevity, but his rather shocking technique only received considerable ridicule.View recipe
A two-ingredient cocktail – they don’t come much simpler than this! No fuss, no long list of ingredients; a fine cocktail none-the-less.View recipe
This recipe for a Coronation cocktail originates from Harry Craddock’s The Savoy Cocktail Book. Using dry and nutty fino sherry, cherry flavoured maraschino liqueur and dry vermouth, it is finished off with orange bitters and garnished with a piece of orange zest. Aromatic and warming, a delicious cocktail.View recipe
Named after the Ivy League college of the same name, the recipe for a Harvard Cocktail was first published by George Kappeler in his 1895 Modern American Drinks.View recipe
The Piccadilly is a distinctive cocktail that lovers of liquorice will especially enjoy.View recipe
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A Royal Fizz is a Gin Fizz, but with the addition of a whole egg.
The Dorian Gray is a rum-based cocktail that is both fruity and citrussy. Apparently, the cocktail takes its name from an Oscar Wilde novel.
The fresh basil leaves give the Gin Atomic Cocktail a distinctive yet very pleasant flavour. The addition of basil, better known for its savoury uses, adds a real summery aroma and vibe to this drink.