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The Golden Dream is an official International Bartenders Association drink made with Triple Sec and Galliano. It is traditionally drunk as an after-dinner cocktail and was particularly popular in the 1960s and 19070s. The Golden Dream originated at the Old King Bar in Miami and was first mixed by Raimundo Alvarez.View 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 Rum Runner was first created in the late 1950s, at the Holiday Isle Tiki Bar in Florida. A delicious cocktail containing rum, fruit juices and fruit liqueurs, it stirs up images of warm summer holidays and tropical climes.View recipe
The overriding flavour in the Tanglefoot cocktail is rum, with a lovely citrusy sharpness from the lemon to follow. The orange juice adds some sweetness to the drink and compliments the other ingredients perfectly.View recipe
The Pilgrim is a sweet and spicy rum-based cocktail that uses a fairly unusual ingredient, pimento liqueur. This is a traditional Jamaican liqueur that resembles the powdered allspice, that is widely used in cakes and desserts. Often drunk as an aperitif, the Pilgrim is an interesting drink that really isn’t like anything else.View recipe
The Harvey Wallbanger is thought to have been invented in the 1950s but its exact origins are not clear cut and there is much speculation and disagreement amongst historians. One thing is certain, it’s a cocktail that most people will have heard of, but few will know its content.View recipe
The Playmate is a delicious brandy-based cocktail that goes down very smoothlyView recipe
A Smokey Joe isn’t just a barbeque, it’s also a cocktail – but with no smoke!View recipe
Drinking these won’t guarantee you will stay looking youthful, but after a few, you certainly won’t care!View recipe
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The Planter′s Punch cocktail is an International Bartenders Association Official Cocktail with dark rum, juices, grenadine, sugar syrup, and Angostura bitters. It is said that the cocktail originated at the Planters Hotel in Charleston, South Carolina. The recipe for a Planter′s Punch was listed in the September 1878 issue of the London magazine Fun, and today many variations of this early recipe exist.
Nothing whatsoever to do with the British Broadcasting Corporation! BBC stands for Bénédictine, Brandy and Cream, a truly glorious combination. Rich and indulgent, the perfect cocktail to serve at dinner parties.
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.