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A cocktail created in honour of Che Guevara, famous for his role in the Cuban Revolution. A sweet and tropical drink that smells as good as it tastes.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
A sweet and juicy cocktail combining apple brandy and pineapple juice with a hint of spiceView recipe
A simple yet delicious summery cocktail that will prove a hit at any party.View recipe
The Cinderella is a fruity and delicious sparkling mocktail that makes a fabulous non-alcoholic garden party drink.View recipe
A Pineapple Fizz is a refreshing mocktail with just 5 ingredients that you can rustle up in minutes. It’s a delicious sparkling fruit drink that is sure to be a hit at any summer party.View recipe
The Queen’s Cocktail is similar to a Perfect Martini, but with the addition of pineapple juice.View recipe
A Zombie is a cocktail made of rum, liqueur and fruit juices and first appeared in America in 1934. It increased in popularity soon after the 1939 New York World′s Fair and is still ordered around the world today.View recipe
This mocktail is a great summer drink that has a lovely purple hue. Sweet and fruity, it’s sure to be a hit with the children too.View recipe
The French Martini was invented in the 1980s in a Keith McNally′s New York City bar. The key ingredient that makes it a "French" Martini is the inclusion of a raspberry liqueur that has been produced in France since 1685.View recipe
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Little is known about the origin of the Blenton cocktail, other than it was popular amongst the officers of the British Navy and was traditionally made with Plymouth Gin.
The Old Fashioned cocktail is a whisky based drink that is made by muddling sugar with bitters and then adding the alcohol. It is traditionally served in a short tumbler, called an Old Fashioned glass, named after the drink. It is garnished with a twist of citrus zest.
The drink was developed during the 19th century and given its name in the 1880s and is an International Bartenders Association official cocktail.
The Paloma is a tequila-based cocktail that is very popular all over Mexico. Its history is unclear, but some credit Don Javier Delgado Corona, owner of La Capilla bar in the town of Tequila, Mexico as its creator.
A mixture of tequila, grapefruit juice, fresh lime juice and sugar syrup, some Paloma recipes call for salt to be added to the rim of the glass.