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This cocktail was created by the late bartender and mixologist Dick Bradsell. Dick was highly regarded in his field and managed to turn cocktail making into an art. His ability to blend, balance and pair tastes to create the perfect drink was remarkable.View recipe
The White Cocktail is made with anisette (anis), an anise-flavoured colourless liqueur that is popular in Mediterranean countries.View recipe
The H.P.W was created by the famous bartender “Charlie”, who worked in the Racket Club, New York. He named it after one of the club’s prominent millionaire members, Harry Payne Whitney. It is similar to the Velocity cocktail, but the amount of each ingredient is reversed.View recipe
Similar to the H.P.W, but the amount of each ingredient is reversed. The velocity is heavy on the gin, whereas the H.P.W is heavy on the vermouth.View recipe
A gin-based cocktail that also contains vermouth, cherry brandy and fruit syrup. The Rose was a popular cocktail in 1920s Paris and is said to have been created by Johnny Mitta, barman at the Chatham Hotel in Paris.View recipe
This recipe was created by Fred Faecks in 1914 and is very similar to a perfect martini. The orange bitters and grenadine syrup give the cocktail sweetness and depth.View recipe
Created in the 1920s by Harry MacElhone of Ciro’s Club in honour of Princess Mary’s wedding to Lord Lascelles in 1922.View recipe
One of the more lesser known classic cocktails, the Paradise is sweet and fruity and makes a great pre-dinner summer drink.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
The Bloodhound is a simple cocktail that is surprisingly dry and very potent. Made with fresh raspberries, gin, dry vermouth and sweet vermouth, it makes a great party cocktail.View recipe
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The Jersey Sour is a delicious cocktail that uses Calvados as the main ingredient.
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.
Cocktail snobs probably won′t consider the Dr Zhivago a cocktail! However, those partial to Dr Pepper are sure to love it.