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Fallen Leaves makes the perfect Autumnal cocktail, with its rich and delicate flavour that is derived from the aged apple brandy. As the temperature starts to fall like the leaves outside, reach for this warming seasonal cocktail.View recipe
The Metropole cocktail originates from the hotel of the same name, that used to be situated just off Time Square. The Hotel Metropole was a rather seedy establishment with a very eclectic mix of clientele. The drink is somewhat dark and moody and a touch dry and dates from around the 1800s.View recipe
Drinking these won’t guarantee you will stay looking youthful, but after a few, you certainly won’t care!View recipe
A complex cocktail that contains a lot of strong flavours but actually works surprisingly well.View recipe
There are several versions of the Turf Cocktail, the one we particularly like dates back the furthest and was a Harry Johnson creation. A complex mix of flavours that actually works exceedingly well.View recipe
There are so many differing recipes for a Sunshine cocktail, here is just one……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
A Perfect Martini is a classic, elegant cocktail that mixes gin with dry vermouth. Simple yet sophisticated, stirred together with ice and then strained into a chilled glass.View recipe
This cocktail is actually named “Perfect”, but whether it is your perfect cocktail, you will have to make it and see.View recipe
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Created in 2008 by Simon Difford, the Biggles Aviation is a take on the popular Aviation, but with a gingery twist.
The Queen’s Cocktail is similar to a Perfect Martini, but with the addition of pineapple juice.
The Clover Club is an official International Bartenders Association cocktail made of gin, raspberry syrup, lemon juice and an egg white, that dates back to 1896. The egg white doesn’t add any flavour, it just provides the drink with a rather extravagant foamy head.