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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 word “Meehoulong” apparently means “Fire Eating Devil” in Chinese. Why it was named this is unclear, but it’s a great tasting cocktail. It’s like a lollipop that is both sweet and sour, with a hint of citrus.View recipe
The Blackthorn is a very old cocktail that uses sloe gin. In recent years sloe gin has made a revival and this tasty cocktail will certainly put it to good useView recipe
A drink typically drunk in the winter; give sloe gin a kick with this sloe gin fizz cocktail.View recipe
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A sweet and creamy cocktail made with rum and vodka. It is typically whipped to a froth like a milkshake and then poured over ice in a Collins glass. The Orange Whip is a rather moreish cocktail that found a resurgence in popularity after it was included in the film "The Blues Brothers". Some recipes call for the addition of an egg white, see what you prefer
Certainly not for everyone, a Devil’s cocktail is a mixture of Cognac and Crème de Menthe. Not the prettiest, a muddy green drink that could be confused for dirty pond water!
The Country Breeze is a gin-based cocktail that is flavoured with crème de cassis and apple juice.