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A Sea Breeze is similar to an Arizona Breeze, but contains vodka rather than gin. It is also a little sweeter, with more cranberry juice. Serve it in a tall glass with a slice of lime for a taste of summer.View recipe
Not out of this world, the Sputnik is a tasty cocktail nevertheless, gaining an interesting aromatic flavour from the Fernet Branca.View recipe
Apple Strudel CocktailView recipe
The Eden is a well-balanced and fruity cocktail that is sure to be a crowd pleaserView recipe
Cocktail snobs probably won′t consider the Dr Zhivago a cocktail! However, those partial to Dr Pepper are sure to love it.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
This exquisite green cocktail is a twist on a classic Bellini, using kiwi and lime in place of the traditional peach purée.View recipe
A Smokey Joe isn’t just a barbeque, it’s also a cocktail – but with no smoke!View recipe
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 preferView recipe
A Nutty Russian is a vodka-based cocktail that also uses coffee and hazelnut liqueurs. It’s smooth, rich and totally moreish and very potent!View recipe
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The Arizona Breeze is a tarter and dryer version of the Sea Breeze cocktail. It’s super easy to rustle up, no fancy ingredients in sight.
A Mint Julep is a Bourbon based cocktail that also contains sugar syrup, crushed ice, and of course, fresh mint. It is thought that the Mint Julep originated in the southern United States, during the eighteenth century.
Traditionally, spearmint is the mint of choice used in a Mint Julep, especially if you come from Kentucky. However, there are plenty of recipes that just call for the use of mint leaves, not specifically spearmint.
The same ingredients as a Rob Roy, just different measurements.