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Apple of My Eye

Introducing a delicious concoction combining a traditional Bolivian spirit Singani made from muscat of Alexandria grapes, walnut liqueur, yellow Chartreuse, honey, fresh lemon, apple and pear juice. Full of fruit flavours, with a distinct nutty aftertaste makes it a perfect… Continue Reading →

Blush & 10

Ingredients 25ml Gin 50ml Rose Vermouth Tonic Water to top up Lime Wedge Teaspoon dried Hibiscus Method Add gin, rose vermouth and dried hibiscus to a glass filled with ice Give it a stir Top up with tonic and garnish… Continue Reading →

How to Create Coral Garnish For Cocktails

There is no doubt that a stunning cocktail garnish draws people‚Äôs attention and can easily increase sales in your bar or restaurant and is also the perfect way to create a unique event experience when the drinks are designed around… Continue Reading →

Mezcal Margarita

Ingredients 50ml Mezcal 25ml Cointreau 25ml Fresh Lime Juice 7.5ml Agave Syrup Method Shake all ingredients over ice Fine Strain into a glass Garnish with a dehydrated lime wheel

Mint Julep

Ingredients 12 Mint Leaves 60ml Bourbon 10ml Sugar Syrup Method Add all the ingredients with crushed ice into the glass Churn for about 30 sec Garnish with a mint sprig SaveSave SaveSave

The Forbidden Fruit

Ingredients 35ml Calvados 15ml Suze Liqueur 25ml Cloudy Apple Juice 2 teaspoons of Mincemeat 2 dashes Peycheauds Bitters 25ml Aspall Imperial Vitage Cider Method Shake all of the ingredients except cider over ice Fine strain into a tumbler glass Top… Continue Reading →

Give Peas a Chance

Ingredients 45ml Hendriks Gin 15ml Cocchi Americano 25ml Sugar Snap Pea&Mint Shrub 20ml Lime Juice Method Combine all the ingredients in the shaker Shake with cubed ice Fine strain in a coupe glass Garnish with a fresh snap pea boat

Home made tonics: Improving Your Event Experience

Making your own Tonic Syrup is not as hard as you may think and the results can be extremely beneficial just as much for yourself as for your customers. Being able to create different varieties of tonics allows you to… Continue Reading →

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