We vote Yea! for this smoky sipper.
The Maple Leaf is a simple riff on the classic Whiskey Sour template.
Living on the edge – of sweet and sour.
It’s the Chartreuse that makes this drink special.
A simple sour with a modern twist.
The Hunter’s Moon is an exceptional sour – for people who don’t like sours.
Very, very tasty. (If you like Islay Whisky and Maple syrup).
This is a delicious, apple influenced drink for autumn.
The Salty Dog was created as a variation of the Greyhound cocktail from that era when the actor George Jessel added a salt rim sometime in the 1950s, as a way to balance the bitterness of the grapefruit – or mask bad gin.
The Bee’s Knees is a Prohibition-era cocktail. The name is a popular slang expression used to denote something excellent or outstanding. It’s a simple extension of the classic Gin Sour (gin, lemon, sugar) that features honey instead of sugar.