The smooth, malty sipper needs a little prep for the honey syrup and the Guinness reduction, but is well worth the effort.
It’s just a common Margarita – only with the very best ingredients, and a little special on-top.
This cocktail is a birthday tribute to Mahatma Gandhi, but seems equally appropriate today. Gandhi is often called “the father of non-violence”, and “the father of India”
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.
Just three simple ingredients make this refreshing non-alcoholic cocktail, and it’s perfect when you’re underage, like many graduates or just not drinking alcohol.
This is an ideal drink following a brisk tramp through the trees or during an afternoon stroll along the sidewalks of your favourite city. We …
A simple sweet brandy based drink to celebrate the reign of Queen Victoria.
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.
A tribute to our Mothers with a special garden fresh cocktail, The Sweet Basil.
If the confinement of the pandemic is beginning to wear on all our nerves, at least we can escape to A galaxy far, far away.