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).
A bracingly strong fall cocktail, appropriately named
The world’s most popular cocktail even has its own namesake glass and hundreds of variations. This one is the classic.
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.
The RAINBOW PARADISE cocktail seeks to incorporate the various colours of the rainbow flag which reflects both the immense diversity and the unity of the LGBTQ community.
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.
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.