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Darjeeling Insignia cocktail
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Darjeeling Insignia
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Darjeeling Cricket Club - Dubai, United Arab Emirates. To reflect the DCC Crest we devised this shot to bowl over ...
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Darjeeling Cricket Club - Dubai, United Arab Emirates. To reflect the DCC Crest we devised this shot to bowl over ...
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Darjeeling Iced Tea cocktail
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Darjeeling Iced Tea
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Darjeeling Cricket Club - Dubai. Co-created by Etienne Visser and Stuart Matthewson, both members of DCC. ¾ fill ...
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Darjeeling Cricket Club - Dubai. Co-created by Etienne Visser and Stuart Matthewson, both members of DCC. ¾ fill ...
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Grapple cocktail
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Grapple
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I made this to test out the tanginess of apple offset by the sweetness of the raspberry and a sligh bitterness of Indian Tonic water. The name is ...
I made this to test out the tanginess of apple offset by the sweetness of the raspberry and a sligh bitterness of Indian Tonic water. The name is ...
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Berry Blush cocktail
Berry Blush
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Crush the raspberries with the sugar syrup in the bottom of a cocktail shaker. Get the raspeberries into a pulp to release as much of the juice as possible. Add the vodka and martini and shaker with ice. Once shaken double strain into a highball glass with ice, and add the orange juice. Stir the cocktail to mix together the ingredients before topping up with cranberry juice. Don't stir in the cranberry juice but let it create a slight two-tone effect. ...
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Alexander cocktail
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Alexander
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First seen in Hugo Ensslins 1915 book "Recipes for Mixed Drinks", this classic cocktail can now be seen the world over. Add all ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well for 10-15. Strain into cocktail glass.The version shown in the picture is an original Alexander but dusted with cocoa powder. ...
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Amaretto Sour cocktail
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Amaretto Sour
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First take the lowball glass and rub the rim with a lemon slice, then dip it into bar sugar to frost the rim.Shake the amaretto and lemon juice together with ice until the shakers outside is frosted, then strain into a lowball glass with ice. Garnish with an orange slice or maraschino cherry.This is the classic Amaretto Sour recipe, variations include using sugar syrup / bar syrup for a sweeter taste, or even egg white in some cases. As with all good cocktails, try the recipe to get a feel for what you are trying to create. ...
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Alabama Slammer cocktail
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Alabama Slammer
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Add all ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well for 10-15 until the outside of the shaker starts to frost up. Strain into highball glass with ice. A classic Alabama Slammer. ...
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Raspberry Martini cocktail
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Raspberry Martini
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In a cocktail glass muddle the 10 raspberries with the sugar syrup until youve got a nice pulp. Add in the vodka and chambord and shake with ice in a cocktail shaker.Strain into a Martini glass and server with a couple of raspberries on a stick. ...
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Hot Buttered Rum cocktail
Hot Buttered Rum
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A great classic that brings the feelings of the festive period to life. Add the butter, sugar, vanilla and the spices into the bottom of a coffee irish glass. Mix well then add some boiling water with the rum. Give it a good stir to combine then serve.This is a hot drink. ...
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Sidecar cocktail
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Sidecar
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A simple to make classic - the Sidecar. Add all the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake well until the outside of the shaker becomes frosted. Strain into a sugar-rimmed cocktail glass.Traditionally garnished with a strip of lemon rind. ...
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Brazilian Sunrise cocktail
Brazilian Sunrise
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Fill a highball glass with ice and add the vodka and apple sourz. Pour in the fizzy orange so that you mantain the vodka and apple sourz near the bottom. Finally drizzle the grenadine in to form a sunset look. Garnish with a pineapple slice and serve! ...
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Mojito cocktail
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Mojito
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Muddle the mint leaves with the sugar syrup and lime juice to release the oils from the mint leaves. Next fill up the glass with crushed ice and pour in the angostura bitter and the rum, top up with the soda water and give it a stir. The classic mojito loved the world over. ...
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Sambuca Coffee Frappe cocktail
Sambuca Coffee Frappe
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Shake all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well for 10-15 seconds or until the outside of the shaker becomes frosted. Strain into cocktail glass with a little ice. ...
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Cosmopolitan cocktail
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Cosmopolitan
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The origins of the cosmopolitan are somewhat disputed. It is likely that the drink was created independently by different bartenders since the 1970s. It is generally recognised that John Caine brought the drink to San Francisco around 1987 from the Midwest. The same year in Manhattan, the internationally recognised version of the cocktail was created by Toby Cecchini, based on a poorly described version of Cheryl Cook's creation. Shake all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker with plenty of ice until the outside of the shaker becomes frosted.Strain into a cocktail glass and garnish with a twist of lime. The classic Cosmopolitan. ...
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Vesper cocktail
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Vesper
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The drink was invented and named by fictional secret agent James Bond in the 1953 novel Casino Royale."A dry martini," [Bond] said. "One. In a deep champagne goblet.""Oui, monsieur.""Just a moment. Three measures of Gordon's, one of vodka, half a measure of Kina Lillet. Shake it very well until it's ice-cold, then add a large thin slice of lemon peel. Got it?" Shake all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well for 10-15 seconds or until the outside of the shaker becomes frosted. Strain into cocktail glass. ...
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