Cocktails

If you want to impress your friends with your skills as a mixologist and some cocktail knowledge that’ll bend ears as well as elbows, then you’re in the right place! We’ve rediscovered some classics, and invented a few of our own. Give them a go, and let us know how it shakes out.

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Whisky Sour

Whisky Sour

Whisky SourIngredients 50ml Bourbon 35ml freshly squeezed lemon juice 12ml sugar syrup 1/2 egg white To garnish: Cherry or Orange slice  MethodPut all the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake hard for 20 seconds. Strain into a glass (over ice if...

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Aperol Spritz

Aperol Spritz

Aperol SpritzIngredients 50ml aperol 100ml prosecco Soda water/fizzy water to top up To garnish: a slice of orange or a sprig of rosemary  MethodAperol Spritz is a fantastically easy cocktail and a perfect thirst quencher for a hot summer's day. Take a large...

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Manhattan

Manhattan

ManhattanIngredients 50ml bourbon 25ml sweet vermouth 1 dash angostura bitters To garnish: 1 maraschino cherry  MethodStir the ingredients in an ice-filled mixing glass. Stir, and then strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with the cherry and serve.Here is a...

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Gin & Tonic

Gin & Tonic

Gin & TonicIngredients 50ml London Dry gin 150ml tonic water Method Pour the gin into a glass over ice. Add the tonic water. Serve with your preferred garnish. For an extra kick and a burst of flavour - use a simple trick from behind the bar of the Traveller's...

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Sexy Greek

Sexy Greek

Sexy GreekIngredients 25ml Ouzo 175ml freshly squeezed orange juice To garnish: a slice of orange  MethodThe Sexy Greek is super easy to make and really refreshing on a hot Summer's day. Make sure you use fresh orange juice - it makes all the difference. Combine...

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Basil Smash

Basil Smash

Basil SmashIngredients 60ml gin 25ml freshly squeezed lemon juice 10ml sugar syrup 10 fresh basil leaves MethodTo be true to the original recipe by German, Jorg Meyer, you should place 9 basil leaves (leaving 1 for decoration), the lemon and sugar syrup into a Boston...

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