The Caramel & Apple Martini exudes winter warmth, featuring caramel vodka, butterscotch schnapps and cloudy apple juice, garnished with a cinnamon-sugar rim.
This autumnal twist on a Martini features a classic combination of apple, lemon, vanilla and cinnamon, balanced with the icy dryness of vodka.
The Sidecar is a classic cocktail hailing from 1920’s Paris and was a favourite among the writers and artists that populated the city at the time.
This twist on the classic Negroni, retains the characteristic herbaceous, bitterness of the original but adds a rich smokey element by replacing the gin with mezcal.
This twist on the classic sidecar uses pear brandy in place of the usual cognac and pear liqueur in place of triple sec to make for a delicious sour-style cocktail.
This hugely popular cocktail has been an Italian favourite for decades, the rich, bitter complexity of this drink makes it a unique and moreish cocktail.
The Maple Leaf is a great choice for bourbon enthusiasts or those wanting a warming winter cocktail.
The Louis XIV makes a perfect after dinner drink and is a great choice as part of a warming autumn or winter menu.
The American cousin of the Negroni, The Boulevardier may only change one ingredient, but it makes for an entirely different drinking experience.
The Blood & Sand is a whisky cocktail that has been left behind in the recent cocktail resurgence and there is no real reason why that should be, it can stand up with the best of the classics.
A French staple, the Classic Champagne Cocktail consists of a single demerara sugar cube, soaked in angostura bitters, submerged in a shot of cognac and topped with champagne.