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Mixology events cocktail making class drink Bakewell Fizz recipe

"Recreating the classic pairing of almond and cherry is possible thanks to Heering cherry liqueur and Disaronno amaretto, a spirit that despite its nutty flavour actually contains no nuts, being made instead from peach stones.."

Mixology events cocktail making class drink Bakewell Fizz recipe

How to make ...

Bakewell Fizz

This innovative and fun cocktail comes courtesy of a heavy helping hand from our Bar Manager, Saša. Containing some of the country’s favourite flavours in a familiar combination, this drink’s genius comes in the careful way it balances the sweetness of its main components.

Method

In a Boston glass or shaker, using a jigger to measure, combine the Disaronno, Cherry Heering, lemon juice and cranberry.

Fill shaker with cubed ice, seal, and shake vigorously for 12-15 seconds.

Add a splash of cream soda to the bottom of a Collins glass or high ball, enough to fill about an eighth to a quarter of the glass depending on taste.

Strain the rest of the drink over the cream soda. 

Fill glass two thirds with cubed ice and top with crushed ice.

Garnish with a straw and a lemon wheel.

Serve and enjoy!

Equipment

Shaker
Jigger/measure
Bar spoon
Elbow press
Hawthorne strainer
Cubed ice

History

Recreating the classic pairing of almond and cherry is possible thanks to Heering cherry liqueur and Disaronno amaretto, a spirit that despite its nutty flavour actually contains no nuts, being made instead from peach stones. These ingredients give the distinct Bakewell flavour but to offset their powerful sweetness we combine them with dry cranberry juice and tart, fresh lemon. 

Lastly, to give the drink its final fun flourish and eponymous fizz, we employ a splash of cream soda. This retro addition gives the light vanilla creaminess that helps this cocktail to mimic the flavours of its namesake so effectively. This is fast becoming one of our new favourite cocktails.

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Ingredients

35ml Disaronno 

10ml Cherry Heering

20ml Cranberry Juice

25ml Lemon Juice 

Cream Soda top 

Lemon Wheel garnish

Times:

Prep: 2 Minutes

Make: 30 Seconds

Total: 2 Minutes and 30 Seconds

Calories:

212 calories

Servings:

Serves 1

Method

In a Boston glass or shaker, using a jigger to measure, combine the Disaronno, Cherry Heering, lemon juice and cranberry.

Fill shaker with cubed ice, seal, and shake vigorously for 12-15 seconds.

Add a splash of cream soda to the bottom of a Collins glass or high ball, enough to fill about an eighth to a quarter of the glass depending on taste.

Strain the rest of the drink over the cream soda. 

Fill glass two thirds with cubed ice and top with crushed ice.

Garnish with a straw and a lemon wheel.

Serve and enjoy!

Equipment

Shaker
Jigger/measure
Bar spoon
Elbow press
Hawthorne strainer
Cubed ice

History

Recreating the classic pairing of almond and cherry is possible thanks to Heering cherry liqueur and Disaronno amaretto, a spirit that despite its nutty flavour actually contains no nuts, being made instead from peach stones. These ingredients give the distinct Bakewell flavour but to offset their powerful sweetness we combine them with dry cranberry juice and tart, fresh lemon. 

Lastly, to give the drink its final fun flourish and eponymous fizz, we employ a splash of cream soda. This retro addition gives the light vanilla creaminess that helps this cocktail to mimic the flavours of its namesake so effectively. This is fast becoming one of our new favourite cocktails.

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Recommended

This sweet and light crowd-pleaser is one of the four drinks you’ll get to make on our Autumn/Winter seasonal cocktail masterclasses. It also makes for a brilliant welcome drink for any private event.

Use the navigation bar on the right to check out the rest of the drinks we teach on our seasonal cocktail masterclasses – we design our classes to cover as wide a range as possible whilst using as many seasonal ingredients as we can to maximise flavour and watch our carbon footprint simultaneously. You can also use the tick boxes to have a browse of every single Autumn cocktail on our list if you wanted to try your hand at home using ingredients you’ll most likely find lying around your house.

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