Queen’s Tipple Recipe

The Queen’s Tipple is made with Red Dubonnet and Gin. Also known as the Queen’s Favourite Drink (I am referring to Queen Elizabeth here), the cocktail was passed down by her mother. To match the what the Queen drinks, you should use French Dubonnet, which has less Alcohol than American Dubonnet. French Dubonnet is also

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Knickerbocker Martini

A Knickerbocker Martini is Gin Martini with both sweet and dry vermouth added. The Vermouth flavours dominate this Martini, however the Gin Botanical flavours still shine through. What’s the Difference between a Knickerbocker Martini and Perfect Martini? The main difference between a Knickerbocker Martini and Perfect Martini is that a Knickerbocker contains 1/2 ounce more

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Blenton Martini

A Blenton Martini is a Gin Martini with a dash of Angostura bitters. To make a Blenton combine Gin and Dry Vermouth in a Cocktail Strainer full of ice. Shake and strain into a Martini glass add a dash or two of Angostura bitters and garnish with a lemon twist. The bitters makes the Blenton

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French 75 Cocktail

The French 75 is a classic cocktail that combines the sweet, bitter and tart flavors of Gin and lemon juice with the subtle complexity of champagne. The result is a refreshing drink with a crisp finish that leaves you satisfied. If you are looking to class up your Christmas Party or Wedding Reception, look no

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Singapore Sling Recipe

A Singapore Sling is made with Gin, Cherry Brandy, Cointreau, Lime Juice, Pineapple Juice, Soda Water and Grenadine. A traditional Singapore sling will also have a quarter ounce of Bénédictine, which is an herbal liqueur that is sweetened with honey. A Singapore Sling tastes like a boozy tropical punch as it features flavours of orange,

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