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The names and ingredients here are the ones accepted by the International Bartenders Association and Difford's Guide.
Sloe gin, Southern Comfort, amaretto and orange juice.
Dark rum, pimento liqueur, lime juice, grapefruit juice and sugar.
Gin, apricot brandy and Calvados.
Aperol, Prosecco and soda water. Pretty much identical to a Spritz Veneziano.
Bailey's Irish Cream,butterscotch schnapps, Goldschlager, rum and cinnamon. A very thin layer of rum is poured over the mixed ingredients with a sprinkling of cinnamon on top. When the rum is lit, the burning cinnamon produces a sparkling effect.
Gin, lemon juice and honey. A prohibition-era cocktail, the lemon and honey were added to mask the taste of sub-par bathtub gin.
Vodka and coffee liqueur.
Vodka, tomato juice lemon juice, Tabasco sauce, Worcestershire sauce and celery salt. Popular, with or without the vodka, as a "morning after" drink .
Scotch, boiling water and powdered sugar. The instructions for this drink were included in the first ever bartender's guide 'How to Mix Drinks' which was published in 1862. Two silver-plated tankards are warmed with hot water. The scotch is poured into one, the boiling water into the other. The whiskey is then lit and as it is burning, the two are combined by pouring from one tankard to the other several times. When done correctly this produces an impressive stream of flame.
Cognac, Curacao, maraschino liqueur, bitters and lemon juice
Champagne and orange juice. Named after the Buck's Club in London where it was invented in 1921.
Port, WKD Blue (a fruit-flavoured alcopop). Despite the name it does not contain Vimto.
Gin, lemon juice, raspberry juice and egg white.
Cognac, Calvados and sweet vermouth are the ingredients for a Corpse Reviver No 1. A Corpse Reviver No 2. consists of gin, curacao, vermouth and absinthe.
White rum, lime juice and cola.
Dry gin, dry vermouth, lime juice and olive brine.
Peach schnapps and orange juice. Add vodka and the drink becomes a Hairy Navel.
Absinthe, creme de menthe and water.
Galliano, triple sec orange juice and cream.
Absinthe, water, lemon juice, bitters and sugar.
Vodka, Galliano and orange juice. "Harvey Wallbanger" is CB radio slang for a drunk driver who drifts over multiple lanes from one shoulder of the road to the other.
White rum, maraschino liqueur, grapefruit juice and lime juice. A variation of the daquiri style drink invented for the author Ernest Hemmingway.
Brandy and ginger ale with an optional dash of bitters. Served with a very long twist of lemon.
Whisky, hot water, lemon juice, honey and cinnamon. Used as a cold and flu remedy, there are many adaptations to this basic recipe.
Irish whisky, hot coffee, cream and sugar.
Apple brandy, lemon juice and grenadine.
Ouzo, blue curacao, grenadine and lemonade.
Vodka citron, triple sec and lemon juice.
White rum, dark rum, Curacao, Orgeat syrup and lime juice.
White rum, maraschino liqueur, grenadine pineapple juice. Named after the film actress/producer and early Hollywood pioneer Mary Pickford.
Bourbon, powdered sugar, water and mint sprigs. Traditionally served in silver or pewter Julep cups which are then held by the rim or base in order to preserve the chill of the drink for as long as possible.
Gin, absinthe, grenadine and orange juice.
Vodka, ginger beer and lime juice. Traditionally served in a copper mug.
Bourbon or Rye, bitters and water mixed with a sugar cube.
White rum, cream of coconut, pineapple juice. Immortalised in the 1979 Rupert Holmes song "Escape (The Pina Colada Song)".
Gin grenadine and egg white.
Pisco, lime juice, syrup and egg white.
Dark rum, grenadine, sugar syrup, bitters, pineapple juice orange juice and lemon juice.
Brandy, port and egg yolk.
Scotch, sweet vermouth and bitters.
Gin or vodka and grapefruit juice. Served in a glass with a salted rim.
Vodka, cranberry juice and grapefruit juice.
Gin, Cointreau, Benedictine, cherry brandy, grenadine, pineapple juice, lime juice and bitters. Originated in the Long Bar at the iconic Raffles Hotel in Singapore.
Brandy, gin, lime cordial, bitters and ginger beer.
Tequila, grenadine and orange juice.
Gin, lemon juice, sugar syrup and soda water.
Bourbon, Cognac, Benedictine, sweet vermouth and bitters.
Vodka, peach schnapps and cranberry juice.
White rum, Galliano, triple sec and lime juice. Named after a popular 1950s Calypso song.
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