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drambuie honey sour cocktail recipe

Drambuie Honey Sour

Description A riff on the popular Sour and the oft-copied neo-classic Penicillin, Drambuie’s balance makes it easier to achieve the complexity of these two drinks, with its honey and spices complementing the silky mouth feel from the egg white. Flavour Spicy, Sour, Strong Occasion Sundowners, Night Cap, After-work, Social Drink Type Short On the Rocks, Modern, Classic, Apéritifs   Ingredients 11/2 part Drambuie 1 Egg…



Drambuie is a sweet, golden coloured 40% ABV liqueur made from scotch whisky, honey, herbs and spices. History The brand had been owned by the MacKinnon family for a hundred years but was bought by William Grant & Sons in 2014. It has been produced under contract at the Morrison Bowmore Distillers facility at Springburn…

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Batching Cocktails

BATCHING COCKTAILS Cocktails are the best and key ingredients to any good party. But if you want to spend more time in party mixing with people and being a good host, than batching out is the best option. here are few suggestions on how to streamline serving drinks to a thirsty crowd?. Just remember the word – CACTUS Check…



Aperol is a low-alcohol (11%) aperitif from Italy with an orange flavor. The Perfect Aperitif The name says it all: Aperol is the perfect aperitif. Bright orange in colour, it has a unique taste, thanks to the secret recipe, which has never been changed, with infusions of selected ingredients including bitter and sweet oranges and…

about cognac drink information


Cognac, named after the town of Cognac, France, is a variety of brandy. For a brandy to bear the name Cognac, its production methods must meet certain legal requirements. In particular, it must be made from specified grapes of which Ugni blanc, known locally as Saint-Emilion, is the one most widely used. Cognac matures in…

brandy-and-benedictine cocktail recipe

B & B

Type Cocktail Served With or without ice Standard drinkware  Snifter Commonly used ingredients 1 part cognac 1 part Bénédictine Preparation Combine and stir.   A “B and B” is made from equal parts of cognac (brandy) and Bénédictine. It is typically served on the rocks, but may also be served straight.