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cocktails Winter warmers 2017
here’s more than a chill in the air, but luckily for your customers we have the perfect remedy – winter warming cocktails. They are easy to make and delicious too. Why not tempt your customers to try them – after all what better way to improve your take at the bar. Best of all they taste good too. Susan Young Editor
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BROCKMANS PLUM DELICIOUS INGREDIENTS • 40ml Brockmans Gin • 25ml Calvados • 25ml Apricot Liqueur • Orange bitters • 2 Plums
METHOD Add all the ingredients and muddle with 2 fresh plums in a shaker and add a dash of orange bitters. Shake over ice, strain into a tumbler filled with a large ice ball.
GARNISH A thin slice of plum.
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By Test the Best Cadenheadâ€™s Old Raj Gin is distinctive in that it contains a measure of saffron, the rare and costly spice derived from the crocus flower. In addition to a slightly spicy flavour, this also imparts a pale yellow colour to Old Raj. The addition of saffron is undertaken personally by the Company master blender in order to ensure a consistency in flavour and colour each time Old Raj is bottled. Available at 46% and 55% ABV.
Cadenheadâ€™s Whisky Shop 172 Canongate, Royal Mile, Edinburgh, EH8 8BN Tel: 0131 556 5864
Café Courvoisier Espresso Martini INGREDIENTS • 5ml Courvoisier VSOP • 15ml coffee liqueur • 30ml cool fresh coffee • 10ml sugar syrup
METHOD Shake and fine strain into a martini glass.
GARNISH Garnish with 3 coffee beans / chocolate dusting.
The Perfect Storm INGREDIENTS • 50ml Kraken Rum • 350ml Ginger Beer Ice: Cubed ice Glass: Long drink
METHOD Build over cubed ice. Mix well.
GARNISH Freshly squeezed lime wedges.
Any Port in a Storm INGREDIENTS • 35ml Kraken Rum • 25ml Port • 150ml Ginger Beer Ice: Cubed ice Glass: Tall glass
METHOD Build over cubed ice. Mix Well.
GARNISH Lime wedges.
INGREDIENTS • 35ml Kraken Rum • 25ml Port • 30ml Cream • 1 Egg • 20ml Simple Syrup.
METHOD Shake all ingredients hard, and strain into a chilled small wine glass.
GARNISH A little grated nutmeg.
The Laphroaig Penicillin INGREDIENTS • 50ml Laphroaig 10 Year Old • 25ml lemon juice • 15ml honey syrup • 10ml ginger syrup Ice: Cubed ice Glass: Rocks Glass
METHOD Add ingredients into a glass shaker then shake and strain into a rocks glass filled with cubed ice.
GARNISH With a lemon twist.
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Flemish Negroni INGREDIENTS • Copperhead Gin • Popped Kamut grain infusion • Marcanegra mezcal • Rinomato bitter aperitivo • Trappiste vermouth • Guarana bitters
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wild island gin and tonic INGREDIENTS • 50ml of Wild Island Botanic Gin • Lots of good cubed ice • 100ml of a clean, neutral tonic water (Fentimans or Fever Tree’s Naturally Light Tonic are very good) • Slice of fresh lemon • Twist of lemon peel • Sprig of mint
METHOD Add the ice to high ball glass followed by the gin. Add the lemon slice before pouring in the tonic and stirring gently.Finish with a twist of lemon peel and a sprig of mint for aroma. Serve and enjoy.
southside A classic early Prohibition-era cocktail named after the notorious South Side district of Chicago. More recently described as the “Gin Mojito” it requires just a few high quality ingredients and a citrus-led premium gin like Wild Island Botanic Gin is perfect.
INGREDIENTS • 50ml of Wild Island Botanic Gin • 25ml lime juice • 20ml sugar syrup • 8 mint leaves
METHOD Combine all ingredients in a shaker with plenty of ice and shake vigorously for 15 seconds. Double strain into a chilled coupe or champagne flute and garnish with a sprig of mint. Add soda to create the alternative “Southside Fizz”
hollow by the bay.’ It would remain in family hands for the next 139 years. One of its most famous patrons is Prince Charles and his distinctive coat of arms is carried on every bottle.
Created by Yvan Vindevogel, a famous Belgian pharmacist who was very interested in the healing aspects of gin. The name Copperhead not only highlights the copper alembic used for its production but also the Agkistrodon contortrix snake (AKA Copperhead) which is the pharmacies symbol of health
This super-premium 40% ABV English gin that brims with botanical and berry flavours, has always recommended the Brockmans Bramble as part of its repertoire.
Courvoisier® has come to embody the refined optimism and joie de vivre that defined the Paris Golden Age. In fact it was the selected cognac that toasted and celebrated the spectacular opening of the Eiffel Tower in 1889. It is also true that Courvoisier became Emperor Napoleon III’s official cognac.
The Kraken is one of the first black rums from the Caribbean blended with spices, including cinnamon, clove, ginger, nutmeg, vanilla & orange peel. Named for a sea beast of myth and legend, The Kraken is aged for around 2 years in ex American whiskey barrels, making a bold, rich, black and smooth liquid. While the smooth taste of the Kraken lends itself to be enjoyed as sipping rum, it can also be enjoyed as a key ingredient in traditional cocktails, or create a perfect storm by adding ginger beer and lime.
Donald and Alexander Johnston, founded their distillery on the Islay’s south coast in 1815. They called it Laphroaig after its location, ‘broad
DISARONNO is the world’s favourite Italian liquor and a symbol of Made in Italy for over 500 years. Featuring an original taste and unmistakable aroma, it stands out on the world stage with distribution in more than 160 countries. The Disaronno bottle has a unique design.
WILD ISLAND GIN
Many’s the gin brand that can boast of sourcing their botanicals from far-flung corners of the world, but hand-foraging them from Colonsay in the Inner Hebrides? Wild Island might just stand alone in that regard. Produced in traditional single copper pot stills, Wild Island has a strong citrus-ey character underpinned by a lemon base and a touch of lemon balm. lemon and a twist of lemon peel.
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