The Cocktails Must FlowCocktail Recipes
PétanqueBy The Cocktails Must FlowCreated by Andrew Bohrer from Mistral Kitchen in Seattle, USA, it uses Spanish Fino Sherry, Italian Ameretto, Creole Bitters from the USA and French absinthe, all under a French name which means "bowling"
PaycheckBy The Cocktails Must FlowCreated in 2017 by Jens Küpperbusch, Essen, Germany; unless you already have Earl Grey infused London Dry Gin, this cocktail needs an hour preparation, but is worth the wait.
ChrysanthemumBy The Cocktails Must FlowA classic cocktail originally dating back to before 1917 where it appeared in Hugo R. Ensslin's 1917 Recipes for Mixed Drinks. It may be named by a 1904 piece by Scott Joplin, the famous ragtime composer and pianist which was released on record in 1916.
Absinthe RitualBy The Cocktails Must FlowThe traditional French way of drinking absinthe; a simple combination of absinthe, sugar, water and, most of all, time to wait for the louche effect to take place.
DorflingerBy The Cocktails Must FlowA pre-Prohibition cocktail named for Christian Dorflinger of White Mills, Pennsylvania, who was famed for creating fine glassware.
Fairy CreamBy The Cocktails Must FlowA creamy, chocolatey, indulgent after-dinner cocktail created by Dick Bradsell, London, in 2010, which includes absinthe.
Arsenic & Old LaceBy The Cocktails Must FlowNamed after a 1939 play by Joseph Kesselring which opened in January 1941 and was later made into a movie of the same name starring Cary Grant (1944).
Death in the AfternoonBy The Cocktails Must FlowDeath in the Afternoon, also called the Hemingway Champagne or simply the Hemingway, is a cocktail made up of absinthe and Champagne, invented by Ernest Hemingway, the famed American novelist.
Moonshine MartiniBy The Cocktails Must FlowThe modern Moonshine Martini is adapted from a recipe in Henry Craddock's The Savoy Cocktail Book, published in 1930.
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The Cocktails Must FlowCocktail Recipes