Charente White NegroniBy The Cocktails Must FlowNot just a variant of the Negroni, but also of the White Negroni. It was created by Matthias Lataille and Simon Difford in 2014 at the Cabinet Room in London, England. Half the gin is replaced with Cognac.Port in a StormBy The Cocktails Must FlowA dark, richly flavoured cocktail combining Ruby Port with Scotch whisky and a dash of cognac.AmpersandBy The Cocktails Must FlowThis cocktail first showed up in print in Albert Stevens Crocktett's 1934 Old Waldorf Bar days. SpitfireBy The Cocktails Must FlowThe Spitfire is a wonderful take on a brandy sour which uses peach and dry white wine to good effect. Champagne BowlerBy The Cocktails Must FlowA 1930s cocktail which uses both chardonnay white wine and champagne with cognac and fresh strawberries.Orange BruléeBy The Cocktails Must FlowA great-looking cream topped dessert cocktail created by Xavier Laigle in 2005 at the Var le Forum in Paris, FranceFrench MuleBy The Cocktails Must FlowA French variation of the Moscow MuleSuffering BastardBy The Cocktails Must FlowThe Suffering Bastard was created in Egypt at the Shepheard's Hotel. Bartender Joe Scialom who was looking to make a hangover drink for allied troops.CelebrationBy The Cocktails Must FlowCreated in by Devis D'Ercole in 2015 at Imperial Beach, San Benedetto del Tronto, Marche, Italy.