The Cocktails Must FlowCocktail Recipes
Pappy HoneysuckleBy The Cocktails Must FlowAn unusual fresh and fruity cocktail with honeyed sweetness, created by Shelim Islam at the GE Club, London, England, in 2002.
BrotherhoodBy The Cocktails Must FlowThe Brotherhood was created by Charles Joly, co-founder of Crafthouse Cocktails, a bottled cocktail company, which uses Irish and French spirits; the original recipe uses Michael Collins blended Irish whiskey.
St George & the DragonBy The Cocktails Must FlowA cocktail of unknown origin, but perfect for St George's Day.
ShamrockBy The Cocktails Must FlowOver 100 years old, the Shamrock appeared in Hugo R. Ensslin's 1917 Recipes for Mixed Drinks (2nd Edition) and then again in Harry Craddock's 1930 The Savoy Cocktail Book with only two small differences; Ensslin says to stir and garnish with an olive, while Craddock calls for it to be shaken and served with no garnish.
WeeskiBy The Cocktails Must FlowCreated by David Wondrich in 2014 in Brooklyn, New York City, USA. Originally made as a last minute "panic" drink, he named it "Weeski" as he thought it tasted like whiskey would if it were French and sounds like how they say "whiskey".
DublinerBy The Cocktails Must FlowA Manhattan variant but with the addition of orange bitters and Grand Marnier, which gives the drink a subtle orange flavor; created by Gary 'Gaz' Regan in New York, USA, in 1999.
Irish Old FashionedBy The Cocktails Must FlowAn Old Fashioned variant created by Jack McGarry, which uses Irish whiskey (specifically Jameson Black Barrel Irish Whiskey).
Irish MaidBy The Cocktails Must FlowA variant of the Kentucky Maid which replaces Kentucky bourbon with Irish whiskey, and muddled lemon wedges with muddled cucumber slices. Along with the elderflower liqueur, this makes for a floral and refreshing drink.
Green Tea ShotBy The Cocktails Must FlowAn easy to make shooter which uses to actual tea; it's name comes instead from the colour which looks similar to chilled green tea.
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The Cocktails Must FlowCocktail Recipes