The Cocktails Must FlowCocktail Recipes
Imperial FizzBy The Cocktails Must FlowThe Imperial Fizz (also called a Whiskey Fizz). A fizz style cocktail is one which uses water and sugar for the fizz, its "Imperial" title suggests a drink of superior quality and would traditionally have been made with a blended whiskey (if only because until the 1960s, blended whiskey is all anyone drank).
Whiskey DaisyBy The Cocktails Must FlowA classic Daisy variant which uses American whiskey.
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.
Corpse Reviver No. 2By The Cocktails Must FlowThe Corpse Reviver #2, as described in the Savoy Cocktail Book, is the most commonly drunk of the corpse revivers, and consists of equal parts gin, lemon juice, curaçao (commonly Cointreau), Kina Lillet (now usually replaced with Cocchi Americano, as a closer match to Kina Lillet than modern Lillet Blanc), and a dash of absinthe. This is the IBA offiical cocktail which uses Lillet Blanc.
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.
Brandy DaisyBy The Cocktails Must FlowThe Brandy Daisy is a classic coktail dating back to the mid/late 1800s; this version is the oldest known version from "Professor" Jerry Thomas.
The JournalistBy The Cocktails Must FlowPublished in Harry Craddock's 1930 The Savoy Cocktail Book.
Safe WordBy The Cocktails Must FlowA variant of the Last Word, created by Matt Lofink at Cure in New Orleans, USA, in 2022, which replaces maraschino cherry liqueur with white creme de cacao.
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The Cocktails Must FlowCocktail Recipes