The Cocktails Must FlowCocktail Recipes
Mary PickfordBy The Cocktails Must FlowWidely credited to Eddie Woelke, the Mary Pickford is a rum-forward cocktail named for the silent movie actress of that name.
Greta GarboBy The Cocktails Must FlowNamed after famed Hollywood actress, Greta Garbo, the origins of this cocktail are unknown. It was included in David A. Embury's 1948 Fine Art of Mixing Drinks. The Greta Garbo is a clean variant of the Daquiri with notes of aniseed and maraschino cherry.
Manhattan (Sweet with Bitter Chocolate)By The Cocktails Must FlowCreated by Simon Difford in 2017 at the Cabinet Room, London, England. Despite the name, it is a dry spiritous cocktail; the "sweet" refers to the use of sweet vermouth.
Red HookBy The Cocktails Must FlowA Manhattan variant, which uses rye whiskey, maraschino liqueur and Punt e Mes, an Italian vermouth whose name translates to “point and a half,” referring to the bottle containing one point of sweetness and one point of bitterness.
Coronation Cocktail No.1By The Cocktails Must FlowRecipe adapted from The Savoy ocktail Book, 1930, by Harry Craddock, but the cocktail first appeared in Charles S. Mahoney's 1905 The Hoffman House Bartender's Guide.
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.
Hunter CocktailBy The Cocktails Must FlowA cocktail of unknown origin, but was popularised by Ueno recommending it at his High Five bar in Ginzo, Tokyo, Japan.
The Last WordBy The Cocktails Must FlowThe Last Word is a gin-based Prohibition-era cocktail originally developed at the Detroit Athletic Club, but eventually fell out of favour.
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The Cocktails Must FlowCocktail Recipes