The Cocktails Must FlowCocktail Recipes
QuillBy The Cocktails Must FlowA Negroni variant which is much more than just a rise of absinthe suggests. Credited to Frank C. Payne of New York, USA, for creating it in the 1930s in the 1996 edition of Harry McElhone's classic cocktail book "Harry's ABC of Mixing Cocktails".
ContessaBy The Cocktails Must FlowA sweeter Negroni variant, which replaces the Campari for Aperol and uses dry vermouth in place of sweet, attributed to John Gertsen, Drink Bar, Boston, USA.
Sloe ScrewBy The Cocktails Must FlowAlso known as the "Slow Screw", this is a variant of the Scredriver which adds a shot of sloe gin.
Harvey WallbangerBy The Cocktails Must FlowThe Harvey Wallbanger is a variant of the Screwdriver, created in 1969 by the McKesson Imports Company, which enjoyed popularity in the 1970s. This cocktail benefits from using freshly squeezed orange juice.
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The Cocktails Must FlowCocktail Recipes