Our first cocktail is the Charente White Negroni. Not 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, which gives the drink its name; Charente is in the Cognac region of France.
Our second cocktail is the MasterMix. A Martini variant which replaces gin or vodka with Jagermesieter for a herbal bouquet which is a surprisingly good pairing for dry vermouth and a hint of bitters.
Our third and final cocktail is the Wallick. A classic cocktail named after The Wallick Hotel, New York City, New York, USA, where Hugo R. Ensslin worked for most of his working life. The Wallick cocktail first appeared in Ensslin’s 1916-17 Recipes for Mixed Drinks.
Our second cocktail is the Lillet Gin&Tonic. A crisp Gin & Tonic with floral and herbal notes from the Lillet Blanc.
Our first cocktail is the Enzoni, a summer Negroni variant created by Vincenzo Errico in 2001 at Match in London, England.
I got to thinking; is this a Negroni variant or a Campari sour?
Our third and final cocktail is the XXX which was named for the Pennsylvania farmers and distillers fight against the new US governments taxes on whiskey.
Our second cocktail is the The Duchess. Created by Simon Difford in 2018 at the Cabinet Room, London, England.