The Comte de Sureau Cocktail (engl. Count of Elder) was created in 2007/08 at Le Lion Bar in Hamburg, Germany. Sprays of orange and lemon zest oils help delicately balance this bittersweet aperitivo, fittingly known by many as the Elderflower Negroni.
The Division Bell cocktail is a mezcal inspired variation of the Last Word with a refreshing, spirit-forward blend of ingredients. The cocktail was created in 2009 by Phil Wardat at Mayahuel, New York City, USA.
The Bacardí Cocktail was originally the same as the Daiquiri, containing Rum, lime juice and sugar. The Grenadine version of the Bacardí Cocktail originated in the US, while the original non-red Bacardí company recipe originated from Cuba.
The Bobby Burns cocktail is a Whisky cocktail composed of Scotch, Vermouth and Bénédictine liqueur. The original recipe comes from the 1900 edition of Fancy Drinks, published by Bishop & Babcock where it is called the “Baby Burns”. The drink is named for Robert Burns, the Scottish poet, but is not considered a national drink in the way the Rusty Nail is.
The Godmother cocktail is similar to the Godfather cocktail, which is a 1970s-era drink, named for the popular film “The Godfather” and which is often made with equal parts of Whiskey and Amaretto. The Godmother cocktail uses Vodka in place of Whiskey, which offers a completely different taste experience.
The Gimlet is a classic cocktail. The short drink consists of just two ingredients: Gin and Lime Juice Cordial. The Gimlet was first drunk in the British Royal Navy towards the end of the 19th century, but remained largely irrelevant outside of England. It then became widely known as the favorite cocktail of private investigator Philip Marlowe’s client Terry Lennox.
60 ml/ 2 oz. Gin
20 ml/ ⅔ oz Lime Juice cordial (sweetened lime juice)
1 dash of freshly squeezed lime juice
Add all ingredients into a shaker with ice and shake.
The Reggae Rum Punch cocktail ist the most popular punch in Jamaica, where it is sold under different names with slightly varying ingredients. It always contains orange, pineapple and most importantly, overproof Rum. This recipe combines sweetness, potent Rum and generous fruit.
The Nymph cocktail recipe first appeared in William James “Billy” Tarling’s Café Royal Bar Book in 1937, where this cocktail is credited to “A. F. Lawrence”. The cocktail has just enough apricot to add flavor and richness to a balanced backbone of Canadian Whiskey and flavored wine.
45 ml/ 1 ½ oz. Canadian Whisky
22,5 ml/ ¾ oz. Lillet Blanc
7,5 ml/ ¼ oz. Apricot Brandy liqueur
1 dash of Angostura bitters
Pour all ingredients into a mixing glass filled with ice cubes.
The Fitzgerald cocktail is a simple, refreshing Gin cocktail that’s a great way to ease people into gin drinks. The recipe comes from legendary bartender Dale DeGroff, back when he was working at the Rainbow Room in New York in the early 1990s.