Devil's Share (Difford's)
This cocktail is really smooth on the toungue because of the maple syrup. The citrus from the lemon and sugar from the maple syrup give a great sour flavor profile. One of my favorites, mostly because of the maple syrup.
Ill assume that this delicious cocktails name is derived from its tropical flavors (Jamaican), and its mind numbing effects (Quaalude). With five spirits, and a bit of cream to blend it all together, this rich drink is a great dessert cocktail that will definitely keep the evening going. We hope youll try our featured cocktail, the Jamaican Quaalude!
Dopo Cena (Difford's)
Under the white head lies a dessert cocktail with aromatic cherry and marzipan flavours.
Jack-O-Monk Milkshake (Beta)
A nice creamy pumpkin spice milkshake with a hint of coffee and hazelnut.
Hot Toddy with Cognac and Lemon (Difford's)
Warms the cockles with cognac and a good dose of citrus.
A really simple Mexican toddy. The agave nectar and tequila really give it a different flavor then you normal toddy.
Strawberry Daiquiri (Difford's)
#23 in Top 100
A popular drink in Cuba where it is known as a Daiquiri de Fresa.
Gin Sour (Difford's)
#28 in Top 100
This 4:2:8 formula is a tad sourer than the classic sour proportions of 3:4:8: three-quarter part of the sour ingredient (lemon juice), one part of the sweet ingredient (sugar syrup) and two parts of the strong ingredient (gin).
Not your typical daiquiri, it tastes just like when you bite into a ripe white peach in the middle of summer.
Moscow Mule (Hab und Gut)
My favourite cocktail. I can't tell you how much I love this one. Made right, this warms the cockles and makes you want another!
Rusty Nail (IBA)
#35 in Top 100
The liqueur smooths and wonderfully combines with Scotch whisky. The proportions of Scotch to Drambuie vary wildly and are a matter of taste. However, somewhere around 3:1 appears to be preferred by most.