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Amaretto Sour

First take the lowball glass and rub the rim with a lemon slice, then dip it into bar sugar to frost the rim.Shake the amaretto and lemon juice together with ice until the shakers outside is frosted, then strain into a lowball glass with ice. ... ...

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Cotswold Mothers Ruin cocktail
Cotswold Mothers Ruin
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Devised by Emma, named by Fi and Billy Keene Pour the gin with the elderflower cordial over crushed ice in a highball glass. Top up with fizzy water ...
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Cotswold Basil Smash cocktail
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A take on the classic Gin Basil Smash, that utilises lime instead of lemon to complement the lime notes in the Cotswold Gin. Muddle the basil leaves ...
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Miss Cotswold Red cocktail
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A take on the classic Miss Ruby, but utilising the Cotswold Vodka for the spirit to give a clean crisp flavour profile. Shake all ingredients in a ...
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Colombia cocktail
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Named after the layering effect that the Colombian cocktail creates when taking the vodka and fruit juices with the Blue Curacao and Grenadine, this ...
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The Crocktail cocktail
The Crocktail
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This little number was created by Marin Nekic, award-winning Croatian barman and mixologist, to try and create Croatia's first national drink. The ...
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Danish Fly cocktail
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Combine all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Strain into a chilled highball glass with cracked ice. Garnish with a lemon twist and ...
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    By Suzanna H   |   Oct 15th, 2018

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