Ted Saucier was the publicist for the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City. His 1951 cocktail classic book, Bottoms Up, features the Bernice cocktail.
The Sex on the Beach cocktail is a contemporary classic from the 1980s. There are as many recipe variations as there are speculations as to it’s true origins but we prefer this particular recipe which features cassis or Chambord.
The Cape Codder is named after a popular tourist destination in the US, renowned for growing cranberries.
Bring your cocktail kit to Christmas day this year and wow the relatives with these MUST TRY Christmas cocktails. Traditional Christmas ingredients including chocolate, orange and maple with hints of cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg will take you back to Grandma’s kitchen. Don’t forget to SHARE the Christmas spirit on socials!
The Russian Christmas adds some festive flavour to the traditional White Russian!! This cocktail is fantastic for an after dinner libation in front of a roaring fire.
Mixed with notes of elderflower, lemongrass and ginger, and garnished with fresh herbs, the Spring Cup is perfect for race-day tipples, or for sharing on lazy summer days and backyard barbecues.
The Bells & Whistles cocktail is featured on the cocktail menu at Potato Head in Bali, Indonesia. Rich & citrusy.
An orangey, very citrusy twist on a vodka sour. The original recipe calls for orange syrup but we’ve adapted the recipe by utilising orange curacao & sugar syrup.
A light, refreshing and super easy to drink sour. If you like it sweet, go heavy on the chambord. Don’t like vodka? Swap it out for a light rum.
The sugary sweet combination of blue curaçao and raspberry cordial make for an intriguing coloured cocktail.