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  • Buck's Fizz

    I'm looking for a written source for this cocktail. I am being led to believe that the use of Cherry Brandy en lieu of Grenadine is a very late (mr DeGroff) idea, and I can't find anything that talks about gin. But people seem to get awfully mixed up in whether it is the Buck's or the mimosa...
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Sune Urth on 8 Apr 2013
  • New cocktail concepts

    Hi I'm from a small bar called Canvas in Brisbane Australia and was keen to share our new martini technique and see if anyone else has his/her own method to make a classic/or popular cocktail. We are making our martini cocktail using what we call a nitro bath. Ok... just to make things clear, we're...
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Marco Nunes on 30 Mar 2011
  • Whisky Cocktails and History

    Hi All, I'm trying to find out a little more about the origin of whisky cocktails. Can anyone help me with more background on the these: 1. Old fashioned 2. Whisky Sour 3. Manhattan 4. Bobby Burns 5. Mint Julep 6. Rob Roy 7. Sazerac 8. Whisky Mac 9. Blood & Sand 10. Coronation 1937 Cocktail 11...
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Brooke on 5 Aug 2010
  • Whisky Cocktails and History

    Hi All, I'm trying to find out a little more about the origin of whisky cocktails. Can anyone help me with more background on the these: 1. Old fashioned 2. Whisky Sour 3. Manhattan 4. Bobby Burns 5. Mint Julep 6. Rob Roy 7. Sazerac 8. Whisky Mac 9. Blood & Sand 10. Coronation 1937 Cocktail 11...
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Brooke on 5 Aug 2010
  • Anybody have a great Champs-Elysees recipe?

    We are about to menu the Champs-Elysees at my bar. We have tried many recipes, including the original Savoy recipe and Zig Zag's published recipe. My staff generally prefers our own recipe which is as follows: 2 oz VSOP cognac .75 oz Yellow Chartreuse .5 oz lemon juice 2 dashes Ango Of course, green...
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Michael Bowers on 10 Jun 2010
  • Re: Italian inspired cocktails

    Just a couple ideas... don't know if they'll work for you: 1) It's not a twist on an Italian drink, but a slightly Italian twist on the Manhattan (hence the name) -- The "Little Italy". My girlfriend had one of these at the Tar Pit in LA, and we started making them at home. Basically...
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Will on 8 Feb 2010
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