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Old Maid

The Old Maid cocktail was invented by Sam Ross in 2004 at Milk & Honey

Scorpion Kick

Created by Dan Greenbaum at the now closed Diamond Reef (NYC) in 2017

London Calling

London Calling is a sour cocktail that was invented by bartender Chris Jepson at London cocktail institution Milk & Honey in 2002

Flying Colours

The Flying Colours cocktail is inspired by the ancient Hindu festival Holi, also known as the Festival of Colours

20th Century

The 20th Century is a classic gin sour cocktail created in 1937 by British bartender named C.A. Tuck

Sun & Moon

Refreshing enough to be enjoyed during the day but with enough kick to be enjoyed at night


The Infante is a simple twist on the Margarita that highlights how even the smallest changes to a cocktail recipe can have a huge impact on the overall flavour profile.

Honey Bee

The Honey Bee is a little known cocktail that first appeared in recipe form in the 1949 edition of...

Hanami Gimlet

“Hanami” is a Japanese phrase meaning “flower viewing” which is a traditional springtime custom in Japan

Green Bite

The Green Bite is a sour cocktail that is intended to taste a lot like taking a bite right out of a fresh, sour green apple.

Harvest Sour

The Harvest Sour is a simple yet effective twist ont he classic

Feast or Famine

Feast Or Famine - because you will only ever have too few or too many of this cocktail.

Mitch Martini

Created at the infamous Match Bar, London in 1997 by Giovanni Burdi.

La Toussaint

La Toussaint is inspired by the French national holiday of the same name which is celebrated every November 1st.

Malabar Punch

The Malabar Punch is an Indian summer inspired twist on the Silver Pineapple cocktail that was invented by Satan’s Whiskers (London, UK)

East 8 Hold Up

Created in 2010 by Kevin Armstrong at Milk & Honey, London the East 8 Hold Up is a certified modern classic and a bartender’s favourite.

Army & Navy

The Army & Navy cocktail is a twist on a non-traditional (no egg white) Gin Sour which is thought to have originated in the Army & Navy Club in Washington DC.

Amaretto Sour

The Amaretto Sour is a modern classic cocktail that emerged in the 1970’s when sweet Italian liqueurs were becoming hugely popular in the United States.


The Quaker is a fresh-tasting sour cocktail that was first published in Harry Craddock’s seminal The Savoy Cocktail Book in 1930.

La Malora

In Chiapas, the southernmost state of Mexico, they tell stories of La Malora (a shortened way of saying La Mala Hora or Evil Hour).


The Mosquito is a smoky and spicy cocktail invented by Sam Ross at Attaboy (NYC) in 2017.

Apple Boulevardier

The Boulevardier cocktail appears for the first time in famous bartender Harry McElhone’s 1927 book Barflies and Cocktails.

Mocktail Orchard Road

The Orchard Road is a simple yet delicious mocktail that is inspired by classic autumnal / fall flavours and the warming beverages traditionally enjoyed during this season i.e. mulled cider, wassail etc.

Vodka & Cranberry Blush

Sharing Cocktail. Click through for ingredients.


Beautiful Cocktail presented in Flavour Blaster Ice Cream Glass. Click through for ingredients and method.


The Snowball is a quintessentially British Christmas cocktail that was invented in the 1940s and bastardised in the 1970s

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