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  • ​Midori Illusion

    17th Sep 2020

    ​Midori Illusion

    Midori Illusion - a cracker of a drink that has earned the title of classic cocktail. With the weath…

  • ​Toasted S’mores Martini

    10th Sep 2020

    ​Toasted S’mores Martini

    This one will be a winner with chocolate and vodka lovers alike. Only liquor required is Baileys and…

  • Dad's Day Whisky Sour

    3rd Sep 2020

    Dad's Day Whisky Sour

    A classic cocktail for all the classic Dads - the whisky sour. An old favourite that never goes…

  • Hot Apple Pie Cocktail

    27th Aug 2020

    Hot Apple Pie Cocktail

    Apple pie with a kick! Fruity, sweet and a bit of extra spice from Fireball Cinnamon whisky add…

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