Created by Grant Collins, Head Mixologist of [Olio Kensington St|https://olio.kensingtonstreet.com.au/] and originally posted on Cocktail Kit: [Blood Orange Negroni|http://blog.cocktailkit.com.au/make-blood-orange-negroni-cocktail-recipe/]
142 days ago I committed to drinking a cocktail every day and vlogging my adventure. I’m not even half way through and I’ve made 33 gin cocktails, used 7 different types of rum, picked 39 sprigs of mint, tasted 9 different coffee cocktails and drunk 3 bottles of Campari.
Drambuie’s intriguing spices and honey play an integral role in this simple recipe. Personally I like it a little sweeter so I’m a little more heavy handed with the Drambuie.
The Sidecar is easy to make. A subtle touch of sweetness, sour but balanced high notes with complexity and richness from the cognac.
The Japanese cocktail stays true to the original definition of a cocktail – spirit, bitters and sweetener. Originally developed to commemorate a Japanese dignitary’s visit to NY.
One of the most popular and simplest riffs on a traditional Old Fashioned – who doesn’t love Maple syrup!?
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The combination of house-made spiced mandarin syrup and Dom Benedictine’s 27 botanicals result in a complex & spicy cocktail.