The Sidecar is easy to make. A subtle touch of sweetness, sour but balanced high notes with complexity and richness from the cognac.
The Feeling Tipsy cocktail recipe features Laird’s Applejack and was first published prior to prohibition times then resurrected by Jim Meehan of PDT in New York.
Clementines have a a short season so make sure you snap this one up quick! Vodka and orange liqueur work well with this delicious citrus fruit.
The Sidecar is claimed to be first made in The Ritz Hotel in Paris and the cocktail recipe was first mentioned back in 1922 in “Harry’s ABC of Mixing Cocktails”.
The White Lady has a lot of similarities to a Sidecar – the key difference being the main ingredient, gin rather than brandy.
Start with a base red wine sangria recipe then start to experiment by using seasonal fruit or adding your favourite spirit as a base.
A super easy one to remember! This one has the right amount of sweetness from the Midori and Cointreau balanced with the tangy citrus of the lemon juice.
The secret to hiding the strong taste in this one, is the right amount of lemon juice! Of course, you can put full shots of each in just make sure you have a big enough glass.
Put that marmalade at the back of the cupboard to good use and mix up a delicious Breakfast Martini. An easy cocktail to create, consisting of only 4 ingredients.