CLOISTER

Cloister

The Cloister originated in 1971 where it was first featured in the Playboy Bartender’s Guide. Gin is combined with Yellow Chartreuse, a honeyed herbal liqueur, and a flavourful combination of citrus.…

Yellow Bees Knees

Yellow Jacket (Bees Knees riff)

The original Yellow Jacket cocktail is considerably different to this Bees Knees riff. Although they do share one ingredient - yellow chartreuse.…

Yellow Jacket Tequila

Yellow Jacket

The reposado tequila is accompanied by honeyed, herbal characteristics from the yellow chartreuse and notes of sweet elderflower.…

Death Flip

The unlikely pairing of ingredients would most likely scare off the most timid of consumers yet the flip seems to subdue the wildly trio.…

Yellow Smash Cocktail

Yellow Smash

The Yellow Smash was created Munich by Klaus St. Rainer of the “Goldene Bar”. It is a typical smash cocktail - a sour made with fresh herbs to impart more flavour, depth, colour and aroma.…

Mezcal Cocktail Recipe

Pearl of Puebla

Pearl of Puebla cocktail is a Mexican rendition on Audrey Saunder's French Pearl. Using mezcal in place of gin. Complex with smoky, honeyed citrus and plenty of herbal notes.…

Electric Circus Cocktail

Electric Circus

The Electric Circus was created at North Carolina’s Little Jumbo. It's a unique riff on the Last Word utilising Midori melon liqueur. The sweet green liqueur is accompanied with tart citrus and herbal notes.…

Yellow Chartreuse Daisy

Chartreuse Daisy

The Chartreuse Daisy is a simple variation on a classic formula. The classic Daisy recipe is tweaked by using a base of sweet, herbal Yellow Chartreuse alongside raspberry syrup.…

Alaska Cocktail Recipe

Alaska

The Alaska was first mentioned in print in The Savoy Cocktail Book by Harry Craddock (published in the 1930s). A delicious, sweet yet complex and herbal variation on a classic martini.…

Naked and Famous Cocktail

Naked and Famous

The Naked and Famous cocktail is "the bastard love child of a classic Last Word and a Paper Plane, conceived in the mountains of Oaxaca.". First created at the well renowned New York City bar, Death & Co.…