Our French 75 cocktail recipe was very popular on the Discover Rutland Facebook page, so we sent them some more recipes! They’ve created the hashtag #RutlandSteadyCocktails to compliment #RutlandSteadyCook and the fabulous recipes from our local eateries and food shops, […]
One of our go-to cocktails is the classic Martini, with gin, dry vermouth, bitters and a twist of lemon. In a mixing glass half-filled with ice, stir 3oz gin – a London Dry Gin is recommended – and 0.5oz dry […]
This is a delicious cocktail from the 1930s and gave Lisa the chance to use the lovely Calvados from her travels to Normandy last November. Into a shaker half-filled with ice add: 1 oz Calvados (or Applejack)1 oz gin1 oz […]
Such a classic, which is perfect for late summer and autumn as the blackberries start to ripen… You’ll need:2oz gin – London Dry Gin is recommended1oz lemon juice0.5oz sugar syrup0.5oz crème de mure (or crème de cassis)crushed icelemon slice and […]
A new recipe for our sunny bank holiday in the garden…
Tonight we welcomed the New Year in the only way we know how… with cocktails!!
We didn’t quite have the ingredients for a classic Floradora, so we put our own twist on this one…
Birthdays mean cocktails in my house! While I usually stick to the classics at home, a ‘significant’ birthday needed a little more thought…
Friday was the French 75 Christmas Cocktail Party… here’s our festive cocktail menu and recipes for 2016!
When we were coming up with ideas for our blog we struggled a bit… could we name ourselves after our favourite cocktail?!