Delicious dessert flavours combine in this medley of cinnamon, vanilla and apple.
1 oz Courvoisier VS cognac
½ oz Galliano liqueur
3 oz apple cider (chilled)
Cinnamon stick, to garnish
Wet the rim of a rocks glass and roll rim in cinnamon sugar. Pour all ingredients into a shaker and shake vigorously. Add ice to the rimmed rocks glass and strain mixture over top. Garnish with a cinnamon stick or ground cinnamon.
If you don’t have hot apple cider, you can use fresh apple juice spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg.
The wonderful thing about cocktails is that you create them from scratch. The magic is created right in front of you and can be adjusted by the slightest splash of this or long pour of that. This week, we feature a cocktail that is all about combining flavours. Aged rum, subtle apricot, sweet vanilla, crisp apple, and fresh lime blend to make this incredibly easy drinking cocktail.
1 oz Brugal Anejo Rum
¼ oz Galliano Liqueur
¼ oz Bols Apricot Brandy Liqueur
2 oz Apple Juice
½ oz Fresh Lime Juice
¼ oz Simple Syrup *
Garnish with lime wedges
Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and pour all ingredients into it. Shake well and strain into a glass with new ice. Garnish with lime wedges and serve.
This drink can be shaken or, if you prefer, blended.
*To make simple syrup, combine equal parts of boiling water to sugar and leave to cool. Store in the refrigerator.
This martini is intended to be served as an after-dinner drink. A liquid dessert. So relax and enjoy the ride as you treat yourself and your guests to a delicious decadent martini featuring notes of vanilla, chocolate and a touch of cream. Na Zdorovie! (To your health!)
1 oz. Russian Standard Vodka
¾ oz. Galliano Liqueur
¼ oz. Bols Creme de Cacao (white)
1 oz. milk or cream
Start by scooping ice into a martini glass to chill it. Next, in a shaker filled with ice, pour all ingredients and shake. Discard the ice from the martini glass and strain shaken mixture into the now chilled glass.
Substitute almond milk if lactose sensitive.
If you’re a chocolate lover, add a pinch of chocolate sprinkles to garnish.