The Duke of Brunswick Cocktail List
Amaretto or Whisky Sour
This drink turns out frothy, sweet, sour, nutty and strong. Combining amaretto, fresh lemon juice, rich simple syrup and egg white creates a perfectly balanced amaretto sour. But if amaretto is not your cup of tea then swing over to our whisky sour.
The Famous Harvey Wallbanger is the ideal evening cocktail – It is sweet, and packs a serious punch. Bringing together Galliano and your favourite Vodka, with the citrus taste of fresh orange juice for the perfect blend of flavours, refreshing, thirst quenching and all class.
The Old Fashioned is one of the most venerable of cocktails, predating not only the motorcar but the presidency of Abe Lincoln. Properly made, it’s strong but not too strong, sweet but not too sweet, and, most importantly, it’s dead-simple and absolutely delicious.
The classic dry gin martini is an iconic cocktail and one that should be on every bartender’s list of drinks to know. Though many martinis have been created, there is only one dobtini and few drinks can beat this simple recipe. The mystery to the dobtini is sake and something a little extra. Try it out for yourself it is Simone’s personal favourite.
The Cosmopolitan cocktail has been around since the 1970s but made infamous by the girls of Sex in the City. A delightful classic cocktail made with vodka, triple sec, cranberry juice, and lime.
One of the shining gems among the classic cocktail set, the gimlet has long been appreciated as one of the best gin sours you will find. Lime is the citrus of choice for the recipe paired with a great gin, the drink is sweet, tart, and refreshing.
Garnished with a few coffee beans, the espresso martini is a sophisticated little devil – it’s dressed to kill and has kept us awake at night more than once.