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Popular cocktails from a past era. They are great drinks mostly forgotten these days.
Your run of the mill Manhattan, with the exception that it uses both types of Vermouth, removing the need for bitters by balancing the mixture.
A classic cocktail made with brandy and ginger ale
A classic but hard to make cocktail
The Martini invented by James Bond 007 in Casino Royale.
Nothing goes as well with gin as lime!
A popular rival to the Martini and the Manhattan.
Cool and exciting
A classic italian aperitif, popular among the American tourists in Italy in the early 1900s.
The classic refreshing summer drink
An unlikely combinaison. Whisky mixed with fruit juice.
A delightful champagne cocktail, created after World War I.
A darker and more complex 'El Hemingway'
A fantastic twist on the Tom Collins. Very simple to make, just replace the traditional sugar syrup with Monin Gingerbread syrup (NOT to be confused with Ginger Syrup).
Try with care, you won't want a normal Tom Collins again after trying this
A simple variation on the classic Singapore Sling, for those who don't have the more exotic extras.
A classic drink from a past century.