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Master of Cocktails - The Clover Club Cocktail

by Ben Ellefsen     20. April 2015 10:09

Master of Cocktails The Clover Club Cocktail

Greetings all. Time for some Gin? Gin. Yep. Everyone loves Gin. Lovely Gin.

We're making a classic cocktail for this week's #MasterofCocktails, which to be honest feels anything but. You'd swear this was a modern drink. It's called the Clover Club Cocktail - basically a gin sour with added Raspberry.

Traditionally this would be a syrup, but we're going to be using the Raspberry Liqueur from St. George Spirits.

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Master of Cocktails - The Old Pal

by Ben Ellefsen     13. April 2015 10:10

Master of Cocktails The Old pal

Right then - everyone about ready for a #MasterofCocktails?

This evening we're going to make an oft-overlooked drink, the 'Old Pal'. The use of Dry vermouth lends this drink a light and very 'aperitiffy' (definitely not a word) character which makes it a wonderful springtime drink.

We're going to start off by summoning up the energy to get off the sofa and walk over to the bar.

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Master of Cocktails - The Bobby Burns

by Ben Ellefsen     7. April 2015 09:22

Master of Cocktails The Bobby Burns

For #MasterofCocktails this week we made a twist on the Rob Roy (which I've decided on balance might be a rubbish drink). It's called a 'Bobby Burns' - and uses a healthy slug of Bénédictine to give the whisky and vermouth a much-needed lift.

It's obviously named after the Scottish Bard, Robert Burns, but in the week that Lynyrd Skynyrd's original drummer Bob Burns tragically died it seems a fitting tribute to him as well.

So, let's get to it...

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Master of Cocktails - IL Beetz

by Ben Ellefsen     30. March 2015 09:45

Master of Cocktails IL Beetz

Right everyone - ready for another instalment of #MasterofCocktails? This week's is pretty awesome, and has a pretty awesome name too - IL Beetz. I'll explain the reasoning behind that later...

We're putting together this drink using FEW Spirits American Gin - super-rich and 'whisky-like'. It's more than enough to stand up to the rich, roots-y quality of the Beetroot juice we're using.

So - to business.

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Master of Cocktails - Bijou Cocktail

by Ben Ellefsen     23. March 2015 10:13

Master of Cocktails Bijou Cocktail

Right then Ladies and Gentlemen - it's time for another #MasterofCocktails. Excited? Oh yes.

This week we're making a Chartreuse-heavy 'Bijou Cocktail' recipe, though we're making it with slightly less Green Chartreuse as to not overwhelm the drink.

'Bijou' of course, is French for 'Jewel', and the cocktail's name comes from the colours of precious jewels (emerald, diamond and ruby) being similar to the colour of the ingredients (Chartreuse, Gin and Vermouth).

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Master of Cocktails - Pink Gin

by Ben Ellefsen     16. March 2015 08:30

Master of Cocktails Pink Gin

Well greetings one and all. Ready for another installment of #MasterofCocktails? Good then.

This week's is a very, very straightforward drink, but one that seems to have fallen somewhat out of favour recently. We're making a Pink Gin recipe. Probably one of the very first Gin cocktails?

The original recipe here calls for simply gin and bitters, served at room temperature, in a tumbler. Not that, obviously.

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Master of Cocktails - The Jinger Ninja

by Ben Ellefsen     9. March 2015 08:47

Master of Cocktails The Jinger Ninja

Well greetings one and all. Time for another round of #MasterofCocktails methinks. Oh yes.

This week we're making a super-delicious Japanese-y sort of tea-based gin sour sort of affair. Trust me - it's yummers. It's called The Jinger Ninja, a name which should make sense as we go through the recipe.

We're using a pretty decent grade of Matcha for this drink. That's important, as although we do want *some* bitterness, we don't want it overpowering. I prefer the sweet, grassy tones given by something like this...

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Master of Cocktails - Salted Caramel Old-Fashioned

by Ben Ellefsen     2. March 2015 09:17

Master of Cocktails Salted Caramel Old Fashioned

Right then, cocktail fans. For this week's #MasterofCocktails, we're going to be making a Salted Caramel Old-Fashioned recipe. Yum yum.

If you're planning on making along with this week's #MasterofCocktails, you're going to need to do a bit of prep a day or so in advance. This includes making the Salted Caramel, dissolving the sugar and salt (as well as fat-washing the whisky), filtering it and adding the bitters.

This will leave you with very little left to do when the time comes to actually serve your Salted Caramel Old-Fashioned, which is quite handy indeed.

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Master of Cocktails - Flower Arranging With Mr. Gumby

by Ben Ellefsen     23. February 2015 09:09

Master of Cocktails Flower Arranging With Mr Gumby

Hi there folks. If you tuned into the @MasterOfMalt Twitter feed on Sunday night for another edition of #MasterofCocktails, you may have noticed it was a bit late. Sorry about that. Been doing a spot of flooring. My whole house smells like young Bourbon. I quite like it.

Right then. Onto today's cocktail. This'n's called 'Flower Arranging with Mr Gumby'. Reasons for the name will become apparent very soon.

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Master of Cocktails - The Naked Barista

by Ben Ellefsen     16. February 2015 08:58

Master of Cocktails The Naked Barista

Greetings cocktail-lovers. Who's up for a swift whisky cocktail then? The second #MasterofCocktails whisky cocktail in a row, no less. Is it you?

If it is indeed you, that's perfect, as that's what we're doing for this week's #MasterofCocktails!

This week we're making a drink I've named 'The Naked Barista'. The reasons will hopefully become clear as we go through the recipe.

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