Your Classics

Hendrick’s Tonic #1

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Easy and beautiful, dry but full of flavour due to more cucumber surfaces, this drink super enhances the depth and tones of this great gin.

Hendrick’s Tonic #2

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Same taste than #1 but even more beautiful…

Walnut Expresso Martini

Expresso Martini

A beautiful mix of coffee, el dorado dark rum, and spices sugar sirup, balanced perfectly to stand out among others…

The Negroni

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Tasting our new homemade Sweet Rosso Vermouth, with an iconic italian drink. The Negroni, a sweet and bitter combination with a touch of botanicals out of the gin and a flamed orange peel. Never to be missed…

Zaserac Cocktail

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More classy than a Zaserac?

Deliciously made with the real Herbsaint, Zaserac rye whiskey and Peychaud’s bitters and other ingredients to make this unique and tasteful drink.

Fresh Peach Bellini

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As you might guess from the name, the Bellini is an Italian classic. The original recipe came from Venice and was simply two parts Prosecco (Italian sparkling wine) to one part white peach puree with a touch of raspberry or cherry juice, which gave the drink a unique translucent pink hue. Since then, the recipe has developed a number of variations, largely because white peaches weren’t available everywhere at all times. at GAMPs Mixology we’ve made some changes in that recipe, here we try to use fresh peaches peeled and muddled and then we add some Liquor 43 (spanish liquor made from citrus and fruit juices, flavored with vanilla and other aromatic herbs and spices ) and then top it up with a great sparkling wine (preferably Progenie III).

Enjoy it on Hot or cold, winter or summer at anytime anywhere.

Old Fashioned (Bourbon / Rum / Tequila) 

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The Old Fashioned has been the old-fashioned way to make a cocktail for about 130 years, during which time it has been in and out of fashion – its current resurgence seems almost entirely attributable to its popularity with Mad Men’s dreamy Don Draper, who is rarely without one in his dapper hand as he swings his way through the 60s.

This cocktail require a lot of techniques, is as simple as 60ml of your favourite oak cask spirit (Bourbon, Rum or Tequila) 2 drops of oak barrel bitters and a teaspoon of sugar or equal sweetener (a sugar cube is recommended), all is stirred until desired dilution is found. This is a great cocktail and is one of our favourite to make and drink due to the history it has and the changes that can be made in such an awesome drink.

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