Month: April 2016

Read more on Yuzu Thai Tea
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Yuzu Thai Tea

A version of ice tea enhanced by Far East flavours, for a new taste experience. Ingredients: 2/3 oz. 1883 Yuzu Lemon Syrup 5 oz. cold green tea 1 2/3 oz. mandarin juice 2 Thai basil leaves Instructions: Make the green tea by infusing 3g of tea in 7 oz. of water for 5 minutes, then…

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Spicy Iced Tea

A spicy twist on the classic iced tea. The perfect balance of warmth and refreshment any time of the year. Ingredients: 1/2 oz. 1883 Cinnamon Syrup 1/4 oz. 1883 Ginger Syrup 5 oz. cold ceylan tea cinnamon stick ginger slices Instructions: Infuse ceylan tea in boiling water until it has a bitter flavour. Strain and…

Read more on Red Hot Ginger Sling
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Red Hot Ginger Sling

A spicy sling twist with American whiskey. Ingredients: 1/4 oz. 1883 Spicy Cayenne Syrup 1 1/2 oz. tennessee whiskey 2/3 oz. lemon juice 1 egg white 1 dash tabasco 3 oz. ginger beer Instructions: Pour all the ingredients (except ginger beer) in a small shaker tin. Dry shake (without ice) to emulsify egg white. Fill…

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Hot Lavender Punch

Punch got all sophisticated and grown-up. Ingredients: For 1/2 Litre (17 oz.) 2 oz. 1883 Lavender Syrup 10 basil leaves 1 verbena bag (3gr) 2 oz. lime juice 3 1/3 oz. vanilla vodka Boiling water Instructions: Put fresh basil leaves and verbena in a teapot and add syrup, juice and vodka. Top up with boiling…

Read more on Ginger Berries Iced Soy Latte
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Ginger Berries Iced Soy Latte

It tastes as indulgently good as it looks. An ideal dairy-free treat. Ingredients: 2/3 oz. 1883 Ginger Syrup 1 oz. 1883 Strawberry Puree 4 oz. soy milk Instructions: Pour the syrup and milk into a tumbler full of ice cubes. Stir, then add the puree on the surface. Decorate with a mint spring, raspberries or…

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French Passion Julep

An attractive twist on the famous julep, with the quintessential French brandy – cognac – heightened by the the passion fruit’s sour edge. Because everything in France is done with Passion. Ingredients: 2/3 oz. 1883 Passion Fruit Puree 1 3/4 oz. cognac 2 dashes liquorice bitters 6 mint leaves Instructions: Put the mint and puree…

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Fizzy Passion

A drink with exotic flavours, for consumers aged 2 to 122. Explosive tangy notes for shivers of pleasure. Ingredients: 1 oz. 1883 Passion Fruit Puree 2/3 oz. lime juice 4 oz. tonic water Instructions: Pour the 1883 Puree, juices and then the tonic into a tumbler, and stir for an even consistency. Garnish with a…

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Craft Ginger Tonic

A tonic drink to tickle your taste buds. The perfect balance between spices, acidity and sweetness. Ingredients: 2/3 oz. 1883 Ginger Syrup 2/3 oz. lime juice 4 oz. tonic water 4 basil leaves Instructions: In a tumbler: place the basil leaves (slightly press to obtain a light flavour). Add ice and all the remaining ingredients.…

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Chose Mangue

The Chose Mangue is a fresh cocktail known to be the golfers favorite. Here, softly flavoured by mango syrup. Ingredients: 2/3 oz. 1883 Mango Syrup 2 oz. pink grapefruit juice 3 1/3 oz. tonic 1 lime wedge Instructions: In a tumbler full of ice: pour all the ingredients. Stir well. Squeeze lime wedge and put…

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Canadian Maple Treacle

A Canadian variant of Dick Bradsell’s famous “Treacle”, itself a variant of “Old Fashioned”. A fine update to the timeless old-fashioned. Ingredients: 1/2 oz. 1883 Maple Syrup 4 dashes aromatic bitters 2 oz. Canadian whiskey 1 oz. fresh pressed apple juice Instructions: Pour the syrup, bitters and apple juice into an old-fashioned glass and stir…