It’s the simple things that make life worth living. If there’s a missing shaker of salt it will be found with a sip and a savour of this classic cocktail. Sichuan pepper and saline dreams are at the tip of the tongue…feel free to just waste away.
With American Malt, whipped cream, egg whites, maple syrup and a splash of coffee, this is more of a decadent desert than cocktail. Best enjoyed in the drawing room whilst wearing your best velvet smoking jacket.
This vintage cocktail combines the flavours of Lyre’s Dry London Spirit and Absinthe with perfumed mint and citrus served up and icy cold. This drink is said to have come from the southside of Chicago during prohibition.
Born in New Orleans from the union of American Malt and Absinthe, the Sazerac is stiff like a voodoo skeleton and as dense as a sultry Southern night. Pray you find one on your doorstep after midnight, rather than a scattering of chicken bones.