The East India cocktail recipe is barely sweet at all. The touch of dark rum adds a tiny hint of sweetness, and then the dashes of triple sec and pineapple juice add a little more.
The J.O.S. cocktail blends both kinds of vermouth with gin and several dashes of several things. The overall flavor is subtly fruity with tangy notes. This is a serious drink that can be an acquired taste. That said, sweet vermouth tends to be something one either loves or hates, so if you hate it you
The Liaison cocktail is a rather unusual combination – cognac and triple sec meet coconut milk. The result is spectacularly smooth. The coconut milk smooths even a cheap cognac while the healthy dose of bitters keep the flavors intact. You’ll taste the oak, citrus and pear notes along with the mellowness of the slightly sweet
The Caramel Candy cocktail centers on Salted Caramel Vodka, and blends it with cream, vanilla and a little cognac for added mystique. It’s very sweet and delicious, thanks to the vanilla liqueur and the sugar on the rim. At first, it hits you with the cognac, but you finish on the burnt vanilla flavor, and
The Grand Apple cocktail is two ounces of pure alcoholic bliss. Apple brandy and Grand Marnier are married by a touch of cognac, which brings the flavors all together. The dominant flavor is definitely the apple, but it’s more complex than that. The cognac cuts some of the sweetness from the apple brandy. The orange