The Casino Royale cocktail was probably named after the first James Bond novel, and it has the sort of ingredient list you expect from the drinks of the sixties.
The Silver Cocktail is actually more of a pinkish or reddish color, but who cares? It mixes gin, dry vermouth and maraschino liqueur with a touch of simple syrup and orange bitters. This drink tastes like cherry and citrus with hints of spice. It has a warming effect, which makes it a very nice choice
The Captain Cook blends the sweet almond-cherry flavor of maraschino liqueur with tart notes from orange juice and gin. It’s sweet and sharp, but always smooth. This drink is a nice choice when you’re wanting something that’s easygoing on the palate but a little out of the norm. Maraschino liqueur isn’t the most common of
The Leave-It-To-Me cocktail is fruity and fabulous. A touch of lemon juice brings out the citrus notes in the gin, which are tempered by raspberry syrup and maraschino liqueur. Think of this one the next time you’re in the mood for a grown-up version of pink lemonade. It’s refreshing and tart, but a little bit
The London Town cocktail blends gin with maraschino liqueur, and just a little bit of orange bitters to bring them together. The orange bitters and the citrus and herbal notes in the gin bring out the tart side of the cherry flavor. This is a slightly complex but very drinkable cocktail. It’s not sweet, but
The Casa Blanca cocktail isn’t your typical tropical fruity rum based drink. It mixes the rum and lime with healthy doses of triple sec and maraschino liqueur. If you’ve always assumed maraschino liqueur was a cherry liqueur, it’s actually made from cherry pits and has a more bittersweet almond-like flavor. The triple sec and lime