The Soho Martini has a light orange and vanilla flavor, but if that makes you think “Dreamsicles,” stop. This is not a candy drink. It’s not even very sweet.
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 Adonis Cocktail blends sweet vermouth with dry sherry, and then brings it all together with a dash of orange bitters. The overall flavor is wine-like, with that touch of spice from the orange bitters. This drink can be a nice change from wine. It can actually function like a red wine if you’re pairing
The Alaska cocktail features yellow Chartreuse, one of the less common spirits in cocktails. Yellow and green chartreuse are made differently and have different flavor profiles. This drink combines the Chartreuse with a healthy dose of gin and a dash of orange bitters to give it some warmth. The dominant note is citrus, followed by
The Charmer cocktail flavors scotch with a touch of orange curacao, dry vermouth and orange bitters. The result is a lightly fruity, lightly oaken (depending on the scotch you use) and slightly spicy taste. This is definitely a drink to be savored. The flavors are fairly complex, even when you use a lesser quality scotch
The Twenty Thousand Leagues is a cocktail for grown-ups, featuring such items as gin, vermouth and Pernod. It’s actually a fun alternative to a martini. The dominant flavor here is definitely the gin, but the addition of Pernod and orange bitters adds a definite herbal note. This one is nearly clear, but tends to cloud