The Port Elderflower cocktail is a lightly sweet concoction I put together one night when I wondered what port would taste like with St. Germain Elderflower.
The Princeton puts gin and port together – a stark contradiction to the martini so often associated with gin. Port is sweet enough to be considered a dessert wine. Combined with gin and not one but three dashes of orange bitters, that sweetness becomes subdued but it’s still there. The top notes in this drink
Antoine’s Lullaby is a rum-based cocktail that’s so deliciously low on the sweetness scale that you have to serve it in a sugar-rimmed glass. It has a bold flavor – rum and lemon juice, with touches of fruitiness from the port and curacao. It may look frou-frou with its reddish color and sugar rim, but