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 gin 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
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