Great to knock up quickly at party and doesn't feel alcholic
Amazing, Turkish delight flavoured, pink coloured vodka. Takes 2 weeks to make but so-o-o-o worth it!
Fiery ginger combines with icy vodka, and is then topped with champagne for good measure. Use good quality champagne for best results.
Rum goodness – this is the original Zombie - it removes the ability to walk from the waist down
This is the perfect cosmopolitan drink - very dry, and very smooth.
I love to drink these when I'm out on the town.
Maybe it's a bit girly, but I love these when I'm out with my friends.
Peach schnapps and vodka are shaken, then topped off with a splash of champagne, and a few fresh raspberries.
A fabulous festive Christmas martini made with vodka, pomegranate juice and topped up with soda water. You can try topping it up with cava or sparkling wine, if you prefer the taste! It looks beautiful and tastes just as good!
A nice twist on a buck's fizz. My family enjoy this on Christmas morning.
This is a great twist on the classic bellini champagne cocktail. It results in a wonderful, deep orange colour.
A bright blue tropical cocktail made by mixing Blue Curacoa, coconut rum and tequila. Soften the punch by adding some orange and lemon juice.
Shake vodka, vermouth and blue caraco together in a cocktail shaker and you'll get a very cool blue martini! Don't forget the olives!
These blueberry martinis are the hit of any party! Easy to make, but the key is the homemade blueberry vodka that requires 2 weeks to properly infuse. After that, it's smooth and fruity sailing with a splash of lime juice!
Brazil's national cocktail is so refreshing and delicious! Ask your off license to order Cachaca for you if they don't stock it, there's no substitute.
A refreshing beverage recalling the delightful offshore breeze that greeted our family whilst on holiday.
I had this cranberry martini recipe at a Christmas party and everyone loved it. It's a perfect smooth drink.
One of these cocktails is enough to relieve most stress levels!
This is soooo Goood! Peach and orange intermingle with a touch of bubbles!
This is a drink that you can order at any bar in France. It's a little sweet and has a pretty colour; I don't like beer, but I like this drink. I use about 1/4 teaspoon grenadine, but use less or more depending on how sweet you would like your drink.