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Cocktails and Recipes

Many people like to drink a liqueur on its own at room temperature after a meal, however, you might like to try them over ice, as a long drink with soda/tonic/ lemonade or in the making your favourite cocktail.

Top up the Strawberry or Elderflower with Prosecco – delightful!

Drizzled over ice-cream or cheesecake is also delicious.

To tempt you to experiment:

The Chapel Porth

¾ ounce spiced orange liqueur; 2 ounces gin; ½ ounce lime juice; dash of angostura bitters, lime wedge for garnish.

Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add ingredients, shake and strain into a chilled glass. Garnish and enjoy.

The Porth Navis

½ ounce spiced orange liqueur; 2 ounces cranberry juice; 4 ounces sparkling white wine or champagne.

Pour cranberry juice into a champagne flute or similar. Top up with sparkling wine. Float the orange liqueur on top. Garnish with a twist of orange peel and enjoy.

The Gerrans Gimlet

1 ¼ oz Elderflower Liqueur; 1 ¼ oz Gin [or Vodka]; 1/6oz fresh lime juice.

Stir together with ice and strain into a glass

The Davidstow Daiquiri

1oz elderflower liqueur; 1 ¼ oz white rum; 1oz fresh Grapefruit juice.

Mix together with ice and strain into cocktail glass.

The St. Mawes Fizz

1oz strawberry liqueur; 1oz mango or pineapple juice; prosecco. Pour prosecco into a chilled glass. Add the liqueur and juice. Mix or not – the choice is yours. Garnish with a sliver of strawberry.

The Carrick

1oz Spiced Rum liqueur; 1 ½ oz White Rum; 2oz Orange juice; 2 oz Pineapple juice; 1 oz coconut cream. Splash of grenadine - optional.

Half fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Pour the white rum, jucies and coconut cream in and shake well. Pour into a chillded glass. Float the spiced rum [and grenadine] on top.

Send me your own concoctions using my products and I will be happy to post them here and on my Facebook page. If you would like to be credited, I will need a name or initials/location.