For us, a 'classic cocktail' is a timeless, elegant drink, simple in style and form and premium in quality. Cocktails of this calibre are bold and proud in flavour and appearance. While there are so many classic cocktails to choose from, we believe that these are the four that come up trumps time and time again.
The beauty of the Famous Four lies in their simplicity. Whether it's an aperitif or a nightcap you're after, the Famous Four are sure to cover all bases. The only question is, which one to have first?
The Famous Four set is elegantly packaged in an Everleigh Bottling Co. collection gift box of four cocktails.
The Martini is so strong and sexy, simply ordering one is enough to make us weak at the knees. This is a 'wet' style with a ratio of gin to vermouth at 2:1.
Ingredients: Tanqueray gin, Dolin dry vermouth, orange bitters, water. Serve ice cold in a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a lemon twist or olive. Standard Drinks: 1.6 | ALC: 24% | Vol: 85ml
Reviewed as 'one of the best Negronis we've ever had. Anywhere. Ever.' by World's 50 Best Bars. Our secret is in the vermouth...
Ingredients: Tanqueray gin, Cocchi sweet vermouth, Campari, water. Serve ice cold in a rocks glass and garnish with an orange twist. Standard Drinks: 1.4 | ALC: 21% | Vol: 85ml
An elegant, boozy cocktail that dates back to the 1870s, the Manhattan is a comparative unsung hero and our favourite of the four.
Service ice cold in a frozen cocktail glass and garnish with a cherry. Ingredients: Bulleit rye whiskey, Cocchi sweet vermouth, Angostura bitters & water. Standard Drinks: 1.6 | ALC: 25% | Vol: 85ml
There are many ways to make this drink. Our version is what we call the Old Old Fashioned - no salad, no over-dilution, just great bourbon, bitters and sugar.
Serve ice cold in a rocks glass and garnish with an orange twist. Ingredients: Bulleit bourbon, Angostura bitters, sugar & water.
Standard drinks: 1.8 | ALC: 29% | Vol: 80ml
Each bottle contains one cocktail serving
Store cocktails at room temperature and chill before serving (-5 degrees is ideal!)