A variant of the whiskey sour, refreshed by the addition of the light floral notes of camomile to play well with the citrus.
An intriguing spiced version of the drink which sadly does not hail from a banquet hosted by Lady Churchill at the Manhattan Club, New York, 1874.
This hangover cure from the 1930s first appeared in The Savoy Cocktail Book with the warning that four would un-revive the corpse again.
The White Lady is blushing pink. One of Fox’s creations, this one is good served straight up; even better served long with tonic water and mint:
Once tasted, never forgotten. First master the lessons at Old Fashioned 101 and then come back and try this guiltiest of pleasures.
The charm of the Sazerac lies mainly in the ritual by which it is prepared. You cannot simply toss everything into a shaker, rattle and strain.
Fondly referred to at Fox & Beagle HQ as the ‘Grown Up Cosmo’ this drink is a refreshing and balanced variant of the Sex and the City staple.