Brandy cocktails (Cognac...)
The Brandy and soda cocktail (B&S): a recipe that appears in the adventures of the famous valet Jeeves.
Stinger cocktail: the real original recipe from 1913 with Cognac and white crème de menthe.
Piscola cocktail: one of the emblematic drinks of Chile.
The B&B: to sip as an after-dinner drink, it is one of the simplest cocktails to make.
Sazerac cocktail: a production technique and a tradition to be respected without which a Sazerac would not be one.
Side Car: a powerful cocktail hidden under a soft golden yellow color.
Metropolitan: two cocktails with distinct recipes bear the name of Metropolitan.
The French Connection: A cocktail with a subtle almond flavor for after-meal.
Royal coffee: two recipes and two techniques exist for this cocktail.
Banana Bliss: a cocktail made with Cognac and banana liqueur to sip as an after-dinner drink.
Brandy Sour: one of the first cocktails of the "sours" family to have been published as early as 1862.
French Mule cocktail: the French variant of the Moscow Mule!
Yungueño: the traditional cocktail of Bolivia.
Egg Nogg cocktail: born around the 17th century, it has many variations.
Brandy Alexander: a smooth and chocolatey cocktail to enjoy as an after-dinner drink.
Brandy Scaffa: a layered cocktail as an after-dinner drink!
Brandy Julep: a cocktail from the julep family in a digestive version.
Pisco Sour cocktail: the national drink claimed by two South American countries.
Milk Punch: the main cocktail of the “milk punch” family.
Brandy Egg Nog: Toast without preconceptions with a very good egg-based cocktail.
Hot Brandy Alexander: the hot version of the famous Brandy Alexander.
Brandy Champerelle: a cocktail of French origin to enjoy as an after-dinner drink.
Corpse Reviver: the original recipe for a cocktail that has become classic.
Baltimore Egg Nogg cocktail: an excellent grog for the weakened and the tuberculous.