Gin Tonic: a cocktail once used to fight scurvy and malaria!
The 69 Special cocktail: Would you be tempted by a 69??
Orange Blossom cocktail : the name given to the recipe for "orange gin".
Adios Motherfucker cocktail: a variant of the Long Island Iced Tea.
Gin Fizz: a sweet and refreshing cocktail made with gin, lemon juice, sugar and sparkling water.
Paradise cocktail: a fruity short drink to sip ideally as an aperitif.
French 75 : a long drink made with gin and Champagne.
Negroni cocktail: a recipe dating back more than a century that bears the name of its creator.
Dubonnet cocktail : a cocktail simply made with gin and Dubonnet rouge.
The Bramble cocktail: a unique recipe that has never changed for several decades.
The Gimlet: a cocktail that was the magic elixir of the British Navy.
The Red Lion: a citrus-rich cocktail that won 1st prize in a famous competition.
Pink Lady: the real original recipe for a cocktail that dates back more than a century.
Vesper: a cocktail made famous thanks to the James Bond book "Casino Royale" by Ian Fleming.
Singapore Sling: a complex recipe that has become the emblematic drink of Singapore.
The White Lady: a short drink based on gin and Cointreau.
Blue Lady: the little sister of the Pink Lady and White Lady cocktails.
The Fog Horn cocktail: a recipe published in 1917 by Tom Bullock.
The Macca cocktail recipe which is also the nickname of Paul McCartney.
The Blue Devil: a blue cocktail dating back to the 1930s.
Dry Martini: a cocktail that was a reference for Roosevelt, Churchill and James Bond!
Casino: a very dry cocktail that gives pride of place to Old Tom Gin.
Bronx cocktail: a recipe that must be made with squeezed orange juice.
Tom Collins: The cocktail made famous thanks to a legendary prank!
Aviation: beneath its bluish color hides a great cocktail.
Gibson cocktail : a recipe made with gin and vermouth dry.
Angel Face: a dry cocktail with gin, Apricot brandy and Calvados.
Alexander: a creamy and tasty cocktail that has now become a great classic.
The Gin Sour: a recipe from the family of "Sours" cocktails in a Gin version.
Tuxedo: a daring union but which makes this cocktail very subtle.
Monkey Gland cocktail: a name that evokes the transplant of monkey testicles performed on humans.
Southside cocktail: a recipe born during Prohibition at the 21 Club in New York.
Clover Club: a cocktail that has come back to life after decades of neglect.
Le Astoria: the emblematic cocktail of the hotel of the same name located in Manhattan.
London Mule cocktail: the gin variant of the famous Moscow Mule.
Gin Rickey cocktail: an American recipe created in 1880 similar to gin fizz.
Gin Julep: gin in the spotlight in this cocktail from the julep family.
The Last Word: a classic cocktail of American origin dating back to 1916.
The RAC cocktail: a recipe dating from 1914 which comes from the Royal Automobile Club.
Red Snapper cocktail: a Bloody Mary with gin instead of vodka.
Shady Grove cocktail: the recipe for a gin and ginger ale cooler.
Suffering Bastard : The original recipe for the favorite drink of Egyptians in the 1950s.
Attention cocktail: a recipe whose name warns you...
Gin Toddy: a very simple recipe based on gin, sugar and fresh water.
Albemarle Fizz cocktail: a refreshing recipe from the fizz family.
Allies cocktail: a recipe famous for its presence of Kummel.
Wibble cocktail: a recipe invented by Dick Bradsell in response to a challenge from a representative of Plymouth Gin.
Raspberry Collins: the fruity recipe of a collins cocktail in a raspberry version.
Pink Gin: the elixir cocktail against seasickness during the 19th century.
Cornell cocktail: a recipe that appeared during the First World War.
The Bull Dog cocktail cocktail: a recipe that dates back more than a century.
20th century cocktail: a recipe in honor of the train that was the most famous in the world during the twentieth century.
Abbey cocktail: a mixture that sounds a little wrong since the disappearance of Kina Lillet.
The Income tax cocktail: when income tax has its own recipe!
Gin Basil Smash: a cocktail from the "smashes" family in a basil version.
White Way cocktail: a recipe made up of gin and white crème de menthe.
Houla Houla: a Hawaiian cocktail made with gin, orange juice and white curaçao.
Bee's Knees cocktail: a recipe of French origin dating from the 1920s.
Corpse Reviver no. 2: the Harry Craddock's version of a cocktail to wake the dead.