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The Corpse Reviver No. Blue is an unashamedly a blue drink. You can be forgiven, from the photo, for thinking I have emptied a bottle of mouthwash into a martini glass. But don’t let the neon colour put you off. This is one fine cocktail that tastes better than it looks if you use good quality cocktail ingredients.
Autumn is a bittersweet season. The warmth of summer might have faded into a distant memory but there are compensations and, conkers, Halloween, Bonfire Night and kicking dry fallen leaves aside, the seasonal delights of orchard fruits are one of them. Apples are quintessentially English and these three autumn gin cocktails make the most of their flavour to celebrate this wonderful season.
A variation on the Bramble. Make the most of the autumn harvest with this riff on the classic autumn cocktail using the fragrant and unusual quince gin.