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Following link shows the seasonal produce of South Africa:

 


 


http://www.capvin.co.za/purlikur.html


[Cape Marula / Pur Likur -- Producer for South African Pure Liqueurs]


 


 


 


 



  

Classics & Traditionals:


Sidecar

Cognac, Bitter Orange Liqueur, Lemon Juice

 

Whiskey Sour

Straight Bourbon, Lemon Juice, Rich Syrup

 

Classic Margarita

Tequila [100% de agave], Bitter Orange Liqueur, Lime Juice]


Martini Cocktail Extra Dry

Gin [>44%], Noilly Prat

 

Manhattan Cocktail

Straight Rye Whiskey, Carpano Antica Formula [or other quality red vermouth], Angostura Bitters

 

Gimlet

Gin [>44%], Lime Cordial

 

Black Russian

Vodka, Kahlua Coffee Liqueur

 

White Russian

Vodka, Kahlua Coffee Liqueur, cream

 

Americano

Campari Bitter, Red Vermouth, Splash of Club Soda

 

Negroni

Gin, Campari Bitter, Red Vermouth

 

Rusty Nail

Scotch Whisky, Drambuie Liqueur

 

Gin Fizz

Gin [>44%], Lemon Juice, Rich Syrup, Club Soda

 

Old Fashioned

Straight Rye, Sugar Cube, Angostura Bitters, Water

 

Bloody Mary
Vodka, Tomato Juice [Fresh if possible], Lemon Juice, Spices


Champagne Cocktail classic

Brut Champagne, Sugar Cube, Angostura Bitters [may be South African Sparkling wine - then call it different - e.g. Sparkling Classic George]

 

Mint Julep

Straight Bourbon, Mint, Sugar, Water

 Contemporary Classics:


Mojito

White Rum, Mint, Sugar, Club Soda, Fresh Lime Juice

 

Caipirinha

Cachaca, Fresh Lime, Sugar

 

Pina Colada

White Rum, Coconut Cream, Cream, Fresh Pineapple Juice

 

Planter's Punch

Dark Rum, Lemon Juice, Angostura Bitters, Water or Fresh Pineapple & Orange Juice [depends on the quality of the rum - the worse the rum, the better the fruitiness]

 

Bramble

Gin, Creme de Mure, Fresh Lime Juice, Rich Syrup

 

Hurricane

Aged Rum, Passion Fruit Syrup, Fresh Lime Juice

 


El Diablo

Tequila [100% de Agave], Creme de Cassis, Fresh Lime Juice, Ginger Ale

 

Pimm's No.1 Cup / Lemonade

Pimm's No.1, Ginger Ale / 7up, Fruits

Seasonal Ideas:

January:

Butternut & Falernum Cocktail


Aged Rum, Butternut Syrup, Falernum, Fresh Lime Juice

 

Mange Tout Creole Daiquiri

Rhum Agricole blanc, Fresh Lime Juice, Rich Syrup, Mange Touts

 

Basil Smash

Gin [>44%], Fresh Lemon Juice, Fresh Basil [red would be great - but green does also the work], Rich Syrup

 

Borage Pimm's Cup

Pimm's No.1, Ginger Ale, Borage Leaves, Fruits

 

Smashed Bramble

Gin [>44%], Rich Syrup, Lemon Juice, Fresh Berries

 February:


Cucumber Sparkling Cocktail


Gin, Fresh Cucumber, Mint, SA Sparkling Wine

 

SA Fig Sidecar

SA Brandy, Van der Hum Liqueur, Lemon Juice, Fresh Figs

 

Batida de Maracuja

Cachaca [or Rhum], Granadilla, Lime, Sugar

 

Vodka Thyme Lemonade

Lemon Thyme infused Vodka, Rich Syrup, Fresh Lemon Juice, Club Soda, Fresh Thyme

 

Pear & Apple Jack

Apple Brandy, Fresh Pear Juice / Pear Cider, Lemon Juice - optional Rich Syrup

March:


 

Brandy & Quince

Quince flavored SA Brandy, Van der Hum Liqueur, Lemon Juice

 


Plum Daiquiri

Golden Rum, Fresh Lime Juice, Rich Syrup, Fresh Plums

 

Rosemary Sour

Rosemary infused Gin, Lemon Juice, Sugar

 

Spiked Spanspek Agua Fresca

Rhum, Spanspek [Melon], Rich Syrup, Lemon Juice, Water

April:


Artichoke Margarita

Tequila [100% de Agave], Agave Syrup, Lime Juice, Fresh Artichoke Juice

 

Gooseberry Sour

SA Brandy, Lemon Juice, Rich Syrup, Fresh Gooseberries

 

Van der Smith

Van der Hum Liqueur, Fresh Granny Smith Apple Juice

 


Smooth Amarula Banana

SA Brandy, Amarula, Fresh Banana

 

Tequila & Pomegranate Sangrita

Tequila [100% de Agave] Shot, Sangrita Shot with Fresh Orange & Pomegranate Juice, Cayenne Pepper, Fresh Lime Juice, Spices

May:


Green Maria

Tequila [100% de agave], Fresh Lime Juice, Spices, Fresh Fennel Herb, Fresh Celery Juice

 

Guava Creole Punch

Rhum, Fresh Guava, Lime Juice, Fresh Pineapple Juice

 

PawPaw Sidecar

SA Brandy, Van der Hum Liqueur, fresh Lemon Juice, Fresh Pawpaw flesh

 


 

Butter Pecan Cuba Libre

Butter Pecan washed Rum, Coke

June:


Pea Mojito

Rum, Fresh Lime Juice, Sugar, Mint, Fresh Peas [or Extracted Juice], Club Soda

 

Salty Dog

Gin, Fresh Grapefruit Juice

 

Naartjies Brandy Cooler

SA Brandy, Van der Hum Liqueur, Mandarin Juice, Club Soda

 


Rhubarb infused Gin, Fresh Rhubarb and Apple juice, Ginger Beer

 

 

 

 

Mock'tails


Ipanema

Fresh Passion Fruit [Granadilla], Fresh Lime, Sugar, Ginger Ale

 

Fruit Punch

Fresh Orange & Pineapple Juice, Lemon Juice, Passion Fruit Syrup, Puree From Various Fruits [in Season!]

 

Virgin Mojito

Monin Caribbean Syrup, Mint, Sugar, Fresh Lime Juice, Club Soda

 

Virgin Mary

Fresh Tomato Juice, Lemon Juice, Spices

 

Virgin Hurricane

Monin Caribbean Syrup, Passion Fruit Syrup, Fresh Lime Juice, Fresh Orange & Pineapple Juice

 

Virgin Planter's Punch


Monin Caribbean Syrup, Lemon Juice, Angostura Bitters, Fresh Pineapple & Orange Juice

 

Fruit Acqua Frescas

Seasonal Fruit, Sugar, Water, Fresh Lemon / Lime

 

Plus a nice selection of fresh lemonades and iced teas.

 

 

 

 

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