The quickest mojito you will ever make, essential when you have a big thirst. Grandma’s Cupboard Lime and Mint Rum Liqueur is ready for mixing with either sparking water or lemonade served over crushed ice and garnished with a lime wedge and mint leaves.
A lovely fruity number which enjoys both great popularity and a wide appeal. Grandma’s Cupboard Raspberry Vodka Liqueur comes together very nicely with fresh apple juice and Amaretto.
1 volume of amaretto
2 volumes of Raspberry vodka liqueur
3 volumes of apple juice
A classic with a twist, combining Grandma’s Cupboard Banana rum liqueur, Grandma’s Cupboard Coconut Spiced Rum Liqueur, pineapple juice and lemonade.
1 volume of Coconut spiced liqueur
2 volumes of banana rum liqueur
3 volumes of pineapple juice
Shake well and double strain into a martini glass. Top up with a dash of lemonade.
A great combination of Grandma’s Cupboard Red Berry Gin liqueur with vodka (optional), clementine juice and grenadine, served with a shot of prosecco. It’s a bit like a Pornstar Martini, but with Grandma the passion's gone!
1 volume of vodka (optional)
2 volumes of red berry gin liqueur
3 volumes of clementine juice
Shake well and double strain into a martini glass. Pour a dash of grenadine down the side of a straw so that it sinks to the bottom and serve with a slice of orange and a shot of prosecco.
Grandma’s Cupboard Lemon and Lime Gin Liqueur mixed with soda and served over lots of ice. Now that’s refreshing!
1 volume of lemon and lime gin liqueur
1 volume of soda
Nice and easy!
Why not add a dash of Grandma’s Cupboard to your glass of prosecco? Raspberry? Strawberry? Rhubarb and Elderflower? Take your pick...
Grandma is feeling very inspired by seasonal fruit this time of the year with her take on the classic Bramble. The Lemon and Lime Gin Liqueur works wonderfully well with blackberry jam in a shaker and topped up with lemonade.
1 teaspoon of blackberry jam.
2 volumes of Lemon and lime gin liqueur
Shake well and strain into a glass. top up with lemonade, garnished with blackberries and lemon peel.
Another classic revisited by Grandma. Two of the flavours of this great combination are already in Grandma’s Cupboard Number 03 (Coffee and Orange). All that’s left to do is to layer it in a shot glass with Baileys.
Keeping the classics going, Grandma’s Cupboard Vodka and Raspberry Liqueur tastes fantastic in a shaker with pineapple juice.
1 volume of Raspberry vodka liqueur
1 volume of pineapple juice
Shake well and double strain into a martini glass, garnished with a fresh raspberry.
Espresso Martini can be made with all sorts of flavours, but we find it works particularly well with our Coffee and Orange Vodka Liqueur.
1 volume of coffee
1 volume of Coffee and Orange liqueur
Shake well and double strain into a Martini glass, garnished with coffee beans and grated orange peel.
Why not try adding some chocolate bitters or a dash of Spiced coconut rum liqueur?
It sounds a bit old fashioned and old fashioned it may be, but it works...
1 volume of Prune vodka liqueur
1 volume of Martini bianco or Cinzano
Stir into a tumbler
Here's one for the summer:
1 volume of Rhubarb and Elderflower gin liqueur
1 volume of grapefruit juice
Shake well and strain into a wine glass with a dash of ginger ale, garnished with strips of fresh ginger.