Airmail

The Airmail, from the 1949 edition of Esquire magazine’s Handbook for Hosts, is essentially a Caribbeanized take on a French 75, with rum and honey syrup taking the place of gin and simple syrup.

Older recipes may call for Champagne in particular, but the Airmail really isn’t that fussy – any sparkling wine will do. We like ours with a barely-sweet Cava.

Ingredients

Instructions

Shake everything (except the sparkling wine) with ice, and strain into a tall ice-filled glass. Top with sparkling wine and garnish with a lime twist or wheel.

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Terrific Design!

Absolutely love this app. Gives a great visual representation of the ingredients and the user interface is well designed. Been using it to learn how to make cocktails, the descriptions are great about the drinks. As a novice barman, I love that I am learning the origin of the drink and alternative ways to make the drink. Be prepared to have a wide range of alcohol at you disposal! I can make heaps of drinks with the decent home collection I have, but seeing all the recipes what I could make gets me excited! Highly recommended, everyone loves the person who makes excellent drinks!
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