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B and B

B and B
Although elaborate concoctions are great fun to mix - and drink - some of the best cocktails are the simplest. B út B - brandy and Benedictine -couldn't be easier, but it has a superbly subtle flavour.

serves 7

4-6 cracked ice cubes
1 measure brandy 1 measure Benedictine
O Put the ice cubes into a mixing glass. Pour the brandy and Benedictine over the ice and stir to mix.
Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

Variations

B and B Plus: add 'A measure lemon juice to the mixing glass when making a B ft B. Benedict: put 4-6 cracked ice cubes into a mixing glass.
Pour 1 measure Benedictine and 3 measures Scotch whisky over the ice.
Stir gently to mix and strain into a chilled tumbler.
Top up with dry ginger ale.

Big Boy: put 4-6 cracked ice cubes into a mixing glass.
Pour 2 measures brandy, 1 measure triple sec and 1 measure lemon juice over the ice.
Stir to mix, then strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

Booster: put 4-6 cracked ice cubes into a cocktail shaker.
Pour 2 measures brandy and 1 teaspoon clear Curacao over the ice and add 1 egg white.
Shake until a frost forms.
Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

French Connection: put 4-6 cracked ice cubes into a small, chilled tumbler.
Pour 2 measures brandy and 1 measure amaretto over the ice.
Stir well to mix.
Half fill a small, chilled tumbler with cracked ice cubes and strain the cocktail over them.

Lugger: put 4-6 cracked ice cubes into a cocktail shaker.
Pour 2 measures brandy, 1 'A measures apple brandy and 'A teaspoon apricot brandy over the ice.
Shake vigorously until a frost forms, then strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

Hell: put 4-6 cracked ice cubes into a mixing glass.
Pour 1 measure brandy and 1 measure creme de menthe over the ice.
Stir well to mix, then strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
Sprinkle with a pinch of cayenne pepper.

Bartender's Tip

Benedictine has been produced in a Normandy monastery since 1510. The recipe for this liqueur includes at least 17 herbs and natural flavourings, among them angelica, coriander, thyme, hyssop, cloves, cinnamon, saffron and honey -but the proportions are kept a closely guarded secret. There is no substitute for this liqueur.

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