Autumn Weekend Cocktail Recipes with Tattam’s

Autumn weekend cocktail recipes to try with Tattam’s

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Last weekend I popped into my lovely local & Hobbs store located in the super pretty village of Shere nestling in the Surrey Hills, to have a bash at making cocktails with the fab cocktail pop-up  Tattam’s Bar. They were surprisingly quick and easy to make (even for a duffus like me) so I thought this weekend this blog post should be more of a public service announcement imparting all we learnt right to your desktop, so that you can have fun with a little weekend mixology too and try these cocktail recipes.

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The English

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You will need…

30ml Gin

25ml Elderflower liqueur

25ml Lemon juice

10ml Vanilla sugar syrup

5 Fresh basil leaves

2 Cucumber slices

Bitter lemon for topping

Extra basil leaves for garnishing.

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Here’s what to do…

  1. Muddle the cucumber at the bottom of a cocktail shaker, then add the basil
  2. Pour all the of the ingredients (apart from the bitter lemon) in to the shaker
  3. Shake until you see a little condensation on the inside of the shaker, then strain over an ice filled glass
  4. Top with bitter lemon to fill the rest of the glass
  5. Garnish with a few basil leaves

French Manhattan

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You will need…

25ml Chambourne

30ml Bourbon

10ml Sweet vermouth

10ml Orange bitters

Orange zest/peel for garnishing

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Here’s what to do…

  1. Pour all the ingredients into a mixing tin and stir 30 times
  2. Strain over a martini glass
  3. Zest some orange peel over the glass and garnish with some orange peel

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The Garden Wall

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You will need…

25ml Carrot orange ginger purée

30ml Spiced rum

10ml Sage sugar syrup

10ml Agave syrup

25ml Lemon juice

Ginger beer for topping

Small carrot for garnishing

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Here’s what to do…

  1. Pour all the ingredients into your mixing tin (apart from the ginger beer)
  2. Shake until condensation appears on the inside of the tin
  3. Pour your mix over ice in a hi-ball glass
  4. Top the cocktail up with the ginger beer
  5. Garnish with a carrot

For more info on the lovely Tom from Tattam’s head over to their website here. Or follow them on Instagram @tattamsbar

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