7 cocktails to get you in the Thanksgiving spirit

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Aperol Spritzes have been the talk of the town for some time now, and rustic Notting Hill spot Cocotte has devised its own festive take on the tipple to add a splash of class to this years’ celebrations.

Bitter ingredients have been tipped to be one of 2018’s most popular drinks trends, so its no surprise that restauranteurs are re-inventing classic combinations for the fall period.

This version combines Belsazar red vermouth with bitter Mondino Amaro liqueur and thyme for a sohpisticated, herbaceous libation to start the day with.

To make: Add 25ml of Belsazar red and 25ml Mondino Amaro to a mixer and shake well with ice. Strain into a spritz glass over ice, top up with soda water to taste, and add some lemon peel and a sprig of thyme for garnish.





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