If you are after a Moscow Mule riff that definitely has some kick, then you need to be making a Spicy Mule. It has the Vodka, Lime Juice and Ginger Beer of the original, but adds Cointreau and some slices of Jalapeño Pepper.
Believed to be created by Harry MacElhone at Harry’s Bar in Paris, Between The Sheets is a rum riff on a Sidecar. With Gold Rum, Cognac, Cointreau and Lemon Juice, the name refers to the drink’s potency and the potential for a risqué end to an evening.
While the name of this drink is something you should never say aloud except into a CB radio, the Papa Bear provides a delicate spiced and honeyed Cognac flavour. Created in 2008 by Tim Homewood at the Dirty Martini Bar in London, it mixes Cognac, Honey Liqueur, Lemon Juice and Honey Syrup.
The fruit of outstanding time-honored craftsmanship, Mumm champagne is an expression of the House’s soul and audacity. It was in Reims, France, that the sensory journey began which would turn the joy of tasting into a true way of life…
Mumm Blanc de Blancs is a rare cuvée. Created in 1882, it was for a long time reserved for the directors and friends of the House. It is only since 2008 that this cuvée is marketed in limited quantities in the wine shops and on the tables of the greatest Chefs.
Made only from Chardonnay from the terroir of Cramant, in the Côte des Blancs, it is a cuvée with a unique personality.
Its elaboration is particular in order to direct it towards creamy and unctuous nuances.
Mumm Blanc de Blancs is distinguished by a very pure, luminous robe with slightly green reflections. Its bubbles are extremely fine.
On the nose, it is a champagne that offers notes of fragrant white flowers, lemon and fresh fruit.
On the palate, Mumm Blanc de Blancs has a delicate and subtle attack, marked by a beautiful chalky texture. It is a full and unctuous mouth, marked by slightly spicy aromas, a champagne with a silky texture. The finish is rich and expressive.