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Do you like Pina Coladas and getting caught in the rain?

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I am pleased to let you know that getting caught in the rain is not a requirement for liking Piña Coladas. We have sourced recipes for some of our favourite cocktails, which just so happen to include the main ingredients for some of our best selling fragrances, for you to try out at home. 



Piña Colada

Fragrances to match:

Parfum Nashwa · 88 Pineapples · Sicilian Limes



The Piña Colada gets a bad rap among cocktail connoisseurs. For years, it was the poster child of the blender boom, a symbol of poolside bars and booze cruises. But the tropical classic—a mix of rum, coconut, pineapple and lime juice—dates back more than a half century, when it was the drink of the day in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Our recipe silences the blender blades and instead calls for pebble ice and a nice sturdy shake.



  • 2 oz Light rum
  • 1 1/2 oz Cream of coconut
  • 1 1/2 oz Pineapple juice
  • 1/2 oz Fresh lime juice
  • Garnish: Pineapple wedge
  • Garnish: Pineapple leaf


1.     Add all ingredients into a shaker with ice and shake vigorously (20-30 seconds).

2.    Strain into a chilled Hurricane glass over pebble ice.

3.    Garnish with a pineapple wedge and pineapple leaf.


Irish Coffee

Fragrances to match:

Voulez Vous


Irish Coffee may not be the first coffee drink with alcohol, but it has become one of the most famous. Combining coffee with Irish whiskey, brown sugar and lightly whipped cream, Irish Coffee is a hot, creamy classic.

There are many tall tales about the Irish Coffee’s origins. The most credible version attributes the cocktail to Joe Sheridan, the head chef of the restaurant at the Foynes Flying Boat terminal in County Limerick in the early 1940s. Legend has it that when he first served it and was asked if it was Brazilian coffee, Sheridan cheekily replied that it was “Irish coffee.”

The drink was later made famous by Staton Deplante, who worked at the Buena Vista Cafe in San Francisco during the 1950s. Deplante wrote about the drink frequently in a travel column that was read widely across the States and piqued curiosity about Irish Coffee.



  • 1 1/2 ounces Irish whiskey
  • 2 tsp brown sugar
  • brewed coffee, hot
  • Garnish: whipped cream

1.     Filling an Irish Coffee mug with hot water, let sit for 2 minutes, then discard the water.

2.    Add the whiskey and sugar to the glass, fill with the coffee, and stir.

3.    Top with an inch of unsweetened lightly whipped cream.



Fragrances to match:

Watermelons · Sicilian Limes


This watermelon cooler is perfect and refreshing for a day at the beach. You can also make this in a blender for the perfect frozen refresher!



  • 2 oz Watermelon juice
  • 6 Mint
  • 1 1/2 oz Square One cucumber vodka
  • 1 oz St-Germain
  • 1/2 oz Lime juice
  • 1/2 oz Agave nectar
  • 1 oz Bright, crisp white wine, such as Sauternes or verdejo (optional)
  • Garnish: 1 None Mint leaf


1.     In a shaker, muddle the watermelon juice or cubes and mint.

2.    Add the remaining ingredients and fill with ice.

3.    Shake, and strain into a Collins glass filled with fresh ice.

4.    Garnish with a mint leaf slapped between your palms.



Fragrances to match:

Sicilian Limes

The Margarita is one of the most popular cocktails in North America—for good reason. Combining the tang of lime and the sweetness of orange liqueur with the distinctive strength of tequila, our classic Margarita strikes all of the right keys.
Although many people reach for premade sour mix, we highly recommend using fresh lime juice. The end result is—let's face it—superior.

When talking Margaritas, it’s easy to get lost in stories about who invented the drink or get mired in debates over salt versus no salt; blended or frozen; triple sec, Cointreau or Grand-Marnier. In our opinion, this version is the tried-and-true recipe for the best Margarita you can make. Memorize it, and you’ll always impress.


  • 2 oz Blanco tequila
  • 1 oz Fresh lime juice
  • 1/2 oz Orange liqueur
  • 1/2 oz Agave syrup
  • Garnish: Lime wheel
  • Garnish: Kosher salt


  1. Add all the ingredients into a shaker with ice, and shake until chilled.
  2. Strain into the prepared rocks glass over fresh ice.
  3. Garnish with a lime wheel and kosher salt (optional).



Fragrances to match:

Sicilian Limes


To many people, the Mojito represents the perfect rum cocktail. The origins of the drink can be traced back to Cuba and the 16th-century Cuban cocktail El Draque, named for Sir Francis Drake.

Appropriately, almost all of the ingredients in the Mojito are indigenous to Cuba. Rum, lime, mint and sugar (derived from cane juice) are mixed with soda water to create a refreshing classic cocktail.

The Mojito is traditionally served over ice in a highball glass and often associated with summer. Like your cocktails with literary references? You’re in luck. The Mojito is said to have been a favorite of Ernest Hemingway.

While the Mojito is slightly more labor-intensive than other cocktails because it involves muddling the mint, the end result is a delicious, refreshing cocktail that can be enjoyed any time of the year.



  • 2 oz White rum
  • 3 Mint leaves
  • 3/4 oz Fresh lime juice
  • 1/2 oz Simple syrup
  • Club soda, to top
  • Garnish: Mint sprig
  • Garnish: Lime wheel


1.     Lightly muddle the mint in a shaker.

2.    Add the rum, lime juice, simple syrup and ice and give it a brief shake.

3.    Strain into a highball glass over fresh ice.

4.    Top with the club soda.

5.    Garnish with a mint sprig and lime wheel.


Espresso Martini

Fragrances to match:

Voulez Vous


If you’re looking for a pick-me-up post-dinner, the Espresso Martini is here to jolt you awake with its boozy magical powers. The cold coffee-flavored cocktail mixes vodka with espresso coffee, coffee liqueur (usually Kahlúa) and simple syrup. Garnish with a few coffee beans, and it’s picture perfect.

British bartender Dick Bradsell invented this now-classic drink, a.k.a. the Vodka Espresso, at Fred’s Club in London in the late ’80s. Legend has it that Kate Moss asked for a drink that would “wake me up and then fuck me up” at the same time, and the Espresso Martini was the result.



  • 2 oz Vodka
  • 1/2 oz Simple syrup
  • 1/2 oz Coffee liqueur
  • 1 oz Freshly brewed espresso
  • Garnish: Coffee beans


Blood Orange Sidecar

Fragrances to match:

Blood Oranges


This cocktail is an updated Sidecar with bright blood orange flavor.



  • 1 3/4 oz Hennessy V.S.O.P Privilège cognac
  • 1/2 oz Ransom dry vermouth
  • 1/2 oz Amara Amaro D'Arancia Rossa
  • 1/2 oz Simple syrup
  • 1/2 oz Fresh blood orange juice
  • 1 Lemon peel
  • Garnish: Blood orange wheel


1.     Combine all of the ingredients except the lemon peel in a mixing glass with ice and stir.

2.    Squeeze the lemon peel into the mixing glass and discard.

3.    Strain into a coupe.

4.    Garnish with a blood orange wheel.



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