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  • 3 cl Magno
  • 6 cl Ginger Ale
  • Lime

For ultimate elegance, try our Ginger Brandy. Refined, without any fuss: a cocktail that lets the natural taste of the brandy take the main stage. A fusion of freshness and the spicy aroma of ginger. Enjoy this surprising combination of classic English spirit and the special twist of our brandy.

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  • 1/3 Magno brandy
  • 2/3 expresso
  • 3 coffee beans
  • 1 slice of lemon zest
  • 1 sachet of white sugar
  • 2 spirals of lemon zest
  • 1 cinnamon stick

To find the origins of the Carajillo, you have to travel 4,000 miles to the distant Cuba of the late 19th Century. During the war of 1898, Spanish soldiers geared up for battle by taking a shot of Brandy of Jerez mixed with the rich coffee of the island. The aim of this reinvigorating cocktail was to boost the courage of the troops. Hence the expression “Corajillo”. But many things were lost in Cuba, including one of the vowels from that expression: the first “o”. And so the cocktail became known as a “Carajillo”. Now the Magno Carajillo, with a new and more sophisticated recipe, is one of the most popular hot cocktails for the cold afternoons of winter. Irresistibly warming.

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  • 5 cl Magno
  • 1 can of cola
  • Plenty of ice
  • 1 slice of orange

Magno is from Spain.  Think happy, think sunny, think fiesta.
It shares its name with a popular cola and Magno cocktail: “España”.
Although we don’t yet know which came first – the country or the cocktail – we do know that they share a name and a passion for the small and grand pleasures of life. Enjoy our homeland’s very own cocktail!

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  • 5 cl Magno
  • 5 cl lemon sour mix
  • 3 cl single cream
  • 1 dash of egg white (optional)
  • 3 or 4 drops of orange blossom water
  • 2 cl soda
  • ice

Try this cocktail before lunch or dinner and dive straight back to the Deep South of the forties. This was the actual brandy and cream mix that appeared in “A Streetcar Named Desire” by Tennessee Williams, the Mississippi genius. It’s a cocktail straight out of the American South. A. cocktail… named desire.

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  • 5 cl Magno
  • 1 glass of orange juice
  • Plenty of ice
  • 1 slice of orange

As exotic as it is delicious. Its name, “Japonesa”, was coined by the barman who created it – Jerry Thomas – as a tribute to the Japanese officials who came to the United Nations. In addition to their UN headquarter duties, they would occasionally stop by Jerry’s bar and ask for a simple, tasty cocktail made with orange juice; a cocktail which is nowadays enjoyed in the east, west, and in your local bar.

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  • 5 cl Magno
  • Chocolate Milkshake
  • Ice (or drink it hot)

To drink hot or cold. Lumumba is perfect at any temperature. A dash of exotic colour that owes its name to the most alluring union of all: that of a man with his freedom. Its namesake, Patrick Lumumba, was the famous Congolese Independence leader. Thanks to this cocktail, his name remains in our mouths… literally.

Try a Lumumba!

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  • 5 cl Magno
  • 1 cube of brown sugar
  • 5 drops of angostura
  • Orange peel
  • A dash of soda
  • Ice

Sophisticated. Mysterious. Charismatic. The Old Fashioned cocktail is a famous classic in the cocktail lounge, but classics are there to be reinvented. Simply swap the Bourbon for Magno and you’ll rediscover a Hollywood icon, but with a real Spanish flavour.

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  • 5 cl Magno
  • 2 or 3 ice cubes

If there’s a classic among classics, it’s our Magno on Ice. An excellent cocktail for those moments when there’s nothing else to say and no need for any frills. When the best companion of all is just a little ice. Call it Magno on ice… or Magno on the rocks.

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  • 3 cl Magno brandy
  • 1 spoonful of bitter orange marmalade
  • 3 cl orange liqueur
  • 3 cl lemon juice
  • Lemon peel

Born and bred for combat during the First World War: that’s how we’d describe this, one of the world’s best-known cocktails. Originating in Paris, it was named out of respect for the persistence shown by the young American captain – travelling in a sidecar – who first asked for it. He was using it to combat the cold weather and stay fighting fit. These days, you can enjoy the most expensive Sidecar in the world at the Ritz in Paris for the princely sum of €1,350. But now you can try a Magno Sidecar, much closer to home and more affordable too!

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  • 5 cl Magno brandy
  • A dash of Angostura bitters
  • 13 cl Markham Ginger Ale
  • Lemon peel

The first recorded account of a Horse’s Neck cocktail mixed with brandy dates back to 1910. In vogue amongst the intellectual crowd of the time, the Horse’s Neck’s popularity reached its peak during the Prohibition era thanks to ginger ale, the soft drink of choice back then. It shared the limelight with Charlie Chaplin and even appeared in one of the renowned works of Ian Fleming, the creator of 007. A cultural heritage worthy of a celebrity! Are you game to try one?