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Ryders on the Storm


The poor old lady – if only she’d added gin. Here’s the recipe for the Ryders on the Storm: 2 parts gin, 1 part apple cider, 1 part lime juice, 1 part ginger beer, garnish with apple slice and cinnamon stick. The name is an echo from the Doors’ song, spelt “riders”. Intriguingly their producer is rumoured to have walked out of the recording studio because he thought the song was ‘cocktail music’! Here is an extract from Cocktails & Kicktails by Hugh Stewart.

Ryders on the Storm2021-09-22T12:21:17+00:00

Chelsea Flower Show


Have you got your tickets yet ? You’d better travel there on foot or by bicycle as the 2021 message is green, green, green. Think Tom Jones. As the Guardian put it “a green message for the green-fingered”.  Despite the green theme the bar at the Flower Show is the Jardin Blanc (named after Raymond) where there are “exciting cocktails”. Well, what qualifies as exciting ? How’s about Ryders on the Storm ? Made from green apples, and inspired by an old lady’s sad demise:

Chelsea Flower Show2021-09-23T13:20:20+00:00

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