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JANUARY: Cosmopolitan

11th January 2024

The Flavour

Gary Regan author of The Joy of Mixology said, “The cosmopolitan is the last true classic cocktail to be born in the twentieth century”. While the origins of the Cosmopolitan remain shrouded in debate, the consensus places its emergence on the vibrant atmosphere of the 1980s or early 1990s. This era was marked by a cultural shift, and the Cosmopolitan became a symbolic cocktail, embodying a cosmopolitan and sophisticated lifestyle.

A classic Cosmopolitan recipe typically includes vodka, triple sec, cranberry juice, and fresh lime juice. Traditionally served in a martini glass and often garnished with a twist of orange peel. It is an enduring drink that is still just as popular today as ever before; not just as an alcoholic beverage in bars and restaurants, but in the no and low, ready-to-drink market too.

Our top note flavour is characterised by a harmonious combination of tart cranberry, citrusy orange, and a hint of lime, creating a well-balanced and refreshing experience. Based on propylene glycol, our flavour allows you to create a truly alcohol-free beverage, perfect for dry January.


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Create Flavours are British producers of natural and clean label, savoury, sweet and beverage flavourings. Working from our allergen-controlled facility in Somerset, we design and manufacture premium food and drink flavourings and extracts.

To sample our Cosmopolitan or any of our savoury, sweet or beverage flavourings; contact us or call your account manager on 01275 349 300.

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