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There is a cocktail suitable for every occasion: from aperitifs, to brunch, to after dinner and today, the new trend is to combine a cocktail with a dish with the same aromatic composition, to enhance the taste buds and amplify them the taste.

On this page you will find the cocktails that have made the history of mixology!

Check the ingredients you need in our shop and make Fred's cocktails at home!


The Bijou cocktail was created in the late 1900s by Harry Jhonson, one of the founding fathers of modern mixology. It is a jewel for the eyes and for the palate.

The name derives from Bijou (from the French "jewel") for its color, given by the tones of the products used: Gin for the diamond, Vermouth for the ruby, Chartreuse for the emerald.

What you need to make the Bijou:

Vermouth 25 and Gin 7

Fred's Bijou Cocktail Recipe:

20ml Vermouth 25 Fred Jerbis

20ml Gin 7 Acacia Barrel Fred Jerbis

20ml Green Chartreuse

dash orange bitters

garnish: cerry

How to make the Bijou cocktail:

The preparation of the cocktail is simple: mix the ingredients together in a mixing glass with ice to mix Gin, Vermouth and Chartreuse and pour into a cocktail glass (cup). Garnish with a cherry.


The Blood and Sand cocktail is a true masterpiece of mixology: refined and mysterious.

The recipe appeared for the first time in 1930 in The Savoy Cocktail Book by Harry Craddock: the holy book of mixology.

But who invented the Blood and Sand? Craddock does not reveal it in his book, but he was certainly a cinema-loving bartender, given that the name refers to the famous film by Rudolph Valentino, Blood and Sand , from 1922.

What you need to make the Blood & Sand:

Vermouth 25 and Cherry Ratafià

Fred's recipe of the Blood and Sand cocktail:

15ml Vermouth 25 Fred Jerbis

15ml Cherry Ratafià Fred Alkemil

30ml Fresh Orange Juice

30ml Scotch Whisky

garnish: dry orange slices

How to prepare the Blood and Sand Cocktail:

Pour all ingredients into a shaker filled with ice; just shake for a few seconds, then pour and filter the mixture into an already cold cocktail glass.


The Hanky ​​Panky is a drink made up of only 3 ingredients, two of which are from the Italian tradition: vermouth and fernet.

A classic but also extremely modern cocktail thanks to the perfect balance between Vermouth and Gin and the boost given by the Fernet, which makes it unmistakable.

The Hanky ​​Panky is also the first cocktail to be invented by a woman: Ada Coleman. It is 1920 and 'Coley', as she was known by all, was head bar lady at the Amercan Bar in London's Savoy Hotel.

But why is it called Hanky ​​Panky?

The American Bar in London in the 1920s was frequented by celebrities and Charles Hawtrey, a musical comedian of the time and a great lover of cocktails, used to have his last drink of the day right in the bar of the most luxurious hotel of Great Britain.

Ada Coleman decided to create a cocktail especially for him. Hawtrey one evening, after tasting it exclaimed: "By Jove! This is a Hanky ​​Panky" which means "You fooled me!" in an ironic sense, because that drink was truly remarkable.

Ideal as an aperitif and after dinner, curious to try it?

What do you need to make the Hanky ​​Panky?

Vermouth 25 and Gin 7

Fernet 25

Fred's Hanky ​​Panky Cocktail Recipe:

20ml Vermouth 25 Fred Jerbis

20ml Gin7 Fred Jerbis

7.5ml Fernet 25 Fred Jerbis

20ml fresh lemon juice

garnish: dry orange slices

How to make Hanky ​​Panky:

Pour all the ingredients into a mixing glass filled with ice, mix well, filter and pour into a chilled Nick & Nora glass. Garnish with dried orange peel.


THE Corpse Reviver #2 is the most loved cocktail by Gin lovers: a cocktail as unique as its name.

Corpse Reviver #2: “river of corpses”, the name alone will impress all your friends.

It's a classic sour and spicy gin sour cocktail with lemon juice and Imperial Dry Curaçao: the liqueur made by Fred with bitter oranges and orange blossom.

It seems to have been invented at the Savoy Hotel in London by Harry Craddock himself, author of The Savoy Cocktail Book : the sacred book of mixology dated 1930. A cocktail conceived in the pre-prohibition era but which today is present in the IBA Contemporary Classics category ( International Bartenders Association)

But why is it called Corpse Reviver #2?

Because it's a cocktail with an invigorating power, a kind of magic potion that brings you back into the world. The aim was to wake up the body after a hangover.

What you need to make the Corpse Reviver:

Vermouth 25 and Gin 43

Dry Imperial Curcaçao

Fred's recipe of the Corpse Reviver cocktail:

20ml Vermouth 25 Fred Jerbis

20ml Gin43 Fred Jerbis

20ml Imperial Curaçao Fred Alkemil

20ml fresh lemon juice

dash absinthe

garnish: lemon peel

How to prepare the Corpse Reviver:

The preparation of the cocktail is simple: mix the ingredients together in a mixing glass with ice to mix Gin, Vermouth, Imperial Curacao and lemon juice, pour into a frozen cocktail glass. Garnish with freshly cut lemon peel.


Today we present the Aviation, the most delicate cocktail in the world based on Gin43 Fred Jerbis, Maraschino and Creme Violette Fred Alkemil.

The Aviation is a historic cocktail born in 1916 from the expert hands of Hugo Ensslin, barman of the Wallick Hotel in New York.

In 1930 the Savoy Cocktail Book published the Aviation recipe without the violet liqueur and therefore the cocktail lost its purple color and its delicate taste.

Only in 2007 was the Creme Violette reintroduced and the Aviation returned to being that purple and elegant cocktail that we all love today. It has been an official IBA cocktail since 2011.

Why is it called Aviation? Because it was dedicated to British airmen during the Second World War.

A drink that is served in a cup and with a cherry as a decoration.

What you need to make Aviation:

GIN 43


Violet creams

Fred's Aviation Cocktail Recipe:

45ml GIN43 Fred Jerbis

15ml Maraschino Fred Alkemil

15ml fresh lemon juice

garnish: cherry

How to prepare the Aviation:

Pour all the ingredients into a shaker filled with ice, shake well and pour into a frozen cocktail glass using a strainer or sieve, making sure the ice does not fall into the glass. Garnish with a cherry.


The Bramble is a cocktail belonging to New Era Drinks and is made with Gin43 Fred Jerbis and Elixir Cassis Fred Alkemil.

The Bramble was invented in 1984 in Fred's Club in Soho - the silty district of London - by Dick Brandsell. Today it is one of the most prepared and appreciated drinks in the world and since 2011 it has been an official IBA cocktail.

A simple and fresh cocktail sour where there is great harmony between the complex taste of gin and the wild and sweet taste of blackcurrant.

Why is it called Bramble? Bramble translated from English means "bramble", from the plantation of blackberries. Dick Brandsell was inspired by his childhood memories to create this cocktail, when as a child he picked blackberries on the Isle of Wight.

A drink that is served in an old-fashioned glass with crushed ice.

What you need to make the Bramble:


Elixir Cassis

Fred's Bramble Cocktail Recipe:

45ml Gin43 Fred Jerbis

15ml Elixir Cassis Fred Alkemil

15ml fresh lemon juice

7.5ml Simple Syrup

garnish: 2 blackberries

How to prepare the Bramble:

Pour all the ingredients (except the Elixir Cassis which you will serve later) into a shaker filled with ice, shake well and strain into an old fashioned glass filled with crushed ice. Pour the Elixir Cassis. Garnish with two blackberries.


The Martinez is the ancestor of the Dry Martini, it is the cocktail made with Gin7 Fred Jerbis Acacia Barrel, Vermouth 25 and Maraschino Fred Alkemil.

The history of Martinez is shrouded in mystery, it seems to have been made for the first time between 1860 and 1870 by Harry Johnson, but the first codified recipe dates back to 1887 in the famous book Bartenders Guide: How to Mix Drinks by Jerry Thomas.

It has gone down in history as the evolution of the Manhattan and the forerunner of the Dry Martini. Only in 2020 was it included as an official IBA cocktail.

Fred Martinez is a sweet cocktail: it smells of botanicals, juniper berries and has the sweetness of maraschino. It is suitable for all hours, not just for after dinner.

Why is it called Martinez? Martinez in honor of the Californian city of the same name, where the bartender Julio Richelieu served a Martinez Special to a miner who wanted to drink something special.

A drink that is served in a chilled cocktail glass.

What you need to make the Martinez:


Vermouth 25

Fred's Martinez Cocktail Recipe:

30ml Vermouth 25 Fred Jerbis

30ml Gin7 Acacia Barrel Fred Jerbis

2 dashes Maraschino Fred Alkemil

2 dashes Orange Bitters

garnish: dry orange slices

How to prepare the Matinez:

Pour Vermouth25 and Gin 7 into a mixing glass filled with ice, mix well, add Maraschino and Orange Bitter, filter and pour into a frozen Martini glass. Garnish with a dried orange peel.

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