Hair of the dog cocktails to ease your New Year's Day hangover

Happy New Year gin fans! We hope you had a gintastic evening celebrating the start of 2016. If you were celebrating a bit too hard and have woken up today feeling a bit worse for wear, a dose of the hair of the dog that bit you might just help ease you into the new year - well, there is a whole weekend before work starts again after all...

Red Snapper

A gin-based version of the Bloody Mary, this is the perfect accompaniment to a New Year's Day brunch.


Corpse Reviver #2

One of a series of 'Corpse Reviver's specifically designed as hangover cures, this classic cocktail is refreshing, astringent and strong enough to revive you from even the toughest morning-after suffering.

 Breakfast Martini

Who needs marmalade on your toast when you can have it in your Martini? This delicious concoction was created in 1996 by Italian cocktail aficionado Salvatore Calabrese and was inspired by the traditional breakfast served up to him by his English wife, Sue.

Fog Cutter

A tiki cocktail packed with fresh fruit juices to up your vitamin levels - but it's also seriously packed with booze, so proceed with caution! Victor "Trader Vic" Bergeron, who first created the drink allegedly said of the drink, "Fog Cutter, hell—after two of these, you won't even see the stuff."

Silver Fizz

Before there was Alka-Seltzer there was the Silver Fizz! This 19th century concoction has been soothing sore heads for more than 150 years...