Forgot password?
Enter your information

Please hold your phone upright

    A French wine aperitif, made from wine and quinine. The recipe first appeared in 1846 in the Opéra region of Paris. Produced in three phases: first, red and white grapes are soaked in neutral spirits for a month. The result is later enriched with mistelle and aged in oak vats for a year. Finally, it is flavored through percolation of cinchona bark and other secret herbs and plants. The resulting mixturer filtered and bottled.'

    Frequently asked questions about cocktails

    What cocktails are in trend now

    The 5 most popular cocktails in the world - Daiquiri,50 Shades of Oolong,Cosmopolitan,Rusty Nail,Vodka with Sprite

    What is combined with Dubonnet

    In cocktails, Dubonnet goes well with - Cognac,Aged rum,Benedictine,Dark cacao liqueur,Aperol
    You have disabled javascript in your browser. Our web site can not work properly without it.Enable it, please.