Cocktail Flow features beautifully presented cocktail recipes with step by step guides and is packed with features you’ll love whether you’re a novice bartender or a professional mixologist. YOUR BAR, YOUR CABINET Mark the cocktail ingredients you have at home in the cabinet page and see what drinks you can make from them. The cabinet contains a large number of spirits, liquors and mixers. FIND THE COCKTAIL YOU’RE LOOKING FOR Browse cocktail recipes by categories or using the advanced search function. Drink recipes are categorized by base drink (gin, rum, tequila, vodka, brandy, champagne), type (classical, long drink, tropical, creamy, shooter, non-alcoholic), strength (Light, Medium, Strong) and color (red, blue, green, pink, yellow). FAVORITES Mark drink recipes you like as favorites to find them easily next time. MISSING SOMETHING? LET US KNOW We are constantly expanding the existing packages as well as adding new ones. If there are any suggestions you have, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org AND FINALLY: SIT BACK, SIP AND ENJOY Now that you’ve created a Negroni, Singapore Sling, Pina Colada, Bloody Mary, Zombie, Moscow Mule, B52, Daiquiri, Mint Julep, White Lady, Sex on the Beach, Vesper, Manhattan, Lemon Drop, Mai Tai, Cuba Libre, Sea Breeze, Long Island Ice Tea, Cosmopolitan, Margarita, Tequila Sunrise or any other cocktail – sip and enjoy. And always remember to drink responsibly. CONTACT US We love hearing from you so if you have any questions or suggestions, drop us an email at email@example.com and we’ll do our best to reply. If you choose to purchase Cocktail Flow Premium, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase. Current Cocktail Flow Premium subscription price starts at $4.99 USD/month, and one-month and 12-month packages are available. Prices are in U.S. dollars, may vary in countries other than the U.S. and are subject to change without notice. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period. If you don’t choose to purchase Cocktail Flow Premium, you can simply continue using Cocktail Flow for free. https://data.cocktailflow.com/privacy-policy.pdf
This is a great resource with great functionality. I highly recommend for someone like me who likes making cocktails regularly, but doesn’t have an encyclopedic memory of recipes and booze. Some things that would put this app over the top into amazing: * The ability to link ingredients from a custom recipe to the pantry list (so the custom recipes might show up when looking at the recipes you can make with stuff you have) * the ability to make custom pantry items that can be linked to existing recipes (paired with the other suggestion, of course)
This is great but it’s missing a ton of liquor and other ingredients. Honestly some very basic stuff is missing from here. I also hate there are very limited shot recipes. Other than that it’s pretty great.
The subscription model for the Premium version of the app is absolutely ridiculous. No amount of updates to what is basically a digital cocktail book could justify a monthly or yearly subscription fee. If you guys offered the app for like $10-20 to OWN, I would be more than happy to fork over the cash.
$3.99 a month subscription for cocktail recipes that you can find all of them over the web for free. Yes the application layout is nice but a cocktail recipe book does not belong in a subscription service. And I don’t even think the number of available recipes warrants more than a single charge of a few bucks. This should be add supported with the option of paying a one time fee that remove adds.
Bad first impression To call it iconic, yet fail at the essential assembly step. Simple drink that’s supposed to have dark rum at the top, making a dark storm cloud. Otherwise it’s just a brown murky.
I downloaded the app hoping to be able to add the liquors and ingredients I have available and get a list of the cocktails I can make with any and all of the ingredients. It lets you enter the ingredients into your “bar” but I don’t see how to get a list of the possible cocktails. I’m going to delete the app.
For the cost, I’m surprised that you can’t search cocktails by more than one ingredient at a time. For instance, if I search for rum, I get quite a few options. I’d like to shorten the list by another ingredient. It’s an obvious feature, and one I don’t want to do without.
I’ve liked Cocktail Flow for a while: it’s got a good interface, has handy features (like keeping a “pantry” to help determine what drinks you can make), and has a decently large if relatively standard selection of cocktails. There are a few things that are off, like some of the recipes being copied to the app wrong, or the pantry feature having a relatively small selection of less basic liquors and mixers, or some cocktails being made oddly simple to fit in better with their sorting and ingredient database. Nevertheless, I thought it was the best iOS app for most purposes. But... the pricing. I didn’t mind it too much when I first started using it, and it had a few $.99 -$2 cocktail packs that were mostly seasonal or other special occasion related. However, ever since the big revamp I think the pricing is kind of ridiculous: $20 a year or $4 dollars a month just to use this app that’s just doing what dozens of other apps and websites do, for free or just a single payment? When you look at the lists, more than half of the cocktails, including some very basic ones, are premium, which is incredibly frustrating. I know app developers have to make money somehow, but I would rather have just paid $5 once and had a few small IAP for seasonal collections at the worst, or something. But just adding some improperly transcribed cocktail recipes copied from someone else’s cookbook? Not worth it
I am getting fatigued with subscription to full versions. All the cool drinks require payment for “premium “. I am gonna delete and buy a small drink book to put at my bar.