Vintage port is one of the undisputed darlings of the drinks trade – but does it deserve its reputation? Clinton Cawood dusts off his decanter and joins our panel to take a look at three decades’ worth of the Douro’s finest
The humbler, hard-working element of the classic spirit-and-mixer has recently been getting some of the attention it deserves. Our panel put a selection of flavoured tonics, colas and ginger beers to the test, while Clinton Cawood supplied the straws
If your idea of dry vermouth is a French bottle gathering dust on the back bar, you’ve not been paying attention. Clinton Cawood joins a panel as they put some to the test
It’s time to doff our caps to the Chancellor, whose scandalous fall from grace Tom Walker is trying to rectify. But which whisky will get this classic out of the red and back into the black?
The man bringing craft beer to the Yorkshire massive speaks to Clinton Cawood about his love of cooking, kids’ TV, Glastonbury and Walter White
In Athens, the classics don’t just mean ancient statues. our man Naren Young goes barhopping in the ancient city in search of a Big Fat Greek Hangover
New restaurant, Peace & Loaf, opening in Newcastle
First Drinks Brands ducks out of supermarket discount wars
A rye whisky base with juniper and hops botanicals, barrel aged. Gin, you've changed
We're calling on you to help draw up the shortlist for the annual Imbibe Personality of the Year awards
Win what we consider to be the best of the best at the recent Absolutely Cracking Wines from France tasting
Imbibe tastes the latest Laurent-Perrier Alexandra Rosé vintage with the champagne's namesake
Bitters made from the moisture in the walls of Sir Winston Churchill's wartime bunker
Cask Strength & Carry On, into the future...
Nespresso coffee machine showroom pops up in the West End