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In The Shaker: The Daisy

01-01-2015 | Category: Spirits & Cocktails In The Shaker

The Daisy, close relative of the Sour and the Fix, has been around since the nineteenth century, but in recent decades has gone by many other names. Jared Brown and Anistatia Miller plot the course of this essential drink, from Jerry Thomas to modern-day Savoy, via Tijuana

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Love or Hate

01-01-2015 | Category: Opinions Service Magazine

Want to know what restaurant punters love – and hate – about the way you guys do your job? Victoria Moore doles out slaps and kisses to the deserving as she gives us a customer’s eye view of waiter service

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The Working Poor

01-01-2015 | Category: England Business News Magazine

Barely any businesses in the on-trade have committed to paying their staff the living wage, and the industry’s record on rates of pay is simply abysmal. Richard Woodard examines an issue that shames the profession

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Ceps and The City

01-01-2015 | Category: Spirits & Cocktails News Magazine

To get ahead of the curve you need to ditch your Carrie Bradshaw Cosmo and start dabbling with mushroom cocktails. Mine’s a Porcini-tini, says Alice Whitehead

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These Sacred Slopes

01-01-2015 | Category: Italy Wines News Magazine

All but abandoned 30 years ago, Priorat’s wildly beautiful vineyards have since become some of the most sought-after in Spain. Tim Atkin MW hears a tale of wolf-pleasing hippies and their love of licorella

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Thinking Big

01-01-2015 | Category: Tastings News Ciders Magazine

Big bottles, big ambitions… and a big future for cider. Susanna Forbes and a team of tasters look at the producers making ciders that aim to challenge the grape’s food-matching supremacy head on

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Spice Spice Baby

01-01-2015 | Category: Rhone Tastings Red only Magazine

From the giddy heights of Côte-Rôtie, to the more affordable wines of Saint-Joseph, the Northern Rhône is a sought-after region for on-trade reds. Clinton Cawood joins a tasting panel in a quest for Syrah heaven

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Mix & Match

01-01-2015 | Category: Gin Tastings Magazine

It’s not just gin – there’s been plenty of energy in the tonic category of late, too. Clinton Cawood joins a panel of bartenders, and learns that with great choice comes great responsibility…

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Heats, Steeps and Leaves

01-01-2015 | Category: Tea Business News Magazine

A quality tea offering doesn’t just add great theatre to the dining experience, it can be a real money-spinner, too. Julie Sheppard looks at the move from PG Tips to GP hits

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The Faces of 2015

01-01-2015 | Category: Competitions People News Magazine

We’ve counted the votes, vetted the hopefuls and teed up our judges, so now it’s time to present the nominees for Imbibe Personality of the Year 2015

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Making the pub the hub

01-01-2015 | Category: Business News Venues Magazine

From parcel delivery on draft to paperbacks with your pint, the number of pub owners diversifying their offering in order to pull in the punters is on the rise. Alice Whitehead pops down to her local for a half and a haircut

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Five antique Buffaloes

23-12-2014 | Category: Whisky / Whiskey USA News

What's in this year's limited edition collection...

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Beer sales up; spirits, wine and cider down

22-12-2014 | Category: Spirits & Cocktails Beers England Business Wines News Ciders

Reports suggest beer is 2014’s big winner

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Drinks industry two years early on 'billion unit pledge'

19-12-2014 | Category: Business News

UK brewers remove 1.9b units of alcohol from the market between 2011 and 2013

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Tastings of 2014

19-12-2014 | Category: Spirits & Cocktails Tastings Wines News

We spent the year tasting our way around the world of wine, from Turkey to Swartland, and through a herculean number of spirits.

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