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Acceptable in the 80s: Updating some cheesy classics
Jam-packed: Preserve-based cocktails
Profitable Pours: Cocktails that balance the books
Micro-distillers, artisan outfits, whatever you like to call them, it’s the little guys who are making some of the most interesting stuff in spirits right now, says Larry Walker
Being struck by illness and subsequently deprived of your tasting senses for a few days can turn out to be a blessing in disguise, as an enlightened Dave Broom discovers.
Kummel... a criminally underused spirit
Gin cocktails - genever and holland gin
When it comes to tending bar, an encyclopaedic cocktail knowledge and expert mixing skills are nothing without a good bit of old-fashioned showmanship, says Nick Wykes of IP Bartenders
Even the simplest of hot cocktails can bring a welcome seasonal feel and extra sales opportunities to your list. And if you can set fire to them, well, so much the better, says Alice Lascelles
Name-dropping may be fun, but it won’t elevate you to the bartenders’ hall of fame. Nick Wykes celebrates the mixologists whose genuine talent can be missed among the PR-fanfare of better known celebrity haunts
There are times when nothing hits the spot quite like a brand with a little bit of cheese about it. Nick Midgley asked some top mixologists to ’fess up to some secret favourites
Good with food, great on its own and terrific value for money, it’s time, says Peter McCombie MW, for restaurants to reclaim sherry from the pensioners
The complete-o Mojito: the last word in customised Mojitos
The film Cocktail is 20 years young this year, and with so many kids now wearing clothes straight out of the 80s, it seemed the perfect time for Tom Sandham to re-visit the movie that has inspired a generation of bartenders
Scented, flavoursome and adorned with beautiful flowers, herbs are an essential ingredient for any cocktail list this summer. Alice Lascelles digs deep...