News & Articles

Filter by

Refine your search more:

Results

The Rotary Club: A machine that can make any flavoured vodka instantly

05-02-2010 | Category: Vodka Opinions

The amazing machine at the back of London’s Harvey Nichols Stoli bar is rewriting the mixology rule book. Chris Losh goes on the trail of the mince pie martini

» More

The Vodka Revolution: Vodka's popularity is growing

04-02-2010 | Category: Vodka Opinions

Once regarded as unfashionable and unsophisticated, Eastern European vodkas are now winning the hearts of vodka drinkers in search of a bit more taste and intrigue. Geraldine Coates reports on their growing popularity

» More

Step away from the lime, sir... Exploring the possibilities of cachaca

29-01-2010 | Category: Rum & Cachaca Opinions

Cachaça is a must-stock for any serious bar, but isn’t it time to move the spirit away from making endless caipirinhas? Nushi Surtani packs her G-string and sambas off to São Paulo to find out what the boys from Brazil do with their national spirit

» More

The Good The Bad & The Agave: Gregor de Gruther On Tequila

28-01-2010 | Category: Tequila Opinions

Whether he’s wrestling with spiky leaves or laughing at wrestlers, Imbibe’s bartender-at-large, Gregor de Gruyther, finds plenty to whet his appetite – and his back bar – on his maiden trip to Mexico to learn about all things tequila

» More

In the shaker: Getting creative with cocktails

28-01-2010 | Category: Spirits & Cocktails Opinions

Our esteemed mixologist is bowled over by punches, bringing you four classics and two modern versions

» More

In the shaker: Getting creative with cocktails

28-01-2010 | Category: Spirits & Cocktails Opinions

Acceptable in the 80s: Updating some cheesy classics

» More

In the shaker: Getting creative with cocktails

28-01-2010 | Category: Spirits & Cocktails Opinions

Jam-packed: Preserve-based cocktails

» More

In the shaker: Getting creative with cocktails

27-01-2010 | Category: Spirits & Cocktails Opinions Business

Profitable Pours: Cocktails that balance the books

» More

Honey, I Shrunk the Distillery: Micro-distillers

26-01-2010 | Category: Spirits & Cocktails USA Opinions

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

» More

Still Life: Dave Broom loses his sense of smell... and discovers a fresh taste perspective

22-01-2010 | Category: Whisky / Whiskey Rum & Cachaca Tea Tastings Opinions

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.

» More

In the shaker: Getting creative with cocktails

21-01-2010 | Category: Spirits & Cocktails Opinions

Kummel... a criminally underused spirit

» More

In the shaker: Getting creative with cocktails

21-01-2010 | Category: Spirits & Cocktails Opinions

Gin cocktails - genever and holland gin

» More

The Entertainer: There's more to bartending than knocking up a Dirty Martini.. learn from the mast…

19-01-2010 | Category: Cocktails Opinions

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

» More

Some like it hot: Warm cocktails for winter

19-01-2010 | Category: Cocktails Opinions

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

» More

Hark the unheralded: There are plenty of brilliant bars that don't bask in the 'sleb' spotlight

19-01-2010 | Category: Spirits & Cocktails England Opinions

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

» More

Register Forgotten password? Sign In

Subscribe Imbibe Magazine