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Wines from New Zealand, Moldova and France, and a few spirits too
Fifty year old single malt, a new gin, and our pick from this week's wine tastings
A raft of new single cask bottlings from GlenDronach
They’ve had little or no ageing, yet they often carry a premium price tag. Is white whisky a trend that’s here to stay, or merely a cynical exercise in stock management? Neil Ridley finds out
Drinks we've tried recently that made the grade: young blood from South Africa, Texan whisky, and the most expensive rum in the world
A whole wall of prejudice and muddled thinking surrounds whisky drinking. Dave Broom loads up his Mosquito with bombs of truth and takes to the skies. All together now, cue The Dam Busters music: daa… da… da… da... da-da... da... da
Pondering some of the smaller mysteries in life, Dave Broom attempts to solve the thorny problem of American whiskey in the UK and its relative unpopularity beyond ‘Jackncoke’
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.
As bling products become as popular as bankers’ bonuses, Dave Broom gives us a snapshot of which super premium products are still worthy of their hefty price tags
Jim Meehan, co-owner of New York’s cult hot-dog-stand-turned- cocktail-bar PDT, has just picked up Tales of the Cocktail gongs for Best American Bartender and World’s Best Cocktail Bar in New Orleans. Alice Lascelles asks the man from Please Don’t Tell to Please Tell All...
Still life: Customers and restaurants both miss out when the range of spirits available fail to match…17-12-2009 | Category: Gin Whisky / Whiskey Rum & Cachaca Cocktails Opinions Business Bourbon
No matter how eclectic the wine list, most UK restaurants offer a very mediocre range of spirits. And it’s not just the customers who are missing out, says Dave Broom
Bartenders today are blessed with an array of witty, wise – and eminently collectible – contemporary and vintage cocktail books to choose from. Tom Innes takes a look...