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Become a home bartender

There is no secret that Italians know a thing or two about exceptional food and drinks, and if you have ever visited this lively country, there is a good chance you submerged yourself into the tradition of Aperitivo. The word… Continue Reading →

Espresso Colada

If you are a fan of coffee cocktails, you must definitely try this one! Sort of a twist on the traditional Pina Colada with a splash of espresso and creme de mure it will leave you asking more! Ingredients 40ml… Continue Reading →

Shake&Stir Cocktail Masterclass with NIX&KIX

We have known the guys at @nixandkix since pretty much the time we started our business. It is also no secret that we are big fans of their unique products and delighted to see their great success story over all these years…. Continue Reading →

Breaking the boundaries. Get out of my kitchen/bar!

There are a couple of reasons why I wanted to investigate the similarities and the differences between bartenders and chefs. Firstly, I have always found the kitchen a huge source of inspiration – the recipes, techniques, creativity and tradition have… Continue Reading →

Scion Martini

Introducing our take on the classic martini, made with the lovely eco-conscious Sapling Vodka (who plant a tree for every bottle sold ). Substituting the dry vermouth with Muyu Chinotto Nero (another great brand supporting NGO’s in the Amazon). Garnished… Continue Reading →

The Wizard

Ingredients 150ml Blue Tea 15ml Eucalyptus Syrup 15ml Supasawa Method Add the blue tea and eucalyptus syrup to the glass Fill the glass with crushed ice Slowly add the Supasawa to the glass – you will notice colour change in… Continue Reading →

Creative and Delicious Cocktail Garnish

There is no secret that a lot of our inspiration for cocktail garnishes come from the kitchen, desserts in particular. We have been playing around with the idea of using meringues as decoration for our tipples for some time now… Continue Reading →

Side Car

We are in a mood for something classic today. How about a Side Car? It is one of those delicious and many times forgotten classic drinks that is bursting with flavour and a truly enjoyable tipple. Ingredients 40ml Cognac 20ml Cointreau… Continue Reading →

The Nocturne

Have you tried Rhum Agricole? This spirit from the French West Indies is similair to traditional Rum, but instead of molasses, it’s made from fresh sugar cane juice. That gives it a grassy and vegetal flavour profile that works brilliantly… Continue Reading →

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