As part of my ongoing cocktail experimentations and investigations, I’ve developed a bit of an obsession with cocktail books. You may see me now and again in the Manchester branch of Waterstones leafing through the boozy books. These books are great for a bit of
When I was experimenting with The Mrs Petticoat, I came across Japanese Plum Wine. It’s a lovely cocktail ingredient, so I’ve been working on how to fit it into another drink. Now if you are a regular reader of this blog (and if so, hello, pull up a
This blog has lead me to all kinds of research, the most enjoyable of which has been finding out about some old school drinks. Many of which really appeal to my palate. Classics are classics for a reason after all. This week, I’m opting for the rather wonderfully
The Greedy Girl and I are good friends with the lovely @MrsPetticoat and her equally ace hubby @Brazly. And, after a random encounter in Solita some time back, we now regularly meet up for food and booze filled days. Given a shared love of cocktails and
When @BangersandBacon offered me the opportunity to provide a welcome drink at their Burns Night supper club, I experimented with a number of Scottish inspired cocktails before settling on The Lion Rampant. The Lion Rampant is a great cocktail, but it was chosen to appeal to a wide audience.
Following chats about cocktails with our good friends @BangersandBacon, they kindly gave me the opportunity to provide a welcome drink at their latest supper club – a Burns Night extravaganza. I couldn’t really turn down the option to unleash a cocktail on an unsuspecting public,
After the recent passing of David Bowie and Alan Rickman (both heroes of mine), I felt that a tribute drink would be in order. I had thoughts on a Bowie inspired cocktail, but eventually, I settled on something influenced by Mr Rickman as it suits
For this week’s blog I wanted to go classic and gin based, so I’ve gone back to pre-prohibition days for the classic Clover Club cocktail. There are a few variations of this one around, and mine is a bit of a combination of these. It works out beautifully to