The Don – The UK’s First Drinkable Art Cocktail Serve

To celebrate The Year Of Mexico in 2015 Tequila Don Julio has created an innovative new fusion between art and drink called The Don, which will launch at M Restaurants in February 2015. This pioneering cocktail serve is an interactive drinkable art piece, which holds approximately 100 cocktail serves and is the first of its kind in theContinue reading “The Don – The UK’s First Drinkable Art Cocktail Serve”

Need Some More Inspiration For Christmas? Take A Look At These Festive Recipes!

The “Zacanta”, from James Fowler, UK World Class Winner 2014, served at The Larder House Bournemouth Ingredients –  2 bar spoons of Christmas mincemeat 15ml Spiced pineapple puree 50ml Ron Zacapa 23 10ml Kamm & Sons 10ml Lime juice Method –  Pop all in a shaker and shake with good ice, then strain into gobletContinue reading “Need Some More Inspiration For Christmas? Take A Look At These Festive Recipes!”

Diageo Still Popping Up At The Edinburgh Fringe

Get yourself to Edinburgh and check out a whole host of pop-up bars from Diageo – Tanqueray Secret Garden 56 North, Tanqueray Gin and Diageo World Class are delighted to present the “Secret Garden”. Located behind the home of Scottish Gin at 56 North this previously unused space is being transformed into a summer gardenContinue reading “Diageo Still Popping Up At The Edinburgh Fringe”

A World Class House

From today until Sunday 3rd August, the industry’s most prestigious and respected mixology competition World Class, will open its doors to consumers for the very first time. For the whole week the World Class House will host a series of immersive, engaging and inspiring brand experiences in each room of the five story Georgian townhouse everydayContinue reading “A World Class House”

Don Julio Tasting Notes

Tequila is another one of those brands that can split opinion right down the middle. As explained when i touched on blended whisky, stigma seems to carry most onto the trend that tequila is there to be slammed down with some salt, lemon and lime. Well i couldn’t agree more. It’s traditional to mask theContinue reading “Don Julio Tasting Notes”

The Liquorists Tequila Trail Review

Last week I took part in the latest installment of the hugely popular spirit trails hosted by the ever knowledgeable The Liquorists, with this night focusing on that sometimes forgotten category – tequila. A ‘veteran’ so to speak of these trails (I’m now on eight and counting – living up to my Drinks Enthusiast name!)Continue reading “The Liquorists Tequila Trail Review”