Month: April 2009

Pumpkin by Ligne Roset

From the 2009 collection by Ligne Roset Pumpkin is a first edition from the private…

The Willy by Panzeri

Nope, it’s not a whale. The Willy is a brand new light fixture from the…

Infratube from Infratech USA

Infratube, the latest U.S. technology in infrared electric outdoor heating, has finally arrived in Oz.…

Vectron’s Wireless Pourers

Times are tough and booze wastage is an issue you shouldn’t have to contend with.…

Absinthe Degustation at Sling

Brisbane’s Sling Lounge have joined forces with The Experimental Cocktail Club to host an absinthe…

London Update… Walk In Gin

Let me say first off, to save a flood of corrective comments, that yes, I know a gin and tonic is not technically a cocktail. At least it isn’t when served in a glass, but what if it is atomised and suspended as a cloud in a tiny room and inhaled by intrepid cocktailians in boiler suits?

Spice Market, Melbourne

Melbourne’s new Spice Market occupies a large basement space down Beaney Lane (off Russell Street) below the newly redeveloped Grand Hyatt Melbourne and manages to completely redefine the concept of a laneway bar.

CLASSIC: Sazerac

Like Bourbon Street, Jazz and Creole cooking, the Sazerac cocktail is quintessentially New Orleans. Supposedly one of the world’s first cocktails, it is definitely the most famous drink to come out of the Louisiana party town. Also includes video of Robert Hess preparing the drink…