Wednesday night saw the return of Cargo’s Freestyle Cocktail Sessions where the heavyweights of Sydney’s cocktail scene descended upon Cargo to mix up 1 part madness to 2 parts mayhem.
Month: October 2009
Sydney’s renowned Ladylux nightclub has reopened its doors with a chic new look and a complete makeover that has seen everything from the custom made carpet to the dance floor completely reimagined.
St-Germain ‘Delice de Sureau’ – a French elderflower liqueur – celebrated a ‘Harvest Party’ at Sydney’s Gin Garden on Wednesday night to mark the latest elderflower harvest which happens in France every spring.
Smirnoff Black is inviting bartenders to take part once more in the Copper Cup. Entries are set to close on October 31.
Bartender magazine and 4bars.com.au were lucky enough to catch up with a seventh generation Beam, Fred Booker Noe III on his last visit down under early August.
The French Gin brand G’Vine has developed a global program with the help of Door 74’s Philip Duff. The company is searching for 12 finalists from around the globe which they will then fly to France (Cognac and Paris) for a week of gin inspired challenges.
The Daisy is a much maligned and misunderstood drink classification. Is it a Sour? Isn’t it a Fix? Perhaps it’s a Collins of sorts or a Fizz?
Recently Mount Gay Rum announced the release of the much anticipated Mount Gay 1703 Old Cask Selection and revealed the new look of the Mount Gay Rum Extra Old.
There are now two new liqueurs from Queensland’s multi-award winning Tamborine Mountain Distiller. Try their distinctive Wattle Toffee Liqueur and the Violetta.
Opened in June this year following a swanky $2m revamp of the former Tattershall’s Hotel, Ruby L’otel offers something quite different to the Rozelle pub market. From Matt O’Neill and the founders of SumoSalad, James Miller and Luke Baylis, the venue pulls off the perfect mix of old and new with the public bar retaining a traditional feel and the huge beer garden providing a real wow factor.