You may have seen Millie Tang, sitting atop the shoulders of a coworker and filling 10 coupe glasses, stacked upon one another, with Daiquiri goodness — a Staiquiri, if you will.Here, she tells us the story behind that, how opening and running the now departed Deathproof changed her life, and why she’s loving being behind the stick at The Gresham.
Maybe Mae co-owner Ollie Margan speaks with Sam Bygrave in-depth on a few of the drinks that speak to the new cocktail list, which launches next week.
“This is just Maybe Mae growing up and being as good as it can be, so that she can look after guests as best as possible,” says award-winning bartender and managing partner, Ollie Margan.
Here, Sam Bygrave chats to Mulvihill about some of the challenges they’ve had to overcome in setting up a bar in a completely foreign city.
It’s handy to have a few low-alcohol recipes in your repertoire, and perhaps something with no alcohol at all (that still tastes good).
Well, Speed Rack is coming to Australia this month so ahead of her visit we caught up with Mix during the global finals of Bacardi Legacy in Mexico City in April, to talk about her journey, and what to expect when Speed Rack makes its long-awaited appearance on our shores.
IF YOU flick to the Bar Awards you’ll see a new Sydney venue popping up a few times. That venue is Chula, a Mexican restaurant and bar in Sydney’s King Cross, and the guy running it is this man here: Reece Griffiths
What is Australian gin? Well, there’s a few ways you can look at it, but one thing’s for sure: it’s the botanicals, stupid.
The world of tiki drinks is many and varied. The key theme? Well, it’s that idea of getting out of the everyday, escaping, of being anywhere other than here. So, with that in mind, here’s a drink that looks a little left of centre: the Pago Pago cocktail.
Queen Chow’s Ashling Barrett talks to us about how she’s grown up in bars (literally — her Dad owned a bar in New York), how she learned to be fast and how she craves a busy environment.