Need a grapefruit and lavender bitters? There’s a brand with that. Or perhaps, no, you need oolong tea notes with your grapefruit bitters? There’s a bitters for that, too. Garlic Cocktail Spice? Unicorn Tears? You get the idea. So, just how many bitters do you need?
It’s World Daiquiri Day so here’s two Daiquiri recipes: a hybrid classic spec, and the Pteradaiquiri
We've written before about the Daiquiri, of course, but today is the 19th and that means we'll be sipping these two Daiquiri recipes to celebrate World Daiquiri Day today.
The Test Pilot was copyrighted in 1941 by Beach, the drink has appeared elsewhere under different names, like the Space Pilot (at Tiki Ti in Los Angeles), the Jet Pilot (at the Mai-Kai Restaurant in Florida), the Ace Pilot and the Astronaut.
Melbourne cocktail bar Above Board made a showing in the finalists list for this year's Bartender Magazine Australian Bar Awards, picking up some six nominations. Get to know the bar a little better with this simple, refreshing drink from bartender-owner, Hayden Lambert.
What is Old Book Laphroaig? Watch Sam Egerton from Charlie Parker’s make Winter Mornings in Christchurch
Here, Sam Egerton demonstrates through his Winter Mornings in Christchurch how Charlie Parker’s explores experiential and emotive drinks concepts within their menu.
Welcome to the Charlie Parker's How To series of videos, a collection of delicious and innovative creations that are the brainchilds of the extremely talented duo Toby Marshall and Sam Egerton.
Swing open the door to a tavern in the late 1600’s in Boston, and you’d find plenty of carousing and swearing thanks in no small part to the “drams of flip” they were consuming. These were revolutionary times in America, and you can channel them for yourself with this Hot Ale Flip recipe.
Ask anyone who's had the chance to drink a Batanga with Don Javier, and they'll tell you that they just never taste as good as when you're at La Capilla.
Charles H. Baker Jr's writing from the first half of last century still has relevance for bartenders today — even if, at times, some of his descriptions are a little jarring to the modern reader — and his work has bequeathed recipes like this Bird of Paradise Fizz.