Warmer times are here, and so is the desire for tropical drinks to whisk you away from the every day. That’s just what Monin’s new Tropical Island Blend syrup is designed to do.
Respected Sydney restaurateur and hotelier Maurice Terzini (Icebergs and The Dolphin) has partnered with fashion designer Justin O'Shea to launch Goldy Gin, a gin that is designed to taste like, well, gin.
These New Zealand gins boast a sense of place, and are set to challenge how people think about classic gins — read more from the makers themselves on how they did it (they even made their own still).
Buffalo Trace Distillery dominates the American Whisky Category, according to Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible 2018, winning the top prize of World Whisky of the Year.
Sortilège is derived from an authentic recipe developed by the descendants of the first settlers of Quebec who brought whisky-making techniques to the new world and added a local native ingredient, maple syrup.
Untold comes in the form of a distinctive, full-bodied, full strength spiced rum and a range of premixed spiced rum drinks made by renowned bartender Dave Kerr (The Beaufort) and his fellow Australian bartender friends Nathan Beasley (Black Pearl), Oscar Eastman (ex-Eau de Vie) and Dre Walters (The Lobo Plantation).
The brand will once again include Whiskey in the blend, which previously had been phased out until Sazerac purchased the iconic brand in 2016.
Originally inspired by his family’s Mediterranean heritage, Borg’s mother migrated from Malta to Australia in the 1960’s and brought a small clipping of her favourite fruit – the fig. To this day, the tree she planted still produces luscious figs for only two precious months each year.
There's still a veritable treasure trove of liqueurs styles out there for bartenders to muck about with — here's a look at five obscure styles of liqueur that are ripe for a comeback.
If you like supporting small brands and uncovering little known gems then the Indie Spirits Tasting is tailor-made for you. The folks from La Cantina are showcasing their Del Professore range of vermouths and gins which are a collaboration between famous distiller Carlos Quaglia and the Jerry Thomas Project.