The Deadline for the Chase Cup 2019 is fast approaching… all entries must be submitted by Friday 22nd March to be in with a chance of winning this incredible prize.
Here, get a look at the video with Fancy Free’s Matt Stirling showcasing their Pet Not recipe, and get the specs below.
The Blends of the World brings you some Fancy Fellas, and talented ones at that, have united to open what will be one of Melbourne’s most transgressive drinking dens.
The bartender most associated with the Cosmopolitan recipe is Dale DeGroff. He used to be credited with the drinks invention, though he’s never claimed it; rather he “popularised a definitive recipe that became widely accepted as the standard,” he says.
Hubertus Circle Australia delivered the essence of Berlin downunder in Sydney: ice cold shots of Jägermeister, an abandoned church, techno, and a snake to name but a few of the highlights.
It pays to have a few unique serves up your sleeve, and this is where tequila — like the ones from Jose Cuervo and 1800 we’ve got here — can really shine.
The Irish coffee recipe you’ll find at New York’s Dead Rabbit is about as good as you’ll find anywhere, and back in July Sydney’s The Duke of Clarence adopted their recipe for use, too.
We like the Sidecar we get when we hit Rambin’ Rascal Tavern. They’ve dialled back the triple sec quotient, added a little bump of sugar, and allow the richness of the Martell VSOP to shine through (without overdoing it, Embury-style).
Herbs – you’ve paid for the whole bunch, right? You might as well get your money’s worth and put them to good use. Here’s how with Trash Tiki’s ‘second use’ recipes.
Industry folk, booze slingers, spiritual advisors, masters of mixology, wizards of flavours; whatever it maybe; ladies and gentleman you’re invited to the next instalment of The Perfect Blend Competition in Melbourne