Tag: jono carr

Guyana’s single still rums; why the still makes such a difference

“Guyana has managed to adjust and grow with the world around it and continue to make rum that is both interesting and delicious. It also is home to some of the world’s only remaining working wooden stills, both pot and continuous, The Port Morant and Enmore stills. Over 200 hundred years old and still going.” – Jono Carr

High end whiskies: How to taste them on our wages, writes Jono Carr

“There’s no point having all these awesome bottles if we can’t share them with the people that want to try them. Half serves is such an easy way to let people compare, try something a little more pricey, or simply try something really punchy without feeling it too much the next morning.” – Bryce McDonough, Burrow Bar