Get That Sunset Vibe With Passoã!
Just so you know, Damrak is not only sporting that slice of orange as a garnish because it looks “cute”. Their gin is jam-packed with orange peels – whether you’re sipping Damrak Gin or Damrak VirGin. Out of all the botanicals used in the original Damrak recipe, that sweet yet refreshing flavour of orange is one of the most important ones.
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Bandoeng’22 Pandan Likeur
Bandoeng'22 responds to the emergence of (Asian) restaurants with a modern and refined kitchen, increasingly combining dishes with beautiful cocktails. The liquor has a combination of spicy and sweet flavours and a striking green colour, making it perfect for widely use in mixes, cocktails, pastries and desserts!
Dark 'n Stormy Recipe
It’s claimed to have been invented by Gosling Brothers – a Bermuda-based distillery – around the time of the First World War, using their Black Seal rum. Anecdotally the drink has probably been around a lot longer, with sailors finding a combination of their daily rum ration with ginger beer easier and tastier to drink and the lime being added for vitamin C to ward off scurvy.
Keep Your Head Cool: Tips For Perfect Ice At Home
Bartender Skills: Sugar Syrup, a.k.a. Simple Syrup
Many cocktail recipes call for sugar syrup, but it’s not something that everyone is likely to have hanging around their kitchen cupboards. However, the good news is that it’s incredibly easy to make at home! Read all about it right here.
Pump Up The Jam; Upgrade Your Cocktails Easily
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Where Did Cocktails Get Their Weird And Wonderful Names? Pt.1
May Your Glass(ware) Always Be Half Full
There are literally hundreds of different styles of glassware, some of which are simply aesthetic, whilst others have more practical qualities to enhance your drinking experience. We take a look at a few of the glasses that you’ll most commonly find in a cocktail bar.