Want to keep in shape over the summer but don’t want to miss out on those amazing drinks?
Are you one of those people that loves to have friends round and rejoice at the look on their faces when they realise that you’re the second coming of Martha Stewart? Yeah, us neither.
The power of the mighty Pacific has inspired artists and poets for millennia, but by far its most significant influence has been on the history of cocktails.
Last month, Broadsheet and the Cocktail Revolution gave workplaces in Sydney and Melbourne the opportunity to learn the basics of mixing drinks.
You might think all gin and tonics are born equal, but nothing could be further from the truth. Some gin varieties are infused with delicate botanical flavours after they’re distilled.
Every few weeks, we visit the working studio of a creative company and make some drinks with them at the end of the week.
For added cosmic effect, try this one as a punch to share the fun.
Staying alcohol free for a night isn’t all that bad.
For the third and final round of our bartender masterclasses, we dropped into Dave Kerr’s very own dive bar, The Beaufort, for a few inspired cocktail lessons.
Produced exclusively in Scandinavia, aquavit (or akvavit) is a potent grain or potato-based spirit that is often compared to gin and anise-based alcohols.
Launched in London in the 1870's, Schweppes Indian Tonic Water was drunk for its revered ingredient of the time; quinine.