The Cocktail Revolution HQ

Cocktail Revolution HQ is an online magazine that celebrates creative drinking, easy cocktail recipes, articles about cocktail culture, nightlife news and other content from VICE, Broadsheet and Schweppes. From mojito recipes, cocktail cupcakes and how to make the best cocktails, we make it easy to mix drinks at home. Beyond recipes, we share VICE's online video series Knapsack Bartender and exciting Australia bar and café reviews from Broadsheet.

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Champagne, or if you prefer, ‘sparkling wine’ – the beverage favoured by everyone from royals to rappers – is a cocktail’s best friend. 

Want to keep in shape over the summer but don’t want to miss out on those amazing drinks?

For when life gives you lemons… 

Whole eggs? In a drink? Shut. The. Front Door. No seriously, let’s do it. 

Sugar syrup is 1 part sugar 1 part hot water stir and chill before use
Right now, stone fruit is filling baskets at the market. While peaches and nectarines often turn up on cocktail lists, their apricot cousins are less frequently found in drinks. 

One of our favourite, in-season summer delights is stone fruit, and we’ve got a smashing recipe for a stone-fruit cocktail with plums. More tart than apricots, peaches or nectarines, plums have a distinct perfumed flavour. 

Enjoy this wonderful cocktail on Australia Day and you’ll be drinking a sunburnt country, a land of sweeping planes*.


Peaches are another of the fleeting seasonal stonefruit that, when at the peak of their curve, are so delicious that you’ll be miserable without them for the other 11 months of the year. 

Cocktail layering always seems so simple when they do it at the bar. 

Make this for your summer love...

Sweetened Condensed Milk is a delicious guilty pleasure and it’s nice to have an excuse to crack open a tin so you can dip a finger in let the guilt flood over you. 

Teapot is just another name for a cocktail shaker
Like fine wine, cocktails can also be improved with age. 

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