A ginger ale hot toddy with Tasmanian single malt whiskey will reignite your fire.
While nothing goes better with a Hendricks and Tonic (forget lemon), there are some even more captivating uses for the humble cucumber
So we all agree that chocolate is good. And rum. And Bunnies are cool too.
For the third and final round of our bartender masterclasses, we dropped into the Asian-Americana setting of Santa Barbara for a few creative cocktail lessons.
Owned and operated by Jerry Slater, Atlanta’s H. Harper Station is an American cocktail institution, responsible for the invention of a range of new and exciting drinks.
Together with Schweppes, the first in our series of bartender masterclasses took place over the weekend, with Dave Hobbs of SweatShop and host Dave Kerr showing some Broadsheet readers exactly how to drink creatively by stirring, squeezing, dashing and shaking their way through a selection of bar-quality cocktails, perfect for making at home.
Served tall, highball cocktails allow for the use of only a few great ingredients, highlighted by considered mixing and a creative approach. We’ve put together a list that’s perfect for the last of summer and best of all, easy to make.
Closely associated with tiki-themed drinks of the 1940s, the coconut was once prized as a versatile cocktail ingredient for several of its fine attributes.
Not to be confused with tequila, mezcal is a beverage like no other.
Sister venue to Melbourne's Chin Chin, and a classic late night watering hole in its own right, Gogo bar...
Based in Darlinghurst, The Passage is a sleek, narrow bar, which specialises in late night drinks...
Added to the range in the 1870's, the Schweppes Dry Ginger Ale recipe has been crafted and refined over almost 150 years.