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Left phone at the office. This Calls for a Cocktail.

It’s all happening. This calls for a cocktail.

Boss left for holidays. This calls for a cocktail.

It’s seriously hot. This calls for a cocktail.

Still daylight on the way home. This calls for a cocktail.

Races outfit sorted. This calls for a cocktail.

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. 

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. 

Yeah you read it right: ash. But thankfully unlike the remnants of a cigarette, this ash can’t be found deep in an ashtray. 

There are a heap of New Year’s Eve Cocktails. But what about a New Year Mocktail to take the edge off?

Lemonade scones with jam and cream are the kind of childhood treats that form powerful associative bonds. 

Orange juice is a miraculous substance: first cultivated in China in 2500BC, we’ve been drinking this stuff for breakfast for 5000 years.

The humble grape finds new form in wine, vinegar, juice and as a perfect sneaky snack while shopping in supermarket aisles (is that why they’re in plastic bags now?).

The watermelon is, by indication of it’s name, quite watery. 

If you’ve got a few pals coming over on a Sunday afternoon, there’s no surer way to please than whipping up a bowl of Sangria.

Chelsea Bagan is better known as Trophy Wife: the face (and nails) behind Trophy Wife Nail Art.

Cream manages to find its way into a large number of classic drinks. 

With summer just around the corner, all our thoughts are turning to a picnic rug in the park. While it’s unquestionably the place we want to be, unfortunately it’s not always the best venue for an impromptu bar. 

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