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The Winchester

September 22nd, 2009

The Winchester

It’s no secret I’m not a huge fan of Tiki drinks. However one that uses three different gins as the base immediately piques my interest. But does Brian Miller’s Gin Zombie combine gin as well as classic TIki cocktails combine rum?

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Ransom Old Tom

August 13th, 2009

Ransom Old Tom

One of the things I love about travelling is the chance to get hold of rare and exotic ingredients, and top of my list when I headed over the the US for Tales of the Cocktail last month was Ransom Old Tom. But was it worth the effort?

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Signet Padovani

June 5th, 2009

Signet Padovani

A few months ago I visited Le Lion, a small bar in Hamburg, Germany. Without doubt one of the most memorable drinks I had there was the Padovani, a simple mixture of St. German and Scotch whisky that is made superlative by a rather expensive ingredient – Glemorangie Signet.

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St. Germain

September 21st, 2007

St. Germain

St. Germain is a relatively new liqueur from France, which uses hand-harvested elderflowers picked from the foothills of the Alps. Elderflowers are small, delicate, white flowers that bloom for just a few days every year, and have long been used in herbal remedies throughout Europe. Transported from the hills on the bicycles of the pickers, [...]

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