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September 23rd, 2008

Another Old Tom gin surfaces, this time from the man behind the excellent Jensen’s Bermondsey gin. Based on a recipe from the 1840s this Old Tom uses absolutely no sugar, instead relying on increased botanicals to add sweetness and flavour as the first Old Toms probably did over 200 years ago.

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Angostura Orange Bitters

July 30th, 2007

Angostura Orange Bitters

Perhaps the most famous brand for bitters these days is Angostura, whose aromatic bitters have managed, despite all odds, to maintain excellent distribution in many countries. However, orange and aromatic bitters are two very different beasts so while making drinks that require aromatic bitters isn’t a problem, if you’ve been after orange bitters you’re out [...]

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Modern Mixology DVD Review

July 24th, 2007

Modern Mixology DVD Review

As great as cocktail blogs are as a resource for learning, there are some things that are best learnt in video rather than text form. Robert Hess’ The Cocktail Spirit is an excellent recent attempt at a video-based cocktail resource, and Youtube has a plethora of cocktail tutorials, some good, the vast majority very bad. [...]

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