Smoke adds a complexity and depth that can make a great cocktail a masterpiece. Discover more about the history and ingredients for making a smoked cocktail.
The perfect garnish for cocktails, like an Old Fashioned or Manhattan, here are five cocktail cherries that can add that special touch onto your drink.
Ice cubes are great, but sometimes a recipe calls for crushed ice or maybe you just think crushed ice tastes better. Here’s how to make crushed ice at home.
You’ve heard of smoking cocktails, but what about smoking ice? Here’s how to do it with or without a fancy smoker.
This gorgeous drink is the work of Tony Kennedy from our Craft Cocktail Club. With summer right around the corner, this is the perfect lounging-in-the-sun drink!read more
What’s a botanical cocktail without a shrub? This one features Seedlip Garden 108 alongside a tangy cucumber and lemon shrub. It’s like walking through a springtime garden.read more
This Negroni variation is rich, bitter and flavorful and tastes a LOT like a Negroni. Can you tell what’s missing?read more
Everyone knows the traditional smoking gun method for smoking cocktails. But if you want to know all about using wood to introduce smoke and flavor into your cocktails, this podcast is for you.read more
Summer’s coming to an end, but you can keep the smoke going with Smoked Cocktails! Listen in to learn the do’s and don’ts of smoking cocktails behind the bar.read more
From how to break down ice to what kind of ice to choose for which drink, if you want to learn more about working with craft cocktail ice at your bar or in your own home, you’ve come to the right place.read more