Useful advice on serving spirits

Ginlover? Don’t miss Junipalooza in June!

With fun, immersive installations that combine botanicals, industrial warehousing, music and gin – Junipalooza will be a unique experience. Junipalooza will be the physical manifestation of the Gin Foundry website – full of content, makers sampling gin and explaining how it’s made, tasty gin cocktails, retailers showcasing the finest gin related items and let’s face … Continue reading

Salvador Dalí’s cookbook “Les diners de Gala”

Salvador Dalí was, beside being a great artist, also a great epicurean. He specially loved good food. Less known is the fact that at young age he wanted to become a cook. Later, in the year 1973, he has captured his passion for cooking in the wonderful and rare book  titled ”Les Diners de Gala” in which he has featured 136 … Continue reading

Cartizze cocktail bar – a new heavenly place for cocktail lovers in London

I must say I was somehow always more winelover, even if in the far past I was together with my father, studying a bit the magical world of cocktails and did a few also at home. But I have really fallen in love for the first time with cocktails a few years ago when at … Continue reading

Evening with chefs Marko Pavčnik & Uroš Štefelin at restaurant Pavus – this time with beer

Marko Pavčnik is absolutely between my favourite Slovenian chefs. His dishes are always the right mix of creativity and harmony. And most of all – he knows how to exalt the taste. So I’m happy to announce the evening which are creatig Marko Pavčnik and his lovely wife Katja in their restaurant Pavus together with … Continue reading

Blumenthal’s gin with earl gray tea

  British chef Heston Blumenthal has launched a line of lemon gin and tea for the supermarket chainWaitrose. The drink mixes classic earl grey tea with what is described as high-end lemon gin distilled with almond, orris root, Juniper, coriander, lavender, angelica and Liquorice. Blumenthal promises that all people need to enjoy his flavor packed gin is … Continue reading

Top 10 ideas from Food and Beverage over the last 12 months by Springwise

Springwise is all about innovative business ideas. This time they have picked out their top ten Food & Beverage articles from the last 12 months. We all hope that the ideas listed below provide entrepreneurs with plenty of inspiration and spark even more innovative efforts in the future! 1. Cocktail bar offers discounts based on stock … Continue reading

Chandon Limited Edition Brut Classic for London Olympics 2012

The limited edition Brut Classic is made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, and blended with 10 to 20 percent Reserve wines from previous harvests. The wine goes through a second fermentation in the bottle to attain citrus spices layered over notes of almond and caramel. California winery Chandon has released a limited-edition bottle … Continue reading

In London pub, customers help themselves via tablets and self-service beer

It wasn’t long ago that we featured Kuala Lumpur jazz club No Black Tie’s service enabling patrons to order their drinks using BlackBerry Messenger, but recently we came across another effort with a similar focus on self-service. Set in London this time, the new Thirsty Bear pub uses table-side tablets and self-serve beer to help customers help themselves. After … Continue reading

Drink Away Art

Forget about wandering through an art gallery and wondering if you’re the only one who has no idea what anything means. Acess Agency has brilliantly invited the cultural elite to grab a glass at an exhibition in Dresden, Germany, and drink away the art. Regardless of what we do or do not understand about art, we can all … Continue reading