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    This modern gin and tonic has been created by Timo Siitonen (founder of A21) as a signature drink for the old abattoir area Teurastamo in He...

    The first printed reference to a fizz (spelled "fiz") is in the 1887 edition of Jerry Thomas' Bartender's Guide, which contains six fizz rec...

    Created at the RAC Club in London, but popularised at the American Bar at the Savoy, the perfectly balanced combination of orange and lemon...

    The Mojito is classic refreshing cocktail with a strong Caribbean heritage. While Cuba is the undisputed birthplace of the Mojito, the exact...

    The salt rim is quite easy to make. Take a wedge of lime or lemon, and wet the rim of the glass with it. Pour some salt (any salt will do bu...

    The classic Italian aperitif and favourite of our Master Distiller, Desmond Payne. The dry, herbal and bitter notes in this make it the perf...