I’m too cheap to buy ingredients to make cocktails but tried this lil box out. Good for novices like me who enjoy the excitement of drinking new things and don’t want the price tag with it
we very much enjoyed the four that came last week and I love the little garnishes they put with them (dehydrated lime/orange/raspberry powder)
Plus if you use that code above I get some discount
I’m not even the biggest fan of Guinness but the ‘Guinness reduction’ in a cocktail just instantly made me want it. Will have to keep it in mind next time I’m in Edinburgh.
Seems to be less booked up than the rooftop bar, which has the great views tbf, but also has less good drinks menu. So seems to be a slightly underrated location
The feeling when you get a drink out that you could make better yourself at home (usually margaritas for me)
3 measures gin
2 measures vermouth
1 measure cherry liqueur
1 maraschino cherry
Lovely mezcal apple ginger thing
Please can you bring me one?! That looks and sounds great!
Sorted my mood right out thats for sure
Thought about bringing my cocktail gear on holiday but stupidly decided against it
As a result, here’s my margarita shaker for the week
Out grabbing a Sicilian cocktail - make mine a Totone
Made some homemade grenadine, made a Blinker
@Gnometorious and @Avery
Ahhh I’m so jealous and wish I was with you all!
Couple of beauties from Marlowe in Barca - great place, great bar staff, great chat with the couple Irish lads I sat next to
Doesn’t look much like a car
Hottest day of the year calls for a daiquiri made with strawberries picked fresh from the garden.
Hope you’re doing some bourbon smashes too
Branching out into Aperol cocktails
The Division Bell is everything we want from a mezcal sour: tart, sweet, smoky, and lip-smackingly delicious. The recipe calls for Aperol, one of the sweetest and most accessible bitter citrus…
This sounds like my sort of cocktail!