Tag : David Wondrich

Moscow Bar Show Day One

5 years ago / 0 comments

Enthusiasm appears to be high for niche premium brands and the variety of liquor showing out is astonishing.

Book Review – The PDT Cocktail Book by Jim Meehan

7 years ago / 0 comments

Since its launch last year, copies of Jim Meehan’s first cocktail book have been harder to find than a successful American Tiki team.

The History of the Swizzle

7 years ago / 0 comments

Swizzles are a type of mixed-drink that pre-dates the ‘cocktail’ and they are generally thought to be a Caribbean style of drink usually made with rum.

Smith & Cross Traditional Jamaican Rum Launches

7 years ago / 0 comments

The rum itself is a mix of Wedderburn and Plummer pot still distillates aiming to recreate the flavourful and aromatic style that made Jamaica rum famous back in the day.

Modern Speakeasies miss the point

8 years ago / 1 comments

Now here is my problem. Today’s Speakeasy bars are generally about as far away as it is possible to get from these 1920’s dens.

PUNCH: The Delights (and Dangers) of the Flowing Bowl by David Wondrich

8 years ago / 2 comments

BarLifeUK takes a look at Mr Wondrich’s latest tome

Book Review – Speakeasy by Jason Komas and Dushan Zaric

8 years ago / 0 comments

The story behind the origins of their bar, Employees Only, and the evolution of their interpretations of classic cocktails are at the heart of this, their first book.

Tales of the Cocktail tickets go on sale

9 years ago / 1 comments

Fancy 5 days in New Orleans, drinking cocktails and rubbing Boston shakers with some of the worlds greatest bartenders and drinks experts? Us too