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A valuable resource for bartenders, Spirit of the Cane also provides travellers with an itinerary of places to visit, rums to taste and cocktails to drink.
There’s no fey, ‘hey nonny nonny’ tut on this, their sixth album; there’s a muscularity, a blue collar element in the spirit of Springsteen
At the recent Tequila Fair at the Mexican Ambassador’s residence, we were lucky enough to try a new tequila called Excellia.
When the Kings of Leon tore outta Franklin, Tennessee, seven years ago they were hairier than Brian Blessed’s arse-crack.
The Bum is back – We’re not talking about a new album release for Amy Winehouse but Jeff ‘Beachbum’ Berry’s new book – Remixed.
The opener, Echoes, is typical of the band’s quiet-then-loud approach that includes lots of melody and double-tracked vocals, while The Same Space is a thunderous archetype of the album’s thrashing energy.
Gaz Regan’s latest book is an absolute must for any drink lovers bookcase. Rarely has a ‘spirit’ book been such a joy to read, from the outset Gaz’s personality jumps off the page.
Want to re-live your time at Tales through the medium of the cocktail? Couldn’t get to New Orleans and want to know what the fuss was all about? This book is for you…
Thankfully, the Scissor Sisters got back into the studio to create something they insist is “super-sexual and sleazy”.