Drinking at home doesn't just have to mean cracking open a cold one.
Negroni Week is the best week because Negronis are the best cocktails.
Equal parts Campari, gin, and vermouth, the Negroni proves more isn't always better
Every April, when Italian artichoke season is at its peak, London restaurateur Giuseppe Turi crafts a menu that features the vegetable in every course—from cocktails to dessert.
Bartender Jacques Bezuidenhout figured the bitter orange flavor of Campari was begging for chocolate, which is why he decided to infuse the negroni with cocoa puffs.
Ryan Chetiyawardana of London’s White Lyan cocktail bar is making his own “wine” by fermenting herbs, tea, and fruit into an alcoholic drink that mimics the flavours of reds and whites—without grapes.
"I was passing a security shop and actually considered buying a bulletproof vest. That’s when I decided to quit."
We talked to mixologist Tess Posthumus about the best craft cocktails to make at home if you're on a tight budget.
For his Breakfast Negroni, award-winning bartender Jacques Bezuidenhou infuses Gran Lusso vermouth with Cocoa Puffs—the General Mills orbs for which kids allegedly go cuckoo.
According to new market research, 42 percent of Brits aged 18 to 34 have drunk gin in the past 12 months, compared to 27 percent of over-45s, pushing UK sales to surpass £1 billion for the first time.