If you’re a whisky fiend like us and missed the Whisky Show in London in September this year, we suggest you make plans to attend the next one. Shane Batchler tells us what we missed.
There are legendary bars that everybody talks about. The ones who get featured in every list and win awards. The ones we all know and love for the top-notch drinks they consistently bring to the table. But what about the unsung heroes? The hole in the wall places? The bars which know our deepest darkest…
We’ve all heard about the World’s Best Bar – The American Bar at The Savoy, but do we know the world’s best bar’s youngest bartender?
If you are anything like us, you know what it feels like to want to try every possible whisky that shows promise. Sometimes however, this obsession isn’t the most practical, because honestly, how many of us can really get a bottle of each fine dram when there are so many?
There are few things as precious as a rare Japanese whisky. Laced with the exoticism of the far east and aged to perfection, some Japanese whiskies are a gem worth saving for posterity…or your next visit to the bar.
If you find yourself wandering the streets of Shoreditch, London, we highly recommend you put Black Rock on your agenda.
If you’re looking for the legend of mixology, look no further.
Meet Rusty Cerven. Winner of many accolades in the beverage world including being the Slovak representative on the Finals of the 10th Global Finlandia Vodka Cup in Finland in 2008, being the UK representative on the Global Final of Bombay Sapphire Competition in Morroco in 2012, and World Champion for Bols Around The World Competition…
The American Bar at The Savoy, London needs no introduction. Iconic classic American cocktails, impeccable service, and the birthplace of every bartender’s bible, the legendary Savoy Cocktail Book. We caught up with Declan McGurk from the American Bar at The Savoy.