Posted on 21/05/2012 by Mistercocktail

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What do you know about Drambuie? Most people already got the country wrong, thinking it’s French and pronounce it that way. How wrong. It’s Scottish and therefor pronounced as Drambuie. The whiskies used for Drambuie come from the Speyside, perhaps the most famous part of Scotland for producing whiskies, but certainly the most productive. This areas delivers somew… Read more

Posted on 03/04/2012 by Mistercocktail

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  All over the world bartenders are always looking for new combinations of flavours and spirits. Thta’s how it used to be and that’s how things will probably be forever. Because by doing this, new cocktails are born, just like you would try to do at home with cooking or maybe when you’re mixing your own cocktails. Last week I wrote about the Gin Basil Smash R… Read more

Posted on 02/03/2012 by Mistercocktail

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Mint Julep served in a traditional Julep Cup
This cocktail is probably the most associated cocktail with the deep south of the United States. The main reason for this is the Kentucky Derby of which the Mint Julep is the official drink. No less than 120,000 are served during this legendary event, which makes up for a good 6,000 litres of fine bourbon. The drink probably came to life in the… Read more