Cocktail of the day
It's Tatler's birthday
12 April 2021
Cocktail Hall of Fame
258 of the best known, and very tasty, cocktails
Chartreuse fans will love this Irish whiskey-forward nightcap.
We've combined classic recipes from both Jacques Straub (1914) and Harry Craddock (1930) to make this gin-laced vinous late-night sipper with delicate
Equal parts gin, aromatised wine and vermouth combine harmoniously in this pleasant, clean sippin' stirred down aperitivo.
Weep No More
Cognac and rich aromatised wine with a touch of maraschino soured by a splash of lime.
St Hubertus Old Fashioned
Dry and spirit-forward, as an old-fashioned should be, with hints of liquorice. It's dry, even with the 2.5ml of sugar I've added to Jason's original recipe,
Some Scotch whiskies benefit from the influence of maturation in sherry wine-infused casks, but this cocktail amplifies the fortified wine influence way
Apple and lemon juice are renowned for pairing well with Scotch whisky and in the Vanity, this harmonious combination is further enhanced by apple appearing
Raspberry fruitiness, rosé champagne and a coupe glass serve set this French 75 apart and make it fitting for Valentine's Day.
Richard Arthur 'Dick' Bradsell, one of the most influential bartenders to ever operate behind the stick passed away peacefully on Saturday 27th February
Victor Bergeron is a man who swears in and out, like breathing, journalist Bob MacKenzie once observed. And, even though the Trader's remarks have been
Some 90 years ago a Louisiana drifter with a fondness for rum washed up in Hollywood - and transformed the drinking scene.
The Savoy's most famous bartender, and the name behind the Savoy Cocktail Book, Harry Craddock, AKA the dean of cocktail shakers, was the third Head Bartender
Cihuatán Cinabrio 12 Years Old Rum
The ancient Maya made a red pigment using the mineral Cinabrio (cinnabar). This was an important colour as red was the symbol of Kinich Ahau, the Mayan
Luxardo Perla Dry
Luxardo's Maraschino Perla Dry is a Special Reserve limited edition (only 4,999 numbered bottles) to celebrate the company's 200th birthday since being
Bartenders' guide to foraging: Gorse flowers
Gorse flowers impart a distinctive coconut, floral-vanilla flavour to infusions, tonics and syrups. The petals can also be used as a decorative garnish.
20 best Easter cocktails
Easter Sunday is the day that Christians believe Jesus rose from the dead, named, not altogether coincidentally, for the pre-Christian festival of Eoster.
Alta No. 10 Ten-Year-Old Tawny Port
Alta No. 10 is a Tawny Port made in traditional granite lagars and aged in old casks. It is ready to drink now but will gain further complexity over the
Pedra No. 03 White Port
Described by its winemakers as a fresh, elegant, versatile White Port, Pedra No. 03 made from a blend of 56% Rabigato, 32% Gouveio, and 12% Viosinho grapes
Five Rivers Indian Spiced Rum
Five Rivers is dry spiced rum with no added sugar, made in a London gin distillery in a similar way to gin by distilling rum with Indian botanicals; cardamom,
Griffiths Brothers Original Gin
Produced by two brothers in small batches. Each of the 13 botanicals are individually infused in organic wheat spirit and then cold/low-pressure distilled
Sue may not be particularly saucy, but she certainly has spirit – equal parts calvados and cognac with the merest splash of apricot liqueur and a dash
A spiritous and rich after dinner / late-night sipper.
Bourbon and apricot are a well-established match, and everybody who drinks Manhattan's will recognise how well sweet vermouth and bitters work with bourbon.
Gin and herbal vermouth with zippy zesty orange.