Books and Publishing
Difford’s Guide to Cocktails Fifteenth Edition
“Have you seen the price your books are online and when is the next one out?” paraphrases the emails I’ve been receiving. And I have, as much as
Best bartending knives
Even those cocktails such as a Manhattan that don't include citrus fruit are that bit better when garnished with a citrus zest twist. Hence, making cocktails
Ten Drinks That Changed the World
Writer and bartender Seki Lynch explores celebrated spirits around the globe, from the likes of vodka and gin, to the lesser-known baijiu and shochu.
Schofield’s Fine and Classic Cocktails
Daniel and Joe Schofield’s cocktail book is not just any collection of drinks.
A Cognac Lover’s Guide to Classic Cocktails
Inspired by The Cordon Bleu Challenge, which started back in the early noughties when Michael Butt challenged bartenders to remake classic cocktails originally
The Cocktail Bar: Notes for an Owner & Operator
There’s a lesson to be learned in reading The Cocktail Bar. Don’t be disillusioned by its size. This handy and practical guide delivers wise direction
The importance of cold glasswear
One of the Key components in the enjoyment of drinks is temperature. What is the reason for this and what are some of the factors at play?
The 7 ways POS software helps you succeed
So you’ve got mad bar skills, an amazing location lined up, a great team ready and a killer launch party planned. Now all that’s left is to choose
The Dead Rabbit Mixology & Mayhem
Sean Muldoon and Jack McGarry, founders of award-winning bar The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog, alongside esteemed bar manager Jillian Vose, present their
Vintage ice-crushers & the early glorious ice age
I first became aware of vintage hand-cranked ice-crushers whilst sat at a Manhattan bar. I instantly loved the combination of practicality and aesthetics
500 recipes are more than sufficient, intones Charles in his suitably Germanic introduction. What to do, what not to do, and what cardinal rules not to