7 Best Gin Bottles
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7 Best Gin Bottles – A Buyer’s Guide and Reviews

Gin has never really gone of out of fashion, but this spectacular spirit is enjoying something of a resurgence of late. Increasingly popular with younger drinkers looking to broaden their horizons and those seeking something with a premium edge to transform cocktail hour, gin is a revelation. Ideal enjoyed neat with ice or a simple serving of Continue Reading

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Football legend racks up a sky-high bar bill with world’s most expensive wine

We’ve all had those mornings where we’ve winced at the cost of the previous night. However, football ace Cristiano Ronaldo has set a new personal best with a dizzying £27,000 bar bill. The renowned striker for Juventus had been in England to spectate at the ATP Finals held at London’s O2 Arena before popping into Scott’s in Continue Reading

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Green Tea Shot: What Is It & How To Make It

If you’re someone who keeps on top of their bar trends, chances are you’ve heard of the green tea shot. If you haven’t, don’t be duped by the title of this terrific new addition to the ever-growing selection of shots available to you. Despite the name, there’s not a single ounce of green tea in the concoction, Continue Reading

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7 Best Sake Bottles - Buyer's Guide & Tips
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7 Best Sake Bottles – Buyer’s Guide & Tips

Sake is a Japanese alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice. Although it is often called a wine rice, it is brewed in a process more akin to beer making rather than winemaking. Its alcohol content is normally between 14% and 17%. While this rice-based alcoholic beverage has been around for centuries, it still remains a mystery to Continue Reading

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How to Pick A Gin Club That Works Best for You

Since the sudden boom in 2009, gin has been on the rise and it shows no sign of slowing its roll. Last year it actually became the most popular spirit sold in the UK, surpassing vodka and whiskey in domestic sales. Once dismissed as “mother’s ruin”, gin, in all its intricate “crafty” variations, has become the spirit Continue Reading

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