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Forget the worm – the growing popularity of Mexican spirit mezcal is all about quality and flavour, writes Laura Foster.
Stay cool in the city this summer with the stylish Martini Spritz.
The Connaught’s two top-end cocktail bars are stars in their ownright, but as different as Buck’s fizz and bloody Mary – with two fiercely individual bartenders to match. Richard Woodard meets the contenders and reports on their rivalry
Making cocktails doesn’t have to be hard work. Alice Lascelles shows you how, with just a handful of good ingredients and a few bits of kit, you can mix like a professional
Taking inspiration from flowers, fruit, vegetables and a host of natural ingredients, spirits makers are getting creative. Alice Lascelles reports
The last hundred years have seen London become the cocktail capital of the world. But who are the key people who shaped it? And which bartenders are the ones to watch for the future? Alice Lascelles picks out some of the best
With so many possibilities to choose from, Keith Barker-Main suggests planning your 2010 drinking diary around a selection of London watering holes guaranteed to provide a cup of cheer whatever the season
The team at The Connaught hotel's swanky Coburg Bar know a thing or two about cocktails. Now, talented bar manager Mark Jenner and his team have come up with a range of delicious Cognac cocktails specifically designed to be recreated at home. From 13-27 July, Jenner and his team will be on hand to demonstrate how these cocktails are made, and to share some useful tips on how to mix them yourself. But if you can't get there during that time, don't worry, you can read on for all the recipes in full.
Cognac has played an illustrious role in cocktail history. Alice Lascelles heads to The Coburg at The Connaught to discover some great recipes
Cognac connoisseurs are tuning in to the new trend for vintage Cognac. Mark de Wesselow meets Bernard Hine for an introduction to the style