How to make a Negroni

With no prep needed, using only three ingredients and requiring no fancy techniques, the Negroni is probably the easiest recipe to remember out there. The proportion of each ingredient needed – gin, sweet vermouth and Campari – is equal too, so it really doesn’t get any simpler than that. Just use the best quality ones you can get your hands on, and sip away on … Continue reading How to make a Negroni

How to make an Old Fashioned

Ahhh, the Old Fashioned. Touted as the first cocktail ever concocted, this is the drink for all you spirit-forward, whisky lovin’ folks out there (us included). Using only three main ingredients, this is one drink that looks simple to make, but difficult to master. But practice makes perfect, and perfecting an Old Fashioned is an excellent way to gain a greater understanding and appreciation for … Continue reading How to make an Old Fashioned

How to make a classic Martini

There are many variations of the Martini out there, but the classic is the most popular one for a reason. Popularized by James Bond over whether it should be shaken or stirred, this cocktail is one drink that looks simple enough to make, yet difficult to master. Regardless, it’s one of the easiest drinks to be making at home, requiring only a few (literally only … Continue reading How to make a classic Martini

How to make a Singapore Sling

The Singapore Sling is widely regarded as the national cocktail of the city state of Singapore. First created at the Long Bar at Raffles Hotel in 1915 by bartender Ngiam Tong Boon, it’s now an internationally-recognized drink served at cocktail bars around the world. Below is the original recipe as it is still made and served at the historic Long Bar. Ingredients 30ml London Dry … Continue reading How to make a Singapore Sling