For quite some time, I have been writing about different home-made ingredients and the
This weekend I'm throwing a party. Usually that means I'm offering cocktails that I can quickly mix to keep everybody happy. However, it always involves a lot of shaking, mixing and running around on my part. It is something I
Time goes by quickly and so it has been a while since I talked about uncommon aperitifs. Therefore, this week I want to continue the series with a classic drink from the French-speaking Caribbean islands like Martinique or Haiti. It's
This week it's getting tropical. Up until now I never wrote about Tiki-style cocktails, probably because they tend to always be about rum and fruit juices. However, I love a well-made Mai Tai and I see no reason why I
This time I want to write about one of my favorite cocktails. Which is as delicious as it is simple. Even better, it comes in a hot or cold version, which means you can enjoy it all year round. Grog.
Last week I started my series about aperitifs and found an interesting one based on tequila. I want to continue my series about aperitifs based on something different than gin or whiskey, with taking a closer look at a very
As the year comes to an end, soon there will be celebrations all around the world. Hosting a party to celebrate New Year's Eve can be pretty stressful, especially if you want to provide your guests with something special. Something