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HOW TO: Make a Mint Julep

mint julep cup

A popular drink in the American South, the Mint Julep  is made up of four ingredients – bourbon, fresh mint, sugar and ice. The drink originated during the eighteenth century, with one of the earliest written records being from 1803 when

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London Cocktail Week

London-Cocktail-Week-2014

If your regular tipple tends to come in a pint glass, it’s time to put the beer down and treat your taste buds to the joy of cocktails! London Cocktail Week starts on 6th October and runs until the 12th October. This celebratory week

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Pimms o’clock in the drinkstuff office!

Pimm's O'Clock

It was a Friday. The sun was shining (just about). It was so close to 5pm we could smell the freedom of the weekend.   This could only mean one thing – it was time for Pimms o’clock in the

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HOW TO: Make a Moscow Mule

How to Make a Moscow Mule

What’s not to love about the Moscow Mule? With its ingredients of lime, vodka and ginger beer –  it’s a refreshing drink with just the right amount of spicy kick! The Moscow Mule became popular in the 1940s thanks to

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Al Capone’s Cocktail Shaker Sold At Auction

Al Capone's Cocktail Shaker

A cocktail shaker once owned by gangster Al Capone was sold earlier this month, along with the rest of a collection that belonged to wealthy American dealer – the late Stanley Seeger. The temptation of the prestigious items; including Lord

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