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6 Whiskey Drinks Every Millennial Should Know

The whiskey market is doing better than ever, and it’s mostly thanks to the shifting palates of millennial drinkers, according to reports from …

Cocktail of the week: Black Magic

If you're not doing Dry January, this hot cocktail will warm you up from head to toe<p>People tend to be very boring in January when it comes to food and drink. Diets and detoxing are the name of the game, while Dry January – the campaign that encourages us to give our livers a break for 31 solid days …

Cocktail of the week: the Paloma

Banish memories of sugary Christmas drinks with this zingy grapefruit cocktail<p>When it comes to cocktails, we tend to associate Mexico with one drink and one drink only: the margarita. But the country's most beloved tipple is actually a slightly different beast.<p>Known as The Paloma, the favoured …

Cocktail of the week: the Snapper

With thanks to Richard Woods, mixmaster at Duck & Waffle, London, here's an ingenious twist on the Bloody Mary<p>Once you have undergone the requisite grilling from the Clockwork Orange-themed door staff at Heron Tower in the City of London, an express lift fires you heavenwards, all the way to Duck & …

Cocktail of the week: Monkey in the Mist

This indulgent cocktail featuring cream and maple syrup is a perfect drink for Pancake Day<p>What do you do if your favourite creperie is all booked up on Shrove Tuesday, but you’ve got a serious pancake craving? Make a cocktail that tastes a little bit like one, of course.<p>At Heddon Street Kitchen, …

Cocktail of the week: Darjeeling gimlet

A splash of good tea makes this classic lime-and-gin cocktail go down even easier<p>There’s a wonderful moment in Raymond Chandler's 1953 novel The Long Goodbye when one of the characters, down-and-out drunk Terry Lennox, waxes lyrical about the gimlet. This classic cocktail, he says, “beats martinis …

Cocktail of the week: Strawberry Crumble

If you are planning a Valentine's night in, this pretty pink cocktail will set the scene for romance<p>If the idea of going to an expensive restaurant on Valentine's Day fills you with horror, fear not: most of us would agree that a having a delicious meal cooked for us at home is infinitely more …

Cocktail of the week: Glapsvidr Queen

This week's cocktail is a fruity number that will take you straight to (Viking) heaven<p>Scandinavia might be a chilly place, but in terms of trends, it is definitely hot right now. Whether we’re watching "Nordic-noir" dramas like Arne Dahl or filling our homes with minimalist Swedish furniture, our …

Cocktail of the week: Mother's Little Helper

For Mother's Day, why not whip up this delicious gin cocktail?<p>Many of us will <b>make our mums a cake for Mother's Day</b> - or, failing that, cook dinner so she can put her feet up. But if you're planning to really treat the woman who was kind enough to suffer through hours of labour to bring you into …

Cocktail of the week: Cocchi Spritz

British Summer Time kicks in on Sunday, so a refreshing, warm-weather tipple is in order<p>People of Britain, rejoice – <b>daylight saving hours</b> kick in on Sunday. Not only does the start of British Summer Time mean darker mornings (so your treasured lie-in on a Saturday doesn’t get disturbed by rays of …

Cocktail of the week: Irish Mist

Celebrate St Patrick's Day with this clever twist on an Irish coffee<p>They say the Irish are lucky, but anyone who has had the misfortune of drinking a St Patrick's Day cocktail might disagree. Usually lurid green in colour and decked with a plastic shamrock, they're the kind of drink which makes you …

Cocktail of the week: the 1862

This week's cocktail is a light and refreshing concoction with a long history<p>Retro 1950s cocktails are all the rage these days (blame Mad Men). But for a really historic drink, you’d have to turn to the 1800s, when the art of mixology was born.<p>This week’s featured cocktail is inspired by one of the …