Fancy a glass of urine? How about a cocktail garnished with empty pill castings or poured into a dirty looking Sanitizer bottle? London mixologist James Dance, who’s day job is running a gaming bar, has created these repulsively creative cocktails in preparation for an annual anatomical cocktail and cake event, Eat Your Heart Out, in London next month.
Have gin, will travel. If you thought the whole coffee-on-a-bike concept was rad, you’re sure to fall in love with this roving bicycle bar. From Edward Godden and Joseph Lewis comes The Travelling Gin Co.: the latest recession-style mobile business to take to the streets.
Los Angeles-based artist Gordy Grundy has humorously taken a series of his figurative paintings and given them a greater value and a higher purpose by adding a custom cocktail recipe over the image. The series is titled Gordy Recommends. Long before Americans documented and immortalized their good taste with blogs and social media, Grundy was [...]
Summer is just around the corner. The days are getting longer, the sun is getting hotter and people are starting to dream of barbecues, fresh market produce and drinks on the patio. And so to put you right into summer mode, Smirnoff is boasting a line of traditional Brazilian Caipiroska cocktails with a most brilliant packaging scheme.
The Tippling Club is a bold Singaporean space where molecular mixology is married with chic design and cutting-edge gastronomy, all wrapped up in a lush rainforest. Here, English-born chef Ryan Clift and barman-cum-chemist Aussie Matthew Bax, dare to push the boundaries of cuisine and cocktail creativity.