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Fish House Punch

Invented at a gentlemen’s club in Philadelphia in 1732, the Fish House Punch was one of later Founding Father George Washington’s preferred drinks. Apparently he once drank so much of the punch that it took...

Dark rum in drinks

“Dark rum in drinks, maybe even expensive vintage rum as a mixer in drinks – you can’t do that, that’s BLASPHEMI!?” You’ve probably heard the above sentence in some variation and I must admit,...

Tip: How to layer carbonated fluids

It is relatively easy to layer spirits with different density. But what about carbonated fluids (eg. soda), where the carbon acid does not actually help in keeping those sharp layers?

Zombie (Definition)

Some drink recipes will eventually grow beyond them selves, turning into more of a category and the Zombie is one of those recipes.

Zombie

The cocktail zombie has a somewhat foggy past however there is one thing that seems to be the cause for the name of the drink: apparently everyone drinking it turn into a zombie…

Mojito – Recipe

Recipes and tips to make the perfect mojito Mojito recipe The mojito is an old classic, whose creator is not certain. In short there are two theories where one tells the tale that the...

10 champagne drink recipes for New Year’s Eve

All over the world New Year’s Eve is a night of celebration – and champagne! But what champagne, champagne-cocktails and drinks should you serve to your guests? Read on to find the editorial staff’s...

Cucumber Yum-Yum

Image credit: Michael Bothager Cucumber Yum-Yum won the Danish National Drinks championship in 2009. Hardeep Rehal (from the “1105” cocktail bar in central Copenhagen) invented and presented the Cucumber Yum-Yum to the jury in...