The Travel Issue
With slanted, curved glasses and sleek stainless steel jigger and muddler, the Mojito Set, designed by world renowned Spanish mixologist, Javier de las Muelas, acts a touch of urban cool to your bar.
As an Indonesian wine producer in Victoria, Hendra Widjaja, director of Stuart Wines Co., is a rare sight in the Aussie wine industry.
Dram collectors are spoiled for choice as whisky producers now woo them with limited edition luxury bottles and malts from lost distilleries.
A high tech-wine cabinet shrunk to a portable size and a vodka that won’t leave you with a hangover.
40 Hands’ coffee-inspired craft beer is the artisanal product of a brewmaster and barista.
With a décor characterised by vintage electrical circuit boards, rubber flooring and hanging light bulbs, Bar Ampère appears more like a clandestine R&R club in a factory than a watering hole for Melbourne’s thirsty urbanites.
After having its ban officially lifted here in 2009, the controversial anise-flavoured spirit has found itself a dedicated home at Absinthe Artisan.
Move over, speakeasy-style joints. Two new bars in New York show you can attract a serious drinking crowd with a single-minded focus on artisanal bitters and tequilas.
In 1998, divers discovered 2,000 bottles of the Heidsieck Monopole 1907 in the salvaged shipwreck of The Jonkoping, a Swedish shooner, sunk in the Baltic Sea in 1916.
With 53 different kinds of wines by the glass at The Tastings Room, guests will have a field day sampling and picking their favourite quaffs, instead of having to purchase them by the bottle first.