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Spirit guide

  • Happy Negroni Week!

    Let’s learn about the history of the negroni. A lot of cocktails were invented by careful trial and error, but sometimes a fussy Italian señor just...
  • History of Rum

      From distilled rubbish to pirates fuel to sipping delight, rum has come a long way. Today, seasoned spirit lovers sip on premium rum, and many a ...
  • Iron Balls – Thailand’s Craft Gin

    Ashley Sutton is an Australian club and bar designer who created the concepts for The Iron Fairies, The Bookshop, and Sing Sing. All his establishm...
  • Apéritif and Digestifs 101

    An apéritif is something that you have before the meal. It’s a cocktail that’s meant to really inspire thirst and hunger that is lighter and refres...
  • Gulp’s Most Popular Apéritif Cocktail Recipes

    Now that you know more about Apéritifs, you probably want to make some. Here are three of our most popular recipes, enjoy!   Pampelle Skinny Spritz...
  • Let’s talk about Whisky! Oh wait, is it spelled Whiskey?

    Whisky originated in Scotland. It comes from the term uisce beatha, which means “water of life” in Gaelic, then it was shortened to uisce and then ...
  • Sloe gin

    What is sloe gin? Well, it’s actually a liquor using Sloes which is a member of the plum family. The alcohol inside is still considered a gin beca...
  • The History of Vodka

    Let’s Learn a little bit About the History of Vodka   The history of vodka spans around many Eastern European countries including Russia, Poland, a...
  • So, how is Vodka made?

    Vodka can be made from any agricultural crop with high starch content. Traditionally, vodka is made from wheat, rye or potato, but can also be made...
  • Ok, what Delicious Drinks can I make with Vodka?

    Moscow Mule Ingredients 60 ml Vodka – try it with our Stolichnaya Gluten Free 90 ml Ginger beer – try it with our Fentimans Ginger Beer 30 ml L...
  • So, Wait, What Exactly is the Difference Between Tequila and Mezcal?

    First thing’s first, let’s define mezcal. The most important thing to know is that any spirit distilled from the agave plant is considered a mezca...
  • What is Agave and How is it Transformed into Tequila?

    The origins of tequila can be traced back to many centuries. Mexico’s Aztecs fermented the juice of the agave plant to produce a low alcohol drink ...
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