Once a must in the homes of Italians, liqueurs too are back in vogue during quarantine, thanks to the large amount of time available to prepare homemade dishes and beverages. History, recipes and anecdotes about traditional Italian products.
From waste product to national liqueur, grape residue brandy has its origins in the Middle Ages. Here is a compendium to gain access in the magical world of grappa, populated by stills and present day "alchemists" as well as the ...Leggi altro
Bartenders Vincenzo Civita and Marco Colonnelli have created a delicious cocktail with Sherry: here's the recipe for Martini Cortado.
Italian cocktail bars are starting to be all-round gastronomic destinations. So much so that they have become very credible for an all-encompassing meal: before, after or during your drink.
Alexander cocktail is a classic white drink (even John Lennon was a huge fan...). Here's our recipe!
Professional bartender Francesco Galdi mixes his favourite ingredients to creare an elegant cocktail: here’s the recipe.
Trentino Grappa Protection Institute talks about the good quality of the grapes arriving from the 2020 harvest. Here are the details.
The Wine and Spirit Trade Association say that 2018 was a record year for gin sales, especially pink gin. Here are all the details.
Every respectable dinner in Italy ends with a good glass of amaro. So many brands to choose from, but this time we wanted to take a trip in time to remember the iconic brands of the past.
The fame (and history) of the whiskey distilleries definitely when it comes to describing Scotland's iconic distillery tradition, rules. Yet even gin wants its part in the beverage scene. Here are the latest news from Edinburgh Gin.