Online shopping continues to gain momentum. Two giants joined forces to create a pan-European player specialising in wine and spirits. The team will be led by the CEO of Tannico.
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.
Fragrant, colourful, intense or delicate: spirits can be very useful to give character to our desserts. Here are the best ones to use in pastry-making.
A Venetian and an Italian-Scottish moved to Ireland to produce their gin. It's the first stop on a journey that will take them to Scotland, to open a distillery where they can produce their Upperhand Gin and other spirits, including ...Leggi altro
Hot, alcoholic, sweet: Irish Coffee is the perfect beverage on colder days, born in southern Ireland but soon spread all over the world. This is how Irish coffee was born and how it's made.
A cocktail with a pleasantly bitter taste and at the same time fresh and thirst-quenching: here's how to make hOrtum galaxy by Domenico Carella.
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.