At IGT, we know our readers and staff are well-versed in their classic cocktails. But in the name of Christmas, we’ve succumbed to something sweet, tart, unique, and acceptable only at this time of year. ‘Tis the season to get trolleyed.
The Manchester Renaissance is well underway, there is no question about it, and the Northern Quarter is leading the charge. Here are some unmissable spots in the cool NQ.
IGT gets exclusive access to one of the chaps behind Archangel, a new gin from the heart of Norfolk, made with all hyper-local ingredients. What’s there to do but experiment to find the best way to make it into a G&T and a Martini?
The Dia de Muertos skull and name referencing a chic bohemian district of Mexico City are the clues that Condesa is not a purely Spanish restaurant, although with plenty of nods to the proper Spanish way of doing tapas still evident, it could well be just the rejuvenation required.
As Andy Murray picks up a second Wimbledon win and Rio gold, IGT’s new contributor marks the occasion and seeks to fight Scottish alcoholic stereotypes – with a cocktail.
Food from Scandinavia to South America, hybrid sushi inventions, and, of course, gin.
Our cocktail chief ventures across the Irish Sea and is rather pleased with what he finds.
This week Playing with Food treats us to an irresistible boozy festive fruit pie.
I recently got my hands on the Aviation cocktail box set from TASTE Cocktails, keen to see if the kit could take …
Nestled in the heart of the Spinningfields, the trendy up-and-coming area of Manchester where anyone who is anyone wants to be seen …