London

Three Super Easy Whisky Cocktails

  In the ten years I’ve been of legal drinking age, I have received many undesirable bottles of booze as sub-par unthoughtful gifts. Take, for example, the relative who gave me a bottle of Malibu two years in a row,…

London

Gin Journey: Exploring London’s Best Cocktail Bars

As the weather gets warmer, I become more and more partial to a cold and crisp G&T. Yet as I’ve got older, I’m less fond of a bog standard Gordon’s and have started to discover other gins that really do…

London

Whisky Tasting with Geronimo Inns

I’m a relatively new fan of whisky. Along with red wine, I could never quite understand how people would enjoy supping on a glass, but over the last two years my tastes seemed to have changed and I’ve ditched Sauvignon…

Prague

What I Ate in Prague

If you’re looking for a culinary taste bud explosion, then Prague maybe isn’t the place to go. We certainly didn’t eat badly on our trip, but the local cuisines are pretty limited in their offering, consisting predominantly of cuts of…

London

Cocktail Making Class at Mixology

  I’m more than comfortable in the kitchen, following a recipe or baking up a storm, but when it comes to mixing a decent drink I get as far as vodka + mixer and potentially add a straw if I’m…

Cocktails at the Shangri La, Sydney

  Sydney has one of the most recognised skylines in the world; the curves of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge are the most well known tourist attractions in the city, if not the country. I was lucky enough to…

London

Explore: Callooh Callay

  I do tend to drag my birthday out for as long as I can, it seems a shame that all the fun is over in one day and there’s nothing to look forward to until Christmas! I celebrated with…

Food: Ceviche

If I asked you to name a national Peruvian dish, could you honestly answer? Everyone know Argentina for their steaks, and Mexico for their tacos and tequila, but Peru’s food isn’t as obvious. It turns out it’s ceviche, the dish…

Explore: Musical Bingo at Mahiki

If you’re thinking this post will be about grannies, two little ducks and musty village halls then Musical Bingo will blow your mind. I’m not a ‘club’ person, and I’m more than happy to stay in and play board games…