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Master of Cocktails - The Aviation

by Ben Ellefsen     17. February 2014 11:13

Master of Cocktails The Aviation

Right then chaps – we’re going to be making something that’s very much en-vogue at the moment for this week’s #MasterofCocktails: an Aviation.

Essentially, this cocktail is just a gin-sour with a dab of Violet Liqueur in it, but the sum of the parts is so much more than this. Also, as it's probably one of the least sweet sours you'll come across, it can still legitimately be called an aperitif.

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Master of Cocktails - Tangerine 75

by Ben Ellefsen     30. December 2013 12:10

Master of Cocktails Tangerine 75

We hope you were all able to enjoy a little time with the family, some nice pressies and plenty of bread sauce over Christmas, now it's time to look towards New Year. That, of course, is all the excuse you should need to indulge in a little mid-holiday excess! This week's #MasterofCocktails recipe is therefore a festive twist on the French 75 – tasty, refreshing and indulgent.

A good party drink this as we reach for the Champagne and wish good riddance to 2013!

It's been a quite the year here at Master of Malt though (I'll probably do a round up at some point), and we've also celebrated the arrival of many, many tiny humans, with babies seemingly popping out all over the business like Champagne corks on New Year's Eve!

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Master of Cocktails - The Negroni

by Ben Ellefsen     16. September 2013 14:29

Master of Cocktails - the Negroni

Welcome to our new feature: Master of Cocktails!

Yep, we’re diving head first into the wonderful world of mixology with a new cocktail recipe for you each and every week.

On Sunday evenings I’ll be walking you through each new recipe on twitter via #MasterofCocktails, prior to them appearing in full on the MoM Blog the very next day!

So, without further ado, we're kicking off with an absolute classic, and one of my favourite cocktails: The Negroni.

Suitably excited? Excellent. Let's get cracking!

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Filliers Distillery: “It’s in Belgium”

by Jake Mountain     19. April 2013 16:42

In Bruges

As Ian McCulloch certainly didn’t say:

We've been up to Filliers terrace,

To see what's a-happening...

They’re mixing up the medici-i-i-ine (Note – not medicine #drinkaware)

And we did like the taste!

The Filliers family have been making jenever near Deinze, not far from Ghent, for more than five generations dating back to the 19th century. More recently, they became the producers of the first double still Belgian whisky, and even more recently, Master of Malt made their fine products available in the UK retail market for the first time ever!

Zonder dank. (That’s Flemish for you’re welcome.)

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