A whirlwind of a weekend trip to Lille and Paris.
A few weeks ago I posted a cocktail recipe with blood orange, and have been keeping them around sever since. I love how tart they are, and the colour is absolutely gorgeous! I'm definitely going to be a bit sad when they are no longer in-season. At least I will appreciate them all the more … Continue reading Friday Cocktail: Blood Orange Crush
There are an unbelievable amount of granolas in the grocery store, and I always find it a bit overwhelming. Finding one that tastes good, has the right amount of crunch, and that doesn't have as much sugar as a donut can be a challenge though...
Chai-spiced Moscow Mule
I'm so glad I made it to Painting the Modern Garden at the Royal Academy before it closes later this month. I'd been so caught up with schoolwork that I kept forgetting to book tickets. This was the perfect way to get out of the library for a few hours and do something fun to take … Continue reading Painting the Modern Garden
I have no idea why this drink is named, but don't let any aversion to doing your taxes keep you from giving it a try.
A short but sweet day trip to Margate. Only about 1.5 hour by train from London, it's a super-easy destination.
A delicious and unexpected twist on the caipirinha-- just it time for warmer weather.
This week's cocktail is one of my favourite riffs on a classic cocktail. I was especially excited to give this a try with a really interesting and delicious aged rum we found that's been aged briefly in an oak barrel...