One of the best food and drink traditions in France is the Apero Dinatoire. We talked to author Ann Mah about her favorite food and drinks to serve, etiquette around it and more on this month’s Paris Cocktail Talk!
For springtime how about a comfort cocktail and snack pairing that makes a great bridge between cold and warm weather with the rich and creamy cheese in the snack and the bright bubbles in the drink.
With more bottled and cocktail delivery services available, it’s nice to see Nighthawks continuing to evolve and differentiate themselves with a new range of environmentally friendly bottled cocktails available for delivery throughout Europe
Winter and Covid restrictions means we’re staying home more. How about some of my favorite comfort cocktail hour pairings made with stuff you probably already have on hand.
Ever wonder what it would be like to move to Provence from America and start distilling a gin-style spirit with the local ingredients?
Thanks to its terroir and the savoir faire of its people, France is the source of many quality cocktail ingredients like this verjus
Verjus might be what your cocktail game is missing…
I love a good bloody mary but there are plenty more options to explore when it comes to early day drinking! I’m a big fan of other classic boozy brunch beverages like mimosas, Buck’s fizz, gin ramos fizz, greyhounds, etc. For some additional inspiration on daytime drinks, I’ve been reaching out to the Paris bartending […]
Everyone should have a few festive non-alcoholic cocktails in their arsenal for the holidays. These are a snap to make with pantry staples or easy to find ingredients.
What’s it like to run a cooking school in Paris before and during a pandemic? We talk to Jane Bertch of La Cuisine Paris to find out that and more….