Gin Club Session #1

Since we launched gin club over a year ago, we have explored dozens of different gins, run weekly tastings and created numerous boutique cocktails.  So, wanting to showcase the nation’s favourite spirit, we are continuing to share our passion via online sessions! For our first live Gin Club we wanted

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TAVERN DRINKS

In the American colonies, in 1832, the ‘Pioneer Inns and Taverns Law’ created a new type of licence that allowed inns to serve alcoholic beverages without having to lease rooms.  This was the creation of the ‘bar’ as we would come to know it and with it came a whole

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The Margarita

Margarita is Spanish for daisy. This was a popular drink in the first half of the 20th Century and also consisted of spirit, citrus and liqueur.  A very similar drink appears in the Cafe Royal Cocktail Book of 1939 called a ‘Picador’, which has the same ingredients as a margarita minus

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IKIGAI

At Blind Tyger, we take inspiration through the exploration of cultures and ideas different from our own. At the moment, our focus lies in the far East, with the concept of Ikigai.  (ee-kee-ga-ee) In Japanese, ikigai is written as &$%£, combining &$ which means “life”, with %£, which means “to

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