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Moonwalker Cocktail by Hector de la Rosa

In February 2013, Disaronno launched the third edition of its international cocktail competitions, a contest in two major steps, where 14 countries were asked to select their own champion: Italy, UK, Ireland, Germany, France, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Finland, Australia, the Netherlands, the United States, Canada and Belgium! 141 more words

Cocktail Of The Week

'La Dolce Vita'

As you can probably imagine, travel inspires me a lot when i’m creating my drinks, ‘La Dolce Vita’ was the first cocktail to appear on my menu at Le Colomba and is a homage to my time in Italy before i arrived in Corsica. 84 more words

House PR host Disaronno Terrace event on Britain’s hottest day

By House PR – Lifestyle PR London

The UK’s hottest day saw House PR at trendy Shoreditch’s Ace Hotel hosting a party for Disaronno and launching #DisaronnoSourHour. 287 more words


Having worked with his Uncle and Grandfather in Sydney restaurants during school holidays, Biggs discovered a desire to work in the Food and Beverage industry. Hailing from Hobart Tasmania, Biggs has lived and worked around the world in a myriad of segments in the Food and Beverage industry; Adrian is Training Manager at Bacardi USA and has over 15 years of food and beverage experience, spanning every aspect of the industry from convention centers to cocktail bars. 92 more words

Cocktail Of The Week

Japanese Disaronno Tea

Not very appreciated for a long time, tea-based cocktails were very popular in the early 18th century, mostly you could find a combination of alcohol and tea in punches, one of them is English Milk Punch, which takes about three days to be made. 99 more words

Cocktail Of The Week

Faby Kiss

While a glass of bubbly will never go astray while lounging around the poolside, if you’re entertaining, it’s always handy to have a jug of something delicious and boozy ready to go. 73 more words

Cocktail Of The Week

Charlie and the Chocolate Cake

This week has seen the good people of Britain out in their thousands to celebrate the birthday of a very special lady. Up and down the country tea parties on The Common were held in her honour as people huddled under soggy gazebos to enjoy a cucumber sandwich and a cuppa. 1,094 more words