Coffee & Drinks in Sydney I seemed to always be chasing around during my time in Sydney so didn’t find much time for coffee or drinks. I had a pretty good espresso at the Expresshouse Coffee in Woolloomooloo, then I lingered for a couple of cups at the excellent Aslan in The Rocks. The Aceh …

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Drinks in Mekbourne As I’ve previously asserted, I really haven’t been doing much drinking on this trip so far. The main source of boozing has been paired wine with tasting menus, with Borkonyha in Budapest standing out as particularly good. I drank some mandatory beer and soju in Seoul, too. I suspected that my arrival …

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Drinks in Seoul Believe it or not, I’ve had a fairly light drinking time on this trip so far. The first time I formed these words was to my friend Hande when I arrived in Istanbul, the day after I’d had six glasses of wine with lunch at Borkonyha. But I haven’t had, y’know, big …

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Global cocktail successes, once again I wrote a couple of months back about Edinburgh’s continued cocktail brilliance, with three finalists from our bars making it to the Four Pillars Australian Open Gin UK final. Our heroes didn’t manage to capture that prize, but there is still continued good news to report. Firstly, Stef Anderson went …

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Nauticus Our Beer Man’s verdict The Nauticus doesn’t immediately seem like the most obvious fit for Duke Street in Leith. A new venture from the co-owners of Panda & Sons and Hoot The Redeemer and local bar hero Kyle Jamieson, it has just opened in the former site of the Parlour near to Easter Road. …

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