Back In Time For Prohibition Tea

Through the unassuming entrance and down the gilded stairway, the dark mezzanine bar at Quaglino’s is the perfect setting for its Prohibition-themed afternoon Tea. The black trays delicately balanced on a gold frame offer a selection on classic tea-time favourites hop over to here. Think mini sandwiches, scones, berry tarts and macaroons. All to be…
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Karen Krizanovich: Popping My Cork

The last five years of economic turmoil have been hard. Life has changed so much that now, before I imbibe, I have to ask at every reception or press launch if the champagne in my flute is actually prosecco. Yes, I know. There are perfectly fine examples of prosecco. “It’s just Italian champagne!”. Partly true,…
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Champagne Billecart-Salmon

Perhaps you’re already a fan of their award-wining Rose? Well, the delightful, family owned Champagne Billecart-Salmon also do a lovely Extra Brut. A wonderfully fresh no-added sugar champagne, the drink is perfect alongside food and friends. Making life easy when it comes to gift-buying and entertaining alike, Champagne Billecart-Salmon are launching a great little set…
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Champagne Socialising

As the TGV pulled up to Reims, Champagne, it didn’t look good. The damp and dreary weather reflected my mood, as for me a 5am alarm usually signifies the end of a long bar shift and the promise of a post-work cold one, as opposed to a day trip to France. Reims, located eighty miles…
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The Perfect Champagne For The Festive Holidays

Laurent-Perrier can always be relied upon to produce a top champagne and for this Christmas, they’ve bought out a limited Edition Grand Sicle with a stunning Cradle to make it that extra little bit special. The Cradle is dual-purpose and is made specifically for the Grand Sicle bottle. It’s handcrafted by traditional Loire Valley pewtersmiths…
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