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Slow and steady wins the night

Where to make the most of your cocktail experience

11th December, 2016

If you’re out and about this Christmas, Anna Walsh of MVP bar in Dublin, a former winner of the World Class Irish Bartender of the Year award, has some advice on how to make the most of your cocktail experience.

Pace yourself. If you have a long night ahead, maybe ask for a low- alcohol cocktail such as something vermouth or wine-based. A sherry cobbler is always a good call in this case...

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