A recipe for festive mulled wine, perfect for Christmas by the fire. Complete with step by step photos to show you how!
This is how my grandad makes his cuppa. He's in his seventies now and drinks whisky like he'll never get hold of it again. This drink is very relaxing and a great way to sedate family members and friends.
I first made this when I worked in a pub in Manchester. Tastes like the best ice cream you ever had and goes down smoothly. Careful, it's stronger than you think! Make sure you add the shots in the right order - if you do it in the wrong order, they may not mix and will look awful.
This is a lot stronger than you think when you taste it!
A warming cocktail that we make at Dishoom, a Bombay cafe located in Covent Garden. It looks beautiful when garnished with fresh pomegranate seeds and orange peel.
This is a recipe from my mother's recipe book from 70 years ago.She made this drink ready for the workers in the hayfield, and it was welcomed by them on a hot sunny day, and the smell of this drink is so evocative of the sweet smell of hay being worked. This is so easy to make, and costs so little, and is ready to drink after a few days, but if kept, becomes fizzy and alcoholic. The children love it, but make sure they drink it soon!
The classic - perfect for Christmas morning.