Tag Archives: shots

Irish People Try American Shots

Irish people know their alcohol, and they also know what they like, with very defined preferences, so when they taste American shots for the first time, the results are interesting. Let’s watch the video and see how American shots fare among Irish drinkers,

Here’s what SA’s New Liquor Laws Mean

The SA state government have released its response to the review of liquor laws. As part of a major shake-up of the state’s liquor laws, pubs and clubs that break the law will face tougher penalties. There are also fewer restrictions on selling alcohol on public holidays. Small bar licences will not yet be allowed […]

Best Shots for Halloween

October means its Halloween time once again and if you’re throwing a party on the spookiest night of the year, you may want to make sure you’ve got these cool Halloween recipes under your belt. Not only do they look the part, they are so beguiling, your guests wont be able to resist.  

How-to Video – The Sound of Silver Cocktail

I always love to learn how to make a new cocktail and this one is particularly delicious and sure to be a hit with men and women. The Sound of Silver is a creative, “fancy” cocktail with a fancy name. Let’s watch the video to see why. Remember whether you’re drinking cocktails, beer, vodka on […]

Pour Rainbow Shots Like a Pro

Are you an inspiring mixologist or flair bartender? Here’s an easy trick you can try at home – pouring rainbow shots. The end result looks super cool and you’re sure to impress your customers and friends. Watch the video to learn this trick, just in time for those spring barbeques.  

Queensland Shots Ban after Midnight Condemned

Proposed lockout laws in Queensland would see a ban on serving shots after midnight, which the distilled alcohol industry is understandably upset about. The Distilled Spirits Industry Council of Australia (DSICA) condemned the proposed laws saying in a submission to the Legal Affairs and Community Safety Committee that the proposed changes were “based on flawed assumptions”. […]