nzherald.co.nz: A Mixologist's Guide to Cocktail Drinking (+ Recipe)

From nzherald.co.nz:

Mai Tais, margaritas, lychee mint muddles — it's music to a cocktail drinker's ears.

There's no better way to cool down on a hot summer's night than sipping a fresh, fruity cocktail. Plus it's more enjoyable and environmentally friendly than turning on the air-conditioning.

According to Grant Collins, a Sydney-based mixologist (that's someone who makes very funky cocktails), Aussies are embracing cocktail culture.

Collins, who runs Zeta Bar at Sydney's Hilton Hotel, says over the past six years that the establishment has been open he's seen an evolution with cocktails.

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