Let’s Make Mojito Magic

Mojito Magic for Summer Sips

We love a long, cold drink in summer and a mojito hits all the right notes.

Mojito is a traditional Cuban punch. The cocktail consists of five ingredients: white rum, sugar, lime juice, soda water, and mint. 

Pro Tips: Freeze fresh mint leaves in our DrinksPlinks Unconventional Slab for the ultimate chill.

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A Celebration Cocktail To Get The Party Started

Party season is here and we’re ready to celebrate.

Invitations are flying for end-of-year gatherings, break ups, Christmas parties and summer celebrations.

And we’ve got a sensational suggestion to get your party started.

Check out our Pro tips to make the garnish and ice !

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Sinterklaas - A Tasty Dutch Tradition You Can Make Yourself

We love this Dutch tradition of gifting chocolate letters to family and friends in the lead-up to Christmas. 

The custom marks the Dutch holiday known as Sinterklaas on 6 December. 

The letters correspond to the first letter of each child’s name. The chocolate letters can be decorated or plain and are also given as gifts to friends, colleagues and family members.

Get your DrinksPlinks moulds in the letters of choice.

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Let’s Talk Tequila

Australia’s tequila expert introduces us to a whole new world. 

We sat down with Brad Woolf from Top Shelf Tequila to discover why Australians are falling in love with this sophisticated spirit and why it’s completely different from the shots we partied with years ago. 

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Gin Sips and Cool Tips for Spring

We’re emerging from winter hibernation and s-l-o-w-l-y peeling off the layers. It’s time to get out the diary and organise brunch and breezy cocktails - before life gets completely crazy as we hurtle towards the end of the year. 

We love using a DrinksPlinks ice slab, frozen with cherry tomatoes in our drinks. Or adding any DrinksPlinks shapes frozen with lime or cucumber. 

We’ve included a couple of our favourite ways with gin to welcome warmer days. We hope you love them as much as we do. 

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