Pleasure April 2020
Different types of glasses and what to use them for?
It has become mandatory for some to live in the nature of a solitarian, where each pleasure of residing at home has become even more important, which is where Tom Chamberlin’s expertise in choosing the right glass for your drink can help the liquor taste that little bit grander.
Pleasure September 2017
New York’s Top 10 Drinking Establishments
Stylish sommelier and Champagne advocate Kyle Ridington offers his tips on the most tasteful New York spots wherein to wet your whistle, whatever mood takes you.
Pleasure April 2017
Georg Jensen Cocktail Set: The Impractical Choice
The therapeutic ritual of office drinking is heightened by a charming cocktail set atop an equally charming drinks trolley.
Pleasure March 2017
The Beauty of Bourbon
With bourbon sales on the rise, The Rake felt that it was high time for a thorough reappraisal of one of America’s best inventions: the dark stuff.
Pleasure March 2017
Ivy League: The Ivy Soho Brasserie
The Ivy Soho pays tribute to some of the area’s most treasured icons, in a creative melting pot of art, cuisine and cocktails.
Pleasure February 2017
La Posta Vecchia Hotel, Rome
Located just south of jet set favourite, Il Pellicano, sits sister hotel La Posta Vecchia. Can it live up to the family name?
Pleasure October 2016
The Silva Standard: Brian Silva
Balthazar’s revered bartender tells The Rake how to make four of America’s finest cocktails.
Icons September 2016
Hemingway’s School of Hard Drinks
“Drinking wine was not a snobbism nor a sign of sophistication nor a cult; it was as natural as eating and to me as necessary…” The Rake examines how Hemingway’s…
Pleasure September 2015
Arzak & Arzak, San Sebastián
Juan Mari Arzak, the founding father of nueva cocina vasca, and his daughter, Elena Arzak, continue to push the boundaries of Basque gastronomy at their family restaurant in San SebastiÃ¡n.