Saturn's ice moon, Enceladus has been said to be our best hope of finding life elsewhere in the solar system. Its frozen surface reflects almost 100% of the sunlight that strikes it, meaning it's one of the brightest objects in the Universe.
Getting tipsy in space? Cognac was the spirit of choice for Russian astronauts in the 1980's. Whilst based on Mir, the Soviet Union space station, cosmonauts would drink cognac on doctor's orders to stimulate their immune system. Served warm with star anise, for those starry, chilly nights.
Peering out into the deepest corners of the Universe, astronomers have found its expiration date, stamped into the light from distant galaxies. By analysing the brightness of that light, the astronomers discovered the Universe today is only half as energetic as it was two billion years ago.
Plantation Dark Rum, Pineapple Juice, Curing Lime mix, Mint.
VIRGO - Dry Gin, Orange, Lemon Myrtle$14
Just drink it.
Plantation Dark Rum, Dessert Wine, Orange Juice, Egg, Honey.
TAURUS - Gin, Bush Apple, Rosemary$15
I know nothing with certainty, but the starry night of the galaxy allows me to dream.
Gravitational forces of the moon and sun cause the rise and fall of ocean, revealing the secrets of the sea.
Wattleseed Gin, Finger Lime, Paperbark Smoke, Sea Asparagus, Sydney Rock Oyster.
LIBRA - Pink Gin, Raspberry, Sea Fig$14
The Universe began with a brilliant flash but soon descended into darkness – until finally, a few hundred million years after the Big Bang, the first stars flickered into life. The perfect cocktail to join you by the roaring fire and stargazing telescope.
Calvados, Apple Juice, Citrus, Orgeat, Emulsion, Angostura.