2020 was a year of incredible change that impacted all of our lifestyles and routines, including the way in which we drink coffee. The pandemic put a temporary stop to grabbing a cup of coffee on your way into work or meeting friends to catch up over your favorite hot brew. But Covid-19 hasn’t changed the love affair that exists between humans and coffee. If anything, it has probably enhanced it. From the viral trend of drinking Dalgona coffee to using your coffee machine in time for your early morning Zoom call, our favorite beverage is still a staple we rely on to get us through the day.
Latin food is described as a great variety of flavours, colours and textures. Not only does Latin food taste delicious, it also represents a huge part of Latin America culture. It’s not all tacos and burritos though. Here are some common misconceptions about Latin food straight from our kitchen on the Beech Road in Chorlton.
Cocktails are timeless, sophisticated and simply delicious. It’s no wonder they feature heavily in the top 50 most popular British alcoholic beverages. The first cocktail, the Sazerac, was invented in 1838 by apothecary owner Antoine Peychaud. Since then, cocktails have evolved as bartenders and mixologists experiment with new spirits and ingredients from all around the world.
So, what cocktails should you be sipping this year in sunny Chorlton? Barrio reveals the hottest cocktail trends of 2021.