We’re Looking For You!

  • 14th May 2013

Hey there fellow drinkers, embibers, travllers and wanderers. We’re on the hunt for some great writers to add some guest blog posts to our site.

We wanted to bring great content to our already great database and technical tools, but we need your help! When we started out on the site we had no idea how it would grow to where it is now, but now as it sits at the top of the technical cocktail tree, we realised that its missing that connection to users and the cocktail community at large. And thats where you could potentially come in.

From bartenders who experiment and create and want to post a new recipe, to a home user who just found out something revolutionary about absinthe and tequila mixes (?), the topics are open and not limited by experience or knowledge, we just want to hear your views, creations, methods, tools, stories and more.

Guest blogging on the site will give you a great platform to air your views and thoughts, and we’d love to hear from you if you’re interested.

To find out more contact us using the contact page, or email Nick (or community editor) at:

nick@makemeacocktail.com

Heres to growing our site in a positive way!

 

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Make me a cocktail is the world's best online cocktail resource - or so we like to think (I mean, we did build it). Started in 2010 and still going strong, we're passionate about bringing you the best cocktails in the best ways possible.

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