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The cocktail scene in Ireland has seen dramatic developments over the last number of years, particularly in the high-end sector. It’s no longer just Ice Teas, Margaritas and Black Russians. There is now a vast array of original cocktails and fresh takes on old classics. New York and London have led the way in the past, but Ireland, with fantastic bartenders, wonderful local ingredients and a growing number of spirits, has rapidly caught up and established itself on the world stage. At the very forefront of this growth is a cocktail bar in the heart of Cork city named Cask. This summer we took a trip down to Cork and had a chance to speak with Andy Ferreira, Bar Manager of Cask. Andy grew up in Midleton, County Cork and hospitality must be in his blood as his parents ran a successful restaurant during the ’70s and 80’s in Kinsale called Skippers. He later moved to Dublin for a few years where he worked in the bar trade. At the age of twenty-one, he packed his bags and went to San
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