Chloe Frechette

Assistant Editor

Chloe Frechette has a masters degree in History of Design from the Royal College of Art where she earned distinction for her research on the material culture of cocktail consumption.

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How Well Do You Actually Know the Bishop?

Here, get to know the family of ecclesiastic cocktails—among them, the Bishop, the Pope and the Cardinal—in six historic and modern drink recipes.

Designing a Bar at the Edge of Space and Time

Welcome to “In the Details,” a series on the unique features that give some of America’s most interesting bars their character. First up, the odd collection of retro coasters at Bushwick’s sci-fi bar, Jupiter Disco.

How Well Do You Know the Flowing Bowl?

Born in the 17th century and updated ad nauseam since, punch has grown far beyond its original four- or five-ingredient formula to become one of the most robust mixed-drink categories. Here, get to know punch in six historic recipes and their modern interpretations.

The Genius of the Freeze-Ahead Cocktail

The practice of pre-batching and freezing entire drinks is popping up at bars from London to New York. Chloe Frechette on why you should be bottling and freezing your next Martini.

Bringing It Back Bar: What to Do with Cherry Heering

In “Bringing It Back Bar,” we shine a light on overlooked bottles and devise recipes to take them from back bar to front shelf. Up now: Cherry Heering.

Pour Some Pamplemousse On It

Every bartender has at least one ingredient in their arsenal that can improve just about any cocktail. In this round of “Makes Everything Better,” Shae Minnillo of Maison Premiere offers tips on using his secret weapon, Giffard’s Crème de Pamplemousse Rose.