The actor recently won praise for a video tutorial of how to make his version of the iconic Italian drink - which he has christened a "quarantucci".
Tantalise your taste buds with cocktails made by some of the best bartenders at the Singapore Cocktail Festival. Held from 16 to 21 March, the Festival Village, located at 99 Beach Road, features various cocktail and mocktail rooms for you to explore. Visitors can also look out for live performances as well as food from restaurants such as Ninja Bowl. Entry to the village is free and all cocktails will be retailed at $12 nett. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
You don’t have to wait for the next #ThrowbackThursday to take a step back into the past, as the Peranakan Museum’s Armenian Street Party brings the past to you this weekend. Held on 10 and 11 March from 6pm to midnight on Armenian Street, here are some highlights you can look forward to at the party: Balek Sekolah