Cocktails

Review – The Anthologist [Bank]

Rating In A Word Unconventional Cuisine Modern European Appeals To Bankers (as in, people in Bank – and who possibly work in banks…in Bank) – The Anthologist has a wide appeal. Everybody’s welcome (well, I imagine everybody’s welcome) Actual
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Black Ginger Royale champagne cocktail

Recipe – ‘Black Ginger Royale’

This is modified from the King’s Ginger‘s very own ‘Ginger Royale’ recipe . We wanted a celebratory drink that would also take the edge off of the recent, oppressive UK heatwave. We managed to come up with something that didn’t deviate too far from
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The Lucky Pig - Front Entrance

Review – The Lucky Pig [Fitzrovia]

Rating Appeals To Cocktail pilgrims, cocktail bar zealots of a historical persuasion and those who enjoy subterranean prohibition themed spaces. Also those who prefer older style cocktails and bar staff wearing trouser braces Fitzrovia bound people running away from the more
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Review – Coal Vaults [Soho]

Rating In A Word Subterranean Cuisine Drink heavy, Modern European Appeals To Coal miners with expensive and complex drinking habit. Subterranean creatures and those who like dark, warm and cosy spaces… Tapas/antipasti/meze people – rather than going for a huge sit
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Johnny Neill of Whitley Neill gin.

Profile – Johnny Neill [Whitley Neill Gin]

Ever had a Whitley Neill G&T? You should, they’re delicious… We sit down with the scion to the famous Whitley Neill name (8th generation, don’t you know?) and ask him a few questions about distilling, self promotion and fist fights. So, why the African
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White Lyan Hoxton - White Horse shopfront

Review – White Lyan [Hoxton]

Appeals To Chemists and/or anyone with an enthusiasm for chemistry, or the mixological take on Breaking Bad Well healed and capitalised cocktail fiends, fans and believers of every kind Any of you pioneering types who enjoy something experiencing something rather different and
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