In the words of Craig David: what’s your flavour? Tell me, what’s your flavour (oooh).
Or, if you’re more of a Bond fan, do you prefer shaken or stirred?
Either way, pick your poison because we’re delivering you the goods. If you’re also a sucker for a sip post 5pm (or pre 5pm, let’s be honest), you’ll be cheers’ing us in no time.
It’s likely you’ve tried to recreate your favourite bar cocktails from the comforts of your own kitchen, unknowingly concocting actual poison (just me?), but put the pre-mixers down because we’ve gone straight to the professionals.
These guys have revealed some of their signature cocktail recipes so you can sip away your day, in your jarmies, on the couch, with a drink in-hand. We promise, your next dinner party concoctions are sure to impress.
Mi Casa bar anyone?
Mr Percival's | Rubino - House Cocktail
- 40ml Regal Rogue Rosé
- 10ml Ketel One Vodka
- 20ml Strawberry syrup
- 10ml Lemon juice
- 70ml Prosecco
- Dash of Fever-Tree Premium Soda Water
Garnish with 3 slices of strawberries and mint sprig
The Calile Hotel | Zero Spritz
- 30ml Lyre’s Italian Spritz
- 30ml Lyre’s Orange sec
- 30ml Grapefruit juice
- 30ml Peach puree
- 15ml Lime juice
- 5ml Sugar syrup
- 30ml Fever-Tree Premium Soda Water
- 30ml Lemonade
Finish with an orange half-moon.
Death And Taxes | The Rattlesnake
- 20ml Woodford Rye Whiskey
- 20ml Apricot Brandy
- 20ml Calvados
- 20ml Verjuice
- 60ml Fever Tree Ginger Beer
Build all ingredients in a tall glass, add ice and stir. Finish with a piece of candied ginger to garnish.
Savile Row | Jacob Cohen's Signature Serve
- 40ml Orange Peel infused Starward Two-Fold
- 15ml Marie Brizzard Elderflower
- 5ml Lemon juice
- Top with Fever-Tree Ginger Beer
Garnish with an edible flower.
Walter's Steakhouse | Modern Twist Mamie Taylor
- 50ml Starward Two-Fold
- 25ml Fresh lime juice
- 10ml Apricot Brandy
- 5ml Ginger-honey syrup
- 2 dashes Peychaud’s bitters
- Egg white
- Shake & strain over Fever Tree Spiced Orange ginger ale.
Garnish with finely zested orange.
Notes: For a modern twist (fizz style) on a Mamie Taylor, accentuate the bright orange and subtle spices of the Fever-Tree.