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  • 1824 A.A.

    1824 A.A.

    Shake all the ingredients together with ice. Serve in a martini glass....read more

  • Vieux Rectangle

    Vieux Rectangle

    Simply stir all the liquids together in a mixing glass along with the ice. Strain into a stem glass and squeeze the lemon rind over to release the oils...read more

  • Vintage Brandy Crusta

    Vintage Brandy Crusta

    Shake all of the ingredients in a cocktail shaker with some ice, except for the sugar and lemon rind. Double strain into a vintage stem glass. Garnish rim with a coating of the sugar and the long strip of lemon rind. ...read more

  • The Rum Harvard

    The Rum Harvard

    Stir 50ml of rum and 10ml of vermouth over ice in a cocktail shaker until cold. Pour 5ml of crème de cassis into a chilled cocktail glass and rotate to coat the inside. Discard any excess crème de cassis from the cocktail glass. Strain in the other ingredients. ...read more

  • Miso Thirsty

    Miso Thirsty

    Put all of the ingredients into a tall mixing glass and stir quickly with a long spoon. Strain into a coupe glass over a small block of ice and serve....read more

  • Sexy Fish’s Scot Free

    Sexy Fish’s Scot Free

    Simply pour the whisky into a highball glass filled with ice cubes and add the coconut water. Garnish with a sprig of mint and serve immediately....read more

  • Dirty Bones’ Key Lime Pie

    Dirty Bones’ Key Lime Pie

    Whip together the egg white, sugar and lime zest in a bowl and get it as stiff as you can. Leave to chill. Fill a shaker with ice and add the gin, lime juice and limoncello. Shake, then pour into a martini glass. Gently spoon on the egg white mix and blacken with a blowtorch if you have one, though...read more

  • 69 Martini: 69 Colebrooke Row

    69 Martini: 69 Colebrooke Row

    Identifiable only by a lantern outside the door, the self-styled ‘Bar With No Name’ rewards guests who manage to find it with some of the world’s best drinks when they arrive. Head barman Tony Conigliaro has received countless awards, specialising in his house martini, which you’ll find here. One of the most straightforward classic cocktails, many still get...read more

  • Cube Pudding Jr: The Blind Pig

    Cube Pudding Jr: The Blind Pig

    Masquerading as an optician’s above his Social Eating House, Jason Atherton’s bar The Blind Pig majors in the most inventive cocktails in London. His team is particularly proud of this fruity concoction. Combine the ingredients in a shaker. Shake and fine strain over crushed ice in a tall glass. Top with more ice and serve with a straw,...read more

  • Chrysanthemum: Nightjar

    Chrysanthemum: Nightjar

    Boasting a trendy location on the edge of Shoreditch, east London, Nightjar remains one of the most achingly cool bars in London – and one of the most talked about in the world too. Book a table and expect to be served cutting-edge drinks in bespoke glassware. Pour all the ingredients into a mixing glass with ice. Stir for 15 seconds and...read more

  • The Royal Gazette: Mr Fogg’s

    The Royal Gazette: Mr Fogg’s

    You voted this Mayfair bar your number one in the UK at the Food and Travel Reader Awards back in September 2014. Serious thought goes into every drink and this one is a celebratory way to see in the New Year, with a little Cuban flavour. Pour all the ingredients into a balloon glass with the passion fruit and mint, then...read more

  • Selfie Compatible: Artesian at The Langham

    Selfie Compatible: Artesian at The Langham

    Frequently thronging the world’s best bar lists, we simply had to include a pour from The Langham hotel’s flagship bar, Artesian. Serve this to your guests at a New Year’s Eve cocktail party and you can drink up the plaudits. Place all ingredients into a shaker, add ice and just roll. Pour into a chilled cloud (glass)....read more

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