20% OFF ALL MINI KITS 🎁

We ship within 48 hours!

Sign up to earn points and receive rewards

<p>Sign up to earn points and receive rewards</p>

12 month warranty on products

<p>12 month warranty on products</p>

Worldwide Fast Delivery

0208 1243014

Video

Green Bite

Green Bite

The Green Bite is a sour cocktail that is intended to taste a lot like taking a bite right out of a fresh, sour green apple. It follows the 19th / 20th Century balance formula of 2:1:1:1.

The sweetness comes in the form of a sweet green apple liqueur from the French brand Briottet which is then balanced with freshly squeezed lime juice. Lime works best in this cocktail due to the presence of malic acid in lime juice, the dominant acid found in apples.

Harvest Sour

Harvest Sour

The Harvest Sour is a simple yet effective twist on the classic Whiskey Sour cocktail that was invented bylegendary Australian bartender Sam Ross at Attaboy (NYC) sometime in the 2000’s.

This is a split-base cocktail containing equal proportions of Rye Whiskey and an Apple Brandy producedby America’s oldest distiller Laird’s.

If Laird’s Applejack is unavailable to bartenders, substituting this with Calvados or Cider Brandy will workjust as well.

Orchard Road

Orchard Road

The Orchard Road is a simple yet delicious mocktail that is inspired by classic autumnal / fall flavours and the warming beverages traditionally enjoyed during this season i.e. mulled cider, wassail etc.

Æcorn Aromatic is a non-alcoholic sweet vermouth created in the UK by the producers of Seedlip - Claire Warner & Ben Branson.

The dominant flavours in Æcorn Aromatic are acorn, cinnamon, gentian, oak and vanilla which provide a wonderful spiced backbone to a mixture of lemon juice, apple juice and a touch of vanilla syrup.

Malabar Punch

Malabar Punch

The Malabar Punch is an Indian summer inspired twist on the Silver Pineapple cocktail that was invented by Satan’s Whiskers (London, UK) bartender Andy Loudon during the semi-finals of the 2014 Havana Club Grand Prix cocktail competition.
This cocktail works best with Havana Club 3 Y/O due to the rum’s unique citrus and ginger notes that are likely the result of a short maturation process.


This cocktail also works best with Sauvignon Blanc White Wine due to the citrus and fruit-led flavour profiles that are commonly associated with this wine style.

Dark and Stormy

Dark and Stormy

A Dark ’n’ Stormy is a highball cocktail made with dark rum and ginger beer served over ice and garnished with a slice of lime. Lime juice and simple syrup are also frequently added.

This drink is very similar to the Moscow mule except that the Dark 'n' Stormy has dark rum instead of vodka

Manhattan

Manhattan

Manhattan is a cocktail made with whiskey, sweet vermouth, and bitters. While rye is the traditional whiskey of choice, other commonly used whiskies include Canadian whisky, bourbon, blended whiskey, and Tennessee whiskey.

Matador

Matador

The Matador is a tequila-based cocktail. Less widely known than the margarita, its structure is similarly simple, with three primary ingredients: silver or blanco tequila, pineapple juice, and lime juice.

Its chief coupling of pineapple and a single spirit resembles a Jackhammer, a variant of the Screwdriver which substitutes pineapple juice for orange juice to mix with vodka.

Matadors are often presented differently, either in a martini glass or a champagne flute.

Mocktail Orchard Road

Mocktail Orchard Road

The Orchard Road is a simple yet delicious mocktail that is inspired by classic autumnal / fall flavours and the warming beverages traditionally enjoyed during this season i.e. mulled cider, wassail etc.

Æcorn Aromatic is a non-alcoholic sweet vermouth created in the UK by the producers of Seedlip - Claire Warner & Ben Branson.

The dominant flavours in Æcorn Aromatic are acorn, cinnamon, gentian, oak and vanilla which provide a wonderful spiced backbone to a mixture of lemon juice, apple juice and a touch of vanilla syrup.

Apple Boulevardier

Apple Boulevardier

The Boulevardier cocktail appears for the first time in famous bartender Harry McElhone’s 1927 book Barflies and Cocktails. It originally consisted of equal parts bourbon, sweet vermouth and Campari but our simple autumnal twist replaces bourbon with calvados, an apple brandy from northern France, and increases the amount for better balance.

This drink is often said to be a sibling of the Negroni cocktail, however, we would say it is better (shock horror) because you can actually taste the base spirit. Furthermore, it is more of a digestif than an aperitif.

Feel free to substitute for different brands of bitter liqueur, vermouth and apple brandy.

20th Century

20th Century

The 20th Century is a classic gin sour cocktail created in 1937 by British bartender named C.A. Tuck and named after the famous train that ran between New York City and Chicago from 1902 until 1967.

The first mention of the recipe in literature was in 1937 in the Café Royal Cocktail Book by William J Tarling, President of the United Kingdom Bartenders Guild at the time.

London Calling

London Calling

London Calling is a sour cocktail that was invented by bartender Chris Jepson at London cocktail institution Milk & Honey in 2002. The drink has experienced a recent resurgence in popularity amongst UK bartenders due to its simplicity and how quaffable it is.

Honey Bee

Honey Bee

The Honey Bee is a little known cocktail that first appeared in recipe form in the 1949 edition of Esquire’s Handbook For Hosts which actually stipulated lemon juice instead of lime juice.

David Embury does, however, mention the drink in his famous 1948 book The Fine Art Of Mixing Drinks stating that it is a close relative of the Honeysuckle cocktail but made with Jamaican rum.

We have used a deliciously honeyed Venezuelan rum Diplomático Mantuano but we also recommend experimenting with richer, darker rums too.

Snow Ball

Snow Ball

The Snowball is a quintessentially British Christmas cocktail that was invented in the 1940s and bastardised in the 1970s when it was stripped of all sophistication and became a sickly sweet combination of just Advocaat and lemonade.

Bees Kiss

Bees Kiss

The Bee’s Kiss is a little-known dessert cocktail that first appeared in Trader Vic’s Book of Food and Drinks in 1946. It is rich, creamy and sweet, making it a perfect drink to enjoy at Christmas time.
Trader Vic’s version produced a very small drink with only a hint of honey and cream plus light Cuban rum. We prefer a more scaled-up recipe and an aged rum, preferably a blend of column and pot distillations.

Cosmopolitan

Cosmopolitan


Created sometime in the late 1980's, the Cosmopolitan cocktail's origins are difficult to pinpoint due to 4-5 bartenders claiming to have invented it first.  The 2 most credible claims are from...

Feast or Famine

Feast or Famine

Feast Or Famine - because you will only ever have too few or too many of this cocktail. This cocktail is an original creation inspired by Thanksgiving and the food / cooking traditions and ingredients that are associated with this American holiday.

Mitch Martini

Mitch Martini

Created at the infamous Match Bar, London in 1997 by Giovanni Burdi, the Mitch Martini is our Head Of Drinks Development Tim’s guilty pleasure cocktail as it is vodka-based, fruity, sweet and not even a Martini - but it tastes delicious!

East 8 Hold Up

East 8 Hold Up

The story goes that one night, Kevin had just dropped off his friend and colleague during a taxi ride home after their shift. Alone in the area code E8, Sam then stopped to urinate against a wall with his trousers dropped around his feet. At this moment, a stranger came up behind him, stepped on his trousers and stole his wallet. Sam ended up chasing the mugger down the street with his trousers around his ankles. The unfortunate (and slightly humorous) episode became known as the East 8 Hold Up.

Army & Navy

Army & Navy

The Army & Navy cocktail is a twist on a non-traditional (no egg white) Gin Sour which is thought to have originated in the Army & Navy Club in Washington DC.

Orgeat syrup features in the recipe in place of regular sugar syrup. Ours is created by blending roasted peeled almonds and water in a bar blender, straining the mixture then adding an equal amount (weight) of caster sugar and blending again.

Amaretto Sour

Amaretto Sour

The Amaretto Sour is a modern classic cocktail that emerged in the 1970’s when sweet Italian liqueurs were becoming hugely popular in the United States.

Quaker

Quaker

The Quaker is a fresh-tasting sour cocktail that was first published in Harry Craddock’s seminal The Savoy Cocktail Book in 1930.

The drink is relatively unknown in the bartending community but is a great way of introducing Cognac and rye whiskey to guests who have perhaps never tried them before as it is very accessible.

My basket

You have no items in your basket