We haven’t just left the bar, we’ve raised it, bottling our experience with Bristol syrups, mixing them with absolute precision to create authentic tasting cocktails. Carefully considered from the rich history of cocktails our collection is classic, the perfect accompaniment at home or away.
Rum, pineapple and coconut take your tongue on a tropical trip to a sweet and smooth destination. First blended together by Hilton Caribe bartender Ramón “Monchito” Marrero in 1954, this exotic mixture of ingredients became Puerto Rico’s official drink, capturing the minds and mouths of a nation before doing the same worldwide.
Tequila, lime juice and orange make mariachi music on your tastebuds that’s both exciting yet refreshing. Said to have been created in 1938 by restaurant owner Carlos Herrera in Tijuana for loyal patron and popular Ziegfeld dancer Marjorie King, who was allergic to all spirits except tequila, this is a drink that embodies the same vibrant energy of the woman who first drank it.
Vodka, passionfruit and vanilla makes for the perfect threesome, balancing strength, fruitiness and richness. Invented in 1999 by LAB Bar owner Douglas Ankrah who wanted to craft a cocktail that personified the world’s best bars; places that are bold, sexy and playful. If the cool and colourful London of the late 90’s had a flavour, this is what it would taste like.
Gin, raspberry and lemon come together in this prohibition-era cocktail, born from the leather armchairs and dark oak panelling of the Clover Club in the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel in Philadelphia. It was the cocktail to toast with for the lawyers, writers, and other captains of industry whose patronage put the club on the map.
Coffee and vodka come together to create a truly sophisticated cocktail with a kick. It’s rich, indulgent and creamy. Created by guru bartender Dick Brandsell in the 1980s when a young model asked for something to “wake me up and f**k me up” it has quickly become an international favourite, perfect for nights where you need a little extra pep in your step.
An irresistible summer cocktail that is refreshing as it is delicious. Unlike most cocktails that come with a mysterious and unsubstantiated origin story the daiquiri is backed up by an actual cocktail recipe card signed by Jennings Cox from 1896. Made with limes, brown sugar, rum and now watermelon.