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Home get togethers should be spent having a laugh with your family and friends. Not stuck in the kitchen spilling strawberry liqueur everywhere. So we’ve removed all the faff. With ready-made classic cocktails that follow the same recipes as the geniuses who invented them.
Dean Street Pornstar Martini 1.5 Litre
There are three reasons the UK loves this cocktail. 1. It feels a bit naughty to say pornstar in public. 2. You get a free shot of Prosecco with it at the bar. And 3. Half a passion fruit feels like you’re getting one of your five a day. But guess what… it takes six whole passion fruits to have just one of your five a day. That’s 12 drinks! But did Soho Lab Bar legend Douglas Ankrah think of that when he invented this back in 2002? Actually, he probably did. That’s why they’re so damn moreish. Cheers Doug.
Old Compton Street Espresso Martini 1.5 Litre
“I want something that’ll wake me up, then f**k me up,” said the model to the bartender. It was 1984. The model, rumoured to be Naomi Campbell. The bartender, Dick Bradsell, the man who would change the face of London cocktails forever. Vodka was all the rage back then, and luckily for Dick, Soho Brasserie’s coffee machine sat right next to the bar. So he had a lightbulb moment to combine the two, and the espresso martini was born. Made for a supermodel, invented by a cocktail king, and now recreated for you. Delightfully mellow, and deliciously sippable. But still with an unmistakable kick.
Carnaby Street Cosmopolitan 1.5 Litre
Few cocktails symbolise a city like the Cosmopolitan. But even though this iconic pink drink screams New York City, it’s been evolving all over the world for more than a century. When pre-war vodka tasted absolutely horrendous on its own, lime juice was added to make the Vodka Gimlet. Years later, triple sec joined the mix, and it became the Kamikaze. But it was only in 1988 that bartender Toby Cecchini from Tribeca’s famous Odeon bistro added cranberry juice, creating “the” drink of New York. And we’ve stayed true to his modern Manhattan masterpiece (Mmm for short).
Poland Street Piña Colada 1.5 Litre
The best drinks have the greatest stories. And this one’s straight from Hollywood. Legend has it that a Puerto Rican pirate used bottles of this white rum, coconut and pineapple perfection to keep his crew happy. But the recipe was lost with his death in 1825. Until more recently (and less piratey), the Caribe Hilton Hotel said that its bartender Ramón “Monchito” Marrero created the first one in 1954. But whatever you believe, we’ve captured all that Caribbean magic just for you.
Wardour Street Strawberry Daiquiri 1.5 Litre
If summer had a drinks sponsor, the Strawberry Daiquiri would be it. The world’s most refreshing cocktail was the result of a happy accident in 1860’s Maryland. When neighbours of local strawberry farmer and ice cream maker Christian Zacharias found out that he’d been stashing some British Navy rum in his basement, they all wanted in. But the rum was a bit too strong on its own, so one clever clogs suggested mixing it with the swag from Mrs. Zacharias’ strawberry patch. She was fuming, obviously. But everyone was too drunk to care.