Hidden away in a juice bar’s cellar (complete with a Gatsby-era soundtrack), this atmospherically dark den is an address to know, if you’re after a unique cocktail experience. Here’s the deal: book a two-hour slot, go armed with a spirit base (from basics such as brandy or bourbon to baijiu or similarly bizarre brews), and let the bartender conjure up bespoke brilliance as he combines your proffered poison with ingredients from a vintage drinks trolley. Unlicensed to sell alcohol (but permitted to mix alcoholic drinks as a service, in return for an entry fee of £20 pp), BYOC (‘bring your own cocktails’) is closer to the real deal than most so-called ‘speakeasies’. With fellow guests encouraged to pool alcoholic resources, expect some very interesting results... and a thick head in the morning, most likely.
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