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You can get £7 cocktails from the poshest bars in London thanks to London Cocktail Week

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You heard us — £7 cocktails! (Picture: Jamie McGregor Smith/ The Essence House/ Justin de Souza)

After stretchingLondon Cocktail Week into a whole month last year, founders Hannah Sharman-Cox and Siobhan Payne are doing it again, running it until October 31.

It’s great value for money.

Buying a wristband gives you access to £7 signature cocktails across an array of the city’s best bars, as well as different events, experiences, special menus and immersive pop-ups.

Even if you’re not based in London, you can still get involved thanks to delivery company The Drinks Drop, who’ll be bringing some of those £7 cocktails direct to your door.

Bars taking part include Blue Bar at The Berkeley, Artesian at The Langham, Lyaness, Sketch and Three Sheets, alongside brand-new openings such as Bar La Rampa, Abajo, Park Row and Hacha Brixton.

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Head on down to the exclusive Blue Bar (Picture: Jamie McGregor Smith)
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Find your favourite flavour (Picture: The Essence House)
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Brewdog will be serving up special cocktails at the Lost Forest party (Picture: Justin De Souza)

Other highlights include The Essence House, a multi-sensory drinking experience in Covent Garden that aims to help you understand your personal flavour profile; zero-waste brand Discarded Spirits Co launching ‘The World’s Most Rubbish Bar’, which will transform ‘waste’ ingredients into delicious, sustainable cocktails and Salon Courvoisier, where prime Cognac cocktails will be served at Nightjar and Oriole bars.

Don’t miss BrewDog’s Lost Forest, a magical wilderness where you’ll find the brewing firm’s new range of spirits, including rum, gin and vodka.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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