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Not only does our Covent Garden team, led by manager Alex, have decades of experience in wine and spirits, but in some instances team members have literally written the book on their favourite drink. No matter your interest — be it new releases, old whiskies, vintage port, rare mezcal, grower Champagnes or anything else — you'll find a helping hand in Covent Garden. When The Whisky Exchange stepped out from the eaves of its first, now closed premises in , Covent Garden was where we settled. A haven for premium drinks and discerning customers in the heart of the capital, the shop is a two-floor emporium of delicious delights, filled floor to ceiling with thousands of the finest bottles from around the world, and spanning every category.
Just around the corner from London's Covent Garden shopping centre, our shop on Bedford Street has plenty to do nearby. Just two minutes away are both the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery for the culture vultures, or even the Savoy Theatre and the Colliseum Theatre for those thinking of seeing a show. Finally, just a stone's throw away lie the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, whose stunning architecture and intriguing history make them some of London's must-see spots.
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This vast cover bar has the potential to feel a little overwhelming, with its high ceilings and industrial emptiness, were it not for the cosy retro decor, the scattering of wingback armchairs and mismatched tables, and the comforting fire pit in the middle of its all-weather terrace.
Rinse your palate with a Quick-Spin Collins Hendrick's gin topped with cucumber and cardamom foam or perhaps the Long Rinse Collins Belvedere vodka infused with sage leaves, fresh lemon, cardamom syrup and then shaken with fresh blueberries and sage leaves for an immersive washing-machine experience.
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For some, whisky can induce a minor state of anxiety. Thankfully, Tristan Stephenson and Tom Aske, the men behind London's much-loved Worship Street Whistling Shop, have just opened a new bar solely dedicated to whisky, which promises to reinvent the spirit.
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With more than bottles from around the world lining the room in glass cabinets, this subterranean whisky library seeks to educate rather than intimidate. The trunk, cut in half and coated in resin, serves as an interactive cocktail ageing system at which guests can sit, drink and observe through the glass top. Two channels have been carved so different whisky cocktails can be poured directly from the end of the trunk.
If Black Rock can't convince the haters, nothing can. With its Wonderland theme, Little Bat claims to be as much rabbit hole as watering hole The cocktail menu reads like a list of veritable classics: the Cucumber Elderflower Fizz, Pina Colada, Pineapple Daquiri, Espresso Martini and Clover Club all make an appearance, but there's also a selection of "forgotten favourites". There's the firey El Diablo, made from tequila and ginger ale, the Bourbon-heavy Bushwick and the classic Tommy's Margarita, to name but a few.
Our must-order, however, has to be the Night of Passion, a heady mix of Makers Mark Bourbon, Gingerbread Syrup, passionfruit and lemon that sits on the "Summer of Love" side of the menu. Nevertheless, the main ingredients - cocktails, food and service - are a real success. As for Little Bat's claim to offer a miniature wonderland, we don't buy it. Where was the rabbit hole?
Two are too many. And three are not enough. Not that anyone's complaining: the drinks, concocted by Marcis Dzelzainis - previously of Dandelyan and 69 Colebrooke Row - are incredibly moreish, both in terms of taste and aesthetics. After a few - don't miss the Olive Oil Old Fashioned - you'll need a good haul from the food menu. A hearty aged Galician beef sirloin and some chicken liver, pink radicchio and grapes?
Go on then. Arch , Paradise Row, London E2. Resurfacing from the Burlock rum room - the latest addition to The Breakfast Group portfolio - after an evening down in its cavernous bowels can be a disorientating experience. And not just because you can't stand up half as easily as you could at 7pm.
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Let's set the scene: the last few hours have been spent clinking glasses atop old Havana sewing machines, testing vintage hair dryers left over from the site's previous occupant a barber and gulping down spindly grasshoppers with shots of rum the bartenders' sport to the emboldening beat of Cuban jazz. It is only when you emerge a few hours later, blinking blearily and sidestepping an army of determined late-night shoppers, that you remember you are not outside Hemingway's favourite, El Floridita.
You're not even mingling with the hipsters in east London.
You're in Mayfair, opposite Bond Street tube station. And therein lies the magic of Burlock - the name given to the twine and hemp packaging rum runners used during the prohibition era to move their rum. Courageously parked a stone's throw from Oxford Street, Burlock is a safe haven: a candlelit bunker merry with carnival spirit and joyous rum lovers. Manager Sam Jeavons, previously from London Cocktail Club, oversees the Almond Butter Coladas, mind-blowing Mojitos and sugar-sweet Daiquiris, paired with mouth-watering plates of jerk chicken and glazed pork ribs from the kitchen.
This is the last bar we'd expect to find next to Selfridges and London's busiest street, but by god, it's the stiff drink we all needed.
Venturing outside of zones one and two in search of a decent drink may seem like mission impossible. That's because The man behind it, David Layton, has over 12 years of industry knowledge and, having decided to set up his first solo venture, opened his doors in October The cocktails are as elegant as they are innovative, the menu doesn't shun the classics, and your drinks are served properly, rather than in jam jars. GQ also recommends the Rosemary Negroni, made with in-house rosemary-infused vermouth, or, for the gin lovers, a Beefeater-based thirst-quencher of bittersweet flavours, served with a generous pinch of dill.
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Don't stop at the drinks, because the chorizo and mozzarella arancini balls served with white truffle mayo are as good as they sound, while the succulent ribs glazed in a secret recipe rum and Coca-Cola - not that secret are heavenly. Totally worth risking zone three for, right? Waste not want not is the motto that drives east London's Scout, where cocktail ingredients are strictly seasonal, and provided by British foragers and farmers.
These cocktails are brewed and bottled in the bar's basement cocktail lab, but are served at ground level. Championing what is known as "close loop" cocktailing, Scout's short snack menu is created from the drinks' leftover ingredients. Ever hungered for a bite of Stradivarius? No, us neither. And yet, upon tasting one of the most intriguing cocktails, Violin, at Tony Conigliaro's new Dalston bar, Untitled, we yearned to sink our teeth into the instrument's resinous gut strings.
Conigliaro, the genius behind Islington's 69 Colebrooke Row and Soho's Bar Termini , often referred to as the "Heston Blumenthal of drinks", has developed a menu that celebrates the senses over spirit. Untitled is Conigliaro's third and largest bar yet. The minimalist design pays homage to Andy Warhol's Silver Factory studio in New York - a creative hub of artists and actors - with tinfoil-papered walls and a communal concrete table.
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It's also by far his most innovative. Considering the man prepares his cocktails in a laboratory using scientific molecular mixology and once made a gelatinous "yolk" of tomato and vodka served like an oyster, this is saying something. Each of Untitled's 12 cocktails is designed to look, taste and smell just like their names. In Violin, served in a small, bulbous glass vessel presiding over a long and delicate stem, mirroring the neck and body of a violin, you discover oak, pine, beeswax and black pepper, with a hint of whisky.
In Snow, served in a tiny, stout and frosty cup that resembles a plump snowdrop, the cold, tasteless liquid chalk, clay, enoki and vodka reminds you of catching snow on your tongue as a child. The Waif rhubarb, rose, silver tip and champagne is beautiful, slight and presented in a glass so fragile even the most nimble-fingered will feel like their wrists are wielding giant rakes. While the flavours are daring, these cocktails require no bravery - they slip down your throat like water.