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Oslo in Hackney: Summer in the City

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Yes, at last the warmer weather is upon us! And that can only mean one thing: delicious cocktails enjoyed outside. SEEN has learned that scandi-haven OSLO, in Hackney, has a delightful new menu featuring a selection of refreshing concoctions, perfect for the warm weather and summer months, which may even last until the end of September, you never know your luck. The cocktails take much-loved classics and mix them up with fresh and zesty flavourings, including the likes of Pink Grapefruit, Wild Peach, Violette, Camomile and Rose.

The Summer menu includes:

ICELANDIC MARTINI
Miller’s Gin, Pink Grapefruit Liqueur, Home-made Camomile Syrup

Icelandic Martini
Icelandic Martini

GREEN MISTRESS
Elderflower & Rose Syrup, Egg White & Fresh Lemon Juice

Green Mistress
Green Mistress

WILD PEACH MARGARITA
Ocho Blanco Tequila, Wild Peach Liqueur & Fresh Lime Juice

Wild Peach Margarita
Wild Peach Margarita

OSLO SPRITZ
Aperol, Elderflower Liqueur, Rhubarb Bitters, Orange Bitters, Prosecco

OSLO Spritz
OSLO Spritz

AVIATION
Tanqueray Gin, Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur, Violette Liqueur

Aviation
Aviation

Make SEEN’s a large Aviation and don’t stint on the gin. After-work drinks never sounded so good. We have a feeling that Oslo’s outdoor terrace will fast become THE place to hang out in East London over the Summer. Skol, as they say in Norway.

www.oslohackney.com

Oslo
14 Amhurst Road
Hackney
London
E8 1LL

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