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Legendary Cocktails from 100 Wardour Street

Leave it to Soho stalwart 100 Wardour Street to come up with a new cocktail menu based on bygone decades – all with a modern twist, of course. Bar manager Massimo Bosio and his talented team promise guests Prohibition staples, Disco Fever and lots more besides. The four themes are: The Golden Era; It’s Tiki Time; Disco Fever; and Back to the Future.

The Golden Era (1860 – 1930) showcases American-inspired cocktails from the publication of Dr Jerry Thomas’ first cocktail book in 1862.

Milk Punch – £12.00
Ysabela Regina Brandy, Gosling Dark Rum, Vanilla, Milk

Brown Derby – £12.00
Maker’s Mark Bourbon, Grapefruit, Honey

‘It’s Tiki Time’ (1930 – 1950) When drinks became fun! Tiki cocktails take inspiration from Polynesian culture with their exotic flavours. Tiki masters Trader Vic and Don The Beachcomber would be proud. Contains vibrant-lavoured cocktails such as:

Navy Swizzle – £16
Pusser’s Gunpowder rum, house blend spiced rum, homemade falernum, lime juice, triple sec, Angostura Bitters, Absinthe.

Hanging Man – £16
Pusser’s Gunpowder rum, Smith & Cross rum, Aba pisco, homemade falernum, plum, lime, egg white, passion fruit syrup, homemade ginger and grapefruit syrup, grapefruit soda



‘Disco Fever’ (1980-1990s) According to experts, the worst era for cocktails but let’s face it – Disco drinks are fun!

Baby Steps – £12
Caorunn Gin, lemon, elderflower, mixed green puree and bubbles.

It’s Not An Espresso Martini – £12
Pear and chocolate infused Rebel Yell, Xante liqueur, almond syrup, coffee.

‘Back To The Future’ A reinterpretation of some of the most famous old-school cocktails with a modern touch.

White Tea Negroni – £12
Caorunn Gin, Lillet Rose, lemon verbena syrup, Campari gelatine.

Cloud No.9 – £13
Sipsmith Gin, blueberry shrub and mixed vermouths.

Alongside the varied new cocktail selection, guests are also able to enjoy 3 sharing cocktails. For those who want something sweet without the kick, the menu features 3 virgin cocktails.

For the full menu and to make a reservation go to www.100wardourst.com.

Here’s mud in your eye!

100 Wardour Street
Soho
London
W1F 0TN

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