Christmas doesn’t just give our chefs a chance to indulge, it’s the same for our bartenders. We’re no stranger to a hot buttered rum or glass of mulled wine, but we wanted to do something a little different this year, with some very special festive additions to the menu.
Sipsmith sloe gin, Prosecco, cranberry purée, orange zest
Sipsmith has been a favourite on the London Grind gin list since our first day, and when it brought out a sloe gin, we knew there’d be something festive we could create with it. Over ice, with cranberry purée and Prosecco, and topped with a twist of orange zest and a sprig of mistletoe, it couldn’t be more Christmassy. If you’re looking for something to get you through that four-hour dinner with the relatives, this will do the trick.
RUM & RAISIN
Grind house-blend espresso, sherry, Chairman’s Reserve rum, maple syrup
It wouldn’t be Grind without a coffee cocktail, and this is one of our best. Shaken with sherry, rum and maple syrup, the resulting flavour is like a liqueur chocolate. It’s a delicious sweet treat you can easily drink enough of to ensure a merry and spirited catch-up with friends – and if that’s not what Christmas is about, I don’t know what is.
Bourbon, bitters, gingerbread syrup, candy-cane sugar
Our Old-Fashioned, made with bourbon infused with our Shoreditch-roasted Grind house-blend espresso, is a killer twist on the classic. We thought we’d try twisting it in a different direction this year, with the addition of gingerbread syrup and candy-cane sugar. It’s warming, heady and about as close to curling up in front of a fireplace as Health & Safety will allow us to get – and the ginger adds a bit of a kick to it, too.
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