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California Lemonade

California Lemonade

Lemonade, West Coast style! An enticing combo of Smirnoff No. 21 Vodka, Tanqueray London Dry Gin and cognac with a mix of citrus juices.

Carrot Bee’s Knees

Carrot Bee’s Knees

This zesty carrot cocktail, with honey, dry gin and lemon juice brings a fresh flavour to any cocktail menu. Discover the recipe.

Claridge Cocktail

Claridge Cocktail

The drink is on the sweeter side, but it’s absolutely delicious and nicely balanced. I also find it’s a great gateway cocktail to introduce people to stiffer drinks like martinis. I forget exactly when or how I came across this little tipple, but I’ve never forgotten about it and it’s a great one to pull out when someone wants something new.

Clover Club

Clover Club

Tanqueray is shaken with Citrus and Sweet Raspberry in this deliciously fruity classic.

Cuban T&T

Cuban T&T

A classic cocktail with a Cuban flair! Tanqueray London Dry Gin with crisp Tonic Water, Fresh Lime and Muddled Mint on the rocks - salud!

Cucumber T&T

Cucumber T&T

A delightful sip of summer! Tanqueray London Dry Gin with Tonic Water, Fresh Lime and Cucumber on the rocks - it's cool, crisp and garden fresh!

Dirty Martini

Dirty Martini

Experience the crisp Tanqueray London Dry in this salty Martini alternative.

East Side Smash

East Side Smash

A take on the classic Gimlet with fresh lime juice, cucumber and mezcal.

Elderflower Collins

Elderflower Collins

Tanqueray No.Ten is mixed with Ginger and Lemongrass in this citrusy, refreshingly tasty twist on the Collins cocktail.

Elderflower Gimlet

Elderflower Gimlet

The ultimate coolant on a hot day, this cocktail packs a serious punch of flavour! The rich tones of the elderflower cordial compliment the zesty gin and lime to make a refreshing drink that’s perfect for your summer menu.

Envy Me

Envy Me

Created by WORLD CLASS competition finalist, Nick Wu, this cocktail celebrates lesser used ingredients and flavours with Eastern origins.

French 75

French 75

This cocktail is named after an artillery gun known for its kick. It is said to have been created by Harry MacElhone (of Harry’s New York Bar in Paris) for returning WWI fighter pilots.

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