Artesian marks ‘transformation’ with new menu

24th January, 2017 by Amy Hopkins

The globally acclaimed Artesian bar in London has unveiled the first cocktail menu under its new team, with drinks based on the theme of ‘perception’.

Artesian continues its focus on innovative glassware in ‘Perception’

Following the departure of Alex Kratena and Simone Caporale in November 2015, Artesian at The Langham hotel has named Dino Koletsas as director of bars and Gabor Fodor as head bartender.

Since December 2015, Artesian has been working on its new ‘Perception’ menu, a list of 20 drinks that is said to “consciously challenge assumptions” and “focus on the rich history of cocktail-making”.

“We’re so excited to introduce this new menu which represents a year of hard work and collaboration,” said Fodor. “The team has really enjoyed exploring the idea of ‘perception’ and they all have their own favourite serve, which we feel gives the menu a real strength.”

The menu contains twists on classic cocktails, such as ‘Creative Maths’ – which is a combination of Bulleit Rye Collins and Prairie Organic Martinez served in separate miniature pot stills. Guests can drink the cocktails separately, or at the same time.

“Special attention” has also been paid to non-alcoholic drinks, with three alcohol-free serves included in the menu: Throw Some Dough, Awaiting Moses and Som Tum.

Artesian is one of the world’s most highly acclaimed bars and has been named ‘world’s best bar’ on multiple occasions.

Click through the following pages to view a selection of some of the new cocktails in Artesian’s ‘Perception’ menu.

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