New Coral Room cocktails take English inspiration

14th November, 2019 by Owen Bellwood

London bar The Coral Room has taken inspiration from green spaces and coastlines scattered across England for its latest cocktail menu.

The Spires & Shires was influenced by Worcestershire

Featuring drinks inspired by the Cornish countryside, Oxfordshire and Sussex, each cocktail features local ingredients that have a connection to one of 14 English destinations.

Cocktails on the bar’s latest menu include Play the Pyramid, inspired by Glastonbury Festival and made with Roe & Co Irish Whiskey, 30 & 40 Apéritif de Normandie, ginger, honey, lime juice and Sassy le Cidre Poiré. Drinkers can also be whisked away to Ascot in Berkshire with the Fools & Horses, which combines Martell Blue Swift, Amaro Nonino, Licor 43, vanilla bitters, Fizzix and Perrier-Jouët NV Grand Brut Champagne.

The menu also features the Worcestershire-inspired Spires & Shires, which combines Bulleit Bourbon Whiskey, Amaro Montenegro, crème de cacao and Thomas Henry Coffee Tonic.

Giovanni Spezziga, general manager of The Coral Room, said: “I am delighted to be able to offer a journey across England from the comfort of The Coral Room with our new menu which brings 14 cherished destinations to life with every sip.

“This menu has been a great pleasure to devise and I’m excited to offer guests a country escape in the heart of the capital”.

To find out more about the drinks on the bar’s menu, click through the following pages.

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