The festive season has officially arrived and we have the perfect Christmas cocktails to kick off the celebrations.
As part of a festive offering this Christmas, Eve Bar is serving up a selection of state-of-the-art cocktails in its hip and stylishly decorated hideaway, including the likes of ‘Ginger Snow’. This carefully curated cocktail is deliciously crisp and zesty with subtle floral and herbal notes, as well as citrus undertones of lemon mixed with anise. It’s topped with a beautifully light ginger foam which gives this tangy tipple an invigorating aroma, making it a perfect treat this holiday season.
Treehouse@51 is offering guests a tangy and fragrant sparkling cocktail, named ‘Day to Sparkle’ as part of its festive cocktail range this Christmas. Served in a golden flute and garnished with red currants, this supremely sippable tipple is light in flavour with notes of sweet apple and floral fruity aromas. It is also layered with subtle hints of smooth and exotic Christmas spices, among the likes of cinnamon, clove and nutmeg, which gives this cocktail a unique festive touch.
This Christmas, visitors can enjoy a rich and complexly spiced cocktailat the intimate St James Bar, which is tucked away within the grand Sofitel London St James. Guests will be able to indulge in a wonderfully balanced festive tipple, enchanted with notes of sweet cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves as well as subtle hints of dark, earthy chocolate aromas which accentuate a naturally barky finish.
For a truly memorable experience this festive season, guests who are residing at The Savoy Hotel, are invited to indulge their sense of fun and positivity with ‘A Christmas Promise with Champagne Laurent-Perrier’. This charming experience sees a Christmas-scented bubble blown onto the top of a coupe of Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé. By popping the bubble, guests send their positive promise out to the universe in a mist of seasonal scents. Individuals are then welcomed to enjoy the deliciousness of the ripe red fruit aromas of Laurent-Perrier’s celebrated rosé either as part of the festive afternoon tea offering in the Thames Foyer or alternatively in the privacy of their room.