Our head mixologist has his own blog. Admittedly, this may or may not be of interest to you. It depends really whether you are simply here because you want cocktails at your forthcoming event or party, or if you’re a cocktail aficionado.
If you’re in the latter group and you’re interested in what the latest trends and ingredients are, and what was so great about Prohibition cocktails, then the mixology blog may interest you.
Our head mixologist Andrew has been branching out and in his mixology blog, he shares with you his thoughts on cocktails, the ingredients, bars, shops and future trends. Have a look here.
We the Cocktail Shaker Boys are all about providing you with a great range of cocktails and mocktails at your special party. Yes of course, we appreciate that it’s all about bringing everything together in a seamless fashion to make sure that all your guests (and you of course) are wowed by the experience.
Underpinning this are the cocktails themselves of course. Our menu will typically consist of a selection of 5 cocktails and 2 non-alcoholic mocktails. We like to keep it interesting and so it’s not the same menu each time of course. A hen party menu for instance will be very different to a menu for a 50th, 60th or 70th birthday.
We like to mix it up a bit and so usually we’ll be offering you some ‘standard’ to-be-expected cocktails, such as the Mojito and the Cosmopolitan. We also delve into the annals of cocktail heritage to bring you some great cocktails from the Prohibition era. They are classics for a reason. We also muck about with twists on well-known cocktails. We enjoy changing the formulation to bring them up to date. How about our spicy Tequila Sunrise, with it’s added jalapeno syrup?
Then we also like to try out some new ones on you, to offer you new taste experiences. Maybe we’ll be serving you your new favourite cocktail. Why not? It’s happened before.
So we spend time in the apothecary making up new potions and formulations. Our job is to bring the skills of our mixology team to your party, to create some outstandingly great tasting cocktails. Check out the Middle England Mixologist blog here.