Some drinks are impossible to replace, but nothing is beyond a little updating and improving. If there are any other drinks from Hawksmoor past that you miss, there’s a very good chance your bartender will be able to make them for you.
French House FizzBeefeater 24 Gin, Strawberry, Tarragon Cream SodaIn 1860s Brooklyn Dr Brown promised that his cure-all cream soda was the key to eternal life. Hoping he was right, we’ve reworked his recipe, adding a little tarragon, and use it to charge this long refreshing fizz.9.50
Tom & JerezPorter's Tropical Old Tom Gin, Lemon, Almond, PearA welcome return to a dear old friend. We realised the T&J was just too delicious to leave off the menu any longer. So here it is, back in its (almost) original form.11.00
Fuller-Fat Old FashionedWoodford Reserve Bourbon, Salted Brown Butter, Tonka BeanThis leisurely sipper requires a painstaking process of infusing butter into bourbon in a water bath. Now with the added luxury of salted beurre noisette and a hint of aromatic tonka bean.12.50
Hawksmoor Calling Fords Gin, Manzanilla Sherry, Camomile Honey, SodaAn updated, improved version of an old favourite, the Hawksmoor Collins. Here influenced by another great millennial, Milk & Honey’s London Calling.10.00
Shaky Pete’s Ginger BrewBeefeater Gin, Ginger, Lemon, London PrideOur most popular cocktail for over a decade, ‘Shaky’ Pete Jeary’s ode to the Power Shandy remains unchanged. Somewhere between homemade ginger beer and shandy, with an added gin kick, this incredibly refreshing pick-me-up now appears lightly disguised on lists across the land (Wobbly Bob’s Ginger Brew anyone?).10.50
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