LONDON DRINK: NEW WINTER COCKTAILS AT MARRIOTT HOTEL

As confused Londoners move from enjoying some late summer weather in early October, to the threat of snow just days later, it’s nice to know the drink boffins at one of London’s top hotels are offering your chance to slip into the colder climatic conditions with a new range of Winter Cocktails.

Marriott County Hall Hotel have launched their winter collection infused with the scents and tastes of Christmas and using an innovate dose of molecular mixology techniques.

The new cocktail menu at the 5-star Marriott London Hotel County Hall hotel bar offers it all. Situated on the South Bank of the Thames with spectacular views of Big Ben, the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament, escape to the riverside Rotunda Lounge where a magical winter cocktail menu awaits.

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Rotunda Lounge in the Marriott County Hall Hotel.

Expertly designed by the bar’s cocktail experts, choose from a mix of elegant and inspired cocktails that include festive flavourings of orange brandy gingerbread syrup, egg whites and elderflower.

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Chocolate Gingerbread: dark chocolate liqueur, cognac, orange brandy gingerbread syrup and egg white, finished with a flame of Navy rum

So, snuggle down for some winter-warmer tipples at the Marriott and don’t let the cold snap get you down!

http://www.marriott.co.uk

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