BarsRotunda Bar Brings Seasonal Cocktails To Ten Trinity Square

Rotunda Bar Brings Seasonal Cocktails To Ten Trinity Square

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Rotunda Bar & Lounge at Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square has unveiled a variety of new signature cocktails to celebrate the changing of the seasons. Beginning this month, Bar Manager Nikos Tachmazis will tantalize guests at the London East End destination bar with a menu of innovative mixed rinks, ready to enjoy in the beautiful surrounds of the Art Deco venue.

Taking his inspiration from childhood memories, Nikos’ three signature cocktails will transport guests back to their youth with each sip.

Rotunda Bar & Lounge at Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square
  • The Pencil – An innovative cocktail served in a narrow tube with cedar wood, vodka, cacao, and chocolate caviar. The fragrance and flavours of the drink will evoke memories from childhood, taking guests back to the sensation of chewing the end of a pencil in the classroom. The style of the cocktail itself creates a playful and unique short drink.
  • Moondust – Designed for all those that dreamed of being an astronaut as a child. With rum, raspberry, gunpowder, Dewazakura sake and smoke, Moondust is inspired by verified astronaut accounts of the unique “smell” of the moon, which they reported is a distinct odour made up of gunpowder, rum, raspberry, metal.
  • Sea Breeze – A cocktail that will transport guests back to childhood beach holidays and memories of being surrounded by the salty sea air and songs of the ocean. Labdanum, benzoin, vodka, kelp, dry vermouth and mastic make this signature cocktail a drink not to be missed.

Rotunda Bar is open daily with live music on Friday and Saturday evenings from 8:15 to 11:00 pm.

For more information or to make reservations, head over to Rotunda Bar’s official website.

Elsewhere in East London, Provisions Wine & Cheese has announced they will open a new space on Hackney Road in February 2022. The original store opened on Holloway Road in North London six years ago.

Meanwhile, iconic 200-year-old London hotel The Connaught has added an art and wine enclave known as The Red Room to its stable of world-class bars and restaurants.

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