Little Red Door’s new cocktail list pops up at Eve Bar

The team from the Parisian bar Little Red Door has planned an exclusive takeover of London’s Eve Bar next month.

The takeover at Eve Bar, situated under Adam Handling’s Michelin-starred Frog, will offer Londoners the chance to try drinks from Little Red Door’s new menu Flourish.

Little Red Door, which is currently ranked number 21 in World’s 50 Best Bars and has featured on the list for eight out of the 10 years, is set to showcase the Flourish menu to emphasise the producer, produce, and product journey at the centre of each cocktail.

During the takeover, Little Red Door will serve a selection of cocktails including flavours: Raspberry (made using LRD raspberry vermouth, Tanqueray 10, H. Theoria Electric Velvet Liqueur and syrup), Saffron (made using Johnny Walker Black, Baldoria Orange Wine Vermouth, Chouchen and LRD saffron tincture), Citrus (made using LRD citrus liqueur, gooseberry sake, Tanqueray 10 and verjus) and Olive (made using LRD olive spirit, Tanqueray, broad bean cordial and soda).

Eve Bar will also be serving cocktails from its new cocktail menu, named V, which draws on items including agave, juniper, grain, malt, corn and sugarcane. The V list, which includes the cocktails: Hay Honey! (made with Tanqueray 10, hay honey syrup, Aperol, passion fruit puree, lemon juice and soda), Pink is for Boys (made with Johnnie Walker, Baldoria Sweet Vermouth, anise, fennel and Campari) and High Level (which uses shiso and basil infused Tanqueray, Italicus, Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur, Cadello 88, sour cherry and lime). Guests can also try Perfect, Three Cherries, which is known as the Eve Bar’s signature twist on a Manhattan and includes all parts of the cherry. 

The takeover will occur from 7pm until 11pm on 7 July 2022 for Londoners who wish to stop by for a drink.

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