Cocktails at Home – The Cocktail Delivery Company

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With it being harder to get to the pubs over lockdown and even now they are open, many require advance booking I’ve taken to consuming more cocktails from home. You can see an example of ones I’ve created myself on my Interval drinks page.

However sometimes you just don’t have all of the ingredients at home you need to make your cocktail of choice, or to be honest you want to recreate the times when the bartender does all the hard work for you. This is where The Cocktail Delivery Company comes in!

The cocktails get sent to you and stay fresh for 7 days. Most of the bottles serve between 5-7 (depending on the serving size). The cocktails range from £25 – £35. They arrive pre-mixed, with instructions on the bottle and just need popping in the fridge. Some of them do require some equipment but it is all listed very clearly on the website if so.

I was sent High Society Spritz which contains London Dry Gin, Limoncello, Elderflower liqueur, cranberry juice, fresh lemon and soda. You are also sent garnish and for the High Society Spritz it was the dehydrated lemon wheel (and some mini pegs to fasten it to the glass). I have to confess that these drinks do not taste weak and after drinking 3 servings worth (opps!!) I could very much feel it!!

High Society Spritz served 6 and retails for £30. It required no equipment other than a high ball glass and ice. I have to say it really was delicious and the garnish that is sent with it is a lovely touch when trying to create a professional look at home. It is in the picnic cocktails section of the website and this sums it up well as it is mega refreshing! It also tasted very fresh and you can taste the fact that they don’t use artificial flavours, sweeteners or preservatives.

There is a good selection of cocktails on the website from classics such as Pina Colada and the Bramble to their own signature cocktails including Eat The Peach and Perfect Pair. They also do mocktails for around £15 – £20.

You can find out more on The Cocktail Delivery Company’s website. I was gifted High Society Spritz from The Cocktail Delivery Company to try however all views remain my own.

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