A JAPANESE WHISKY, FRENCH BLACK RASPBERRY LIQUEUR, CHILLI-RIMMED AND ABSINTHE-RINSED GLASSES ARE SOME OF THE INGREDIENTS THAT CREATE THE TANTALISING NEW COCKTAILS AT PULLMAN LIVERPOOL.
Eight signature cocktails that put a twist on much-loved bar classics have been mixed ahead of the Christmas party season.
Some of the drinks available include the stylish Pullman Martini, the Liverberry Daiquiri, the Pullman Princess and The Blackarak, which infuses Hibiki 17-year-old whisky with a lemon twist in an absinthe-rinsed signature black Martini glass.
The team of bartenders at the luxury, waterfront four-star hotel at King’s Dock, adjoining the Exhibition Centre Liverpool, are also a dab hand at creating ‘The Classics’ for any connoisseur.
But those wanting something more adventurous can choose from The Hot Cherry- a spicy combination of El Jimador tequila, lime and cherry syrup served in a chilli-rimmed glass – a Negringo – tequila, sweet vermouth and Aperol – or a Back to your Roots Mojito – Kraken spiced rum, mint, elderflower, apple and sugar.
The stunning selection of cocktails will be served at the bar in Pullman Liverpool which has a new food menu, a selection of sandwiches and lighter bites.
At Dukes Bar, the sweet and savoury afternoon teas are proving to be a popular choice for diners visiting the hotel or guests and can be ordered from the new menu.
Jamie Morris, Food and Beverage Operations Manager at Pullman Liverpool, said: “Our new cocktail menu is a selection of classics with a modern and sometimes unexpected twist.
“We have sourced liqueurs and spirits from all over the world and they have exquisite tastes that will put Pullman Liverpool’s cocktail menu above the rest.
“We are particularly proud of The Blackarak, which uses a Japanese whisky aged 17 years, but are thrilled to be bringing our selection to our guests and visitors to Pullman Liverpool and Dukes restaurant.”
To celebrate the launch of the new menu, a special offer worth toasting to has been added to the menu for three of its signature cocktails for just £20 (excluding The Blackarak).
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