London Cocktail Week | Moët Hennessy mixes at The Hari
We may be halfway through London Cocktail Week, but The Hari in Belgravia is extending celebrations until the end of October with a range of Halloween-themed drinks. Created in partnership with Moët Hennessy by bar manager James Hunt, choose between The Graveyard and Blood Moon, which have Ardbeg 10yr at their core, or Ruban the Reaper and Trick or Treat, which feature Glenmorangie. Or for something completely different, choose the Jaspar – a cocktail inspired by the work of Born Free with real bite.
The Hari Hotel is getting spooky this October with a host of Halloween-themed potions in partnership with Moet Hennessy. Make the most of the occasion by enjoying a host of naughty but nice cocktails created by Bar Manager James Hunt.
Created with Ardbeg 10yr, Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur, Honey Pepper, Coconut Water, Lemon & Lime Juice.
Ardbeg 10yr, Concentrated Chamomile, Pisco, Lemon Juice, Crushed Blueberry, Honey, Peach Liqueur, Egg White.
Ruban The Reaper
Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban, Sweet Vermouth, White Crème de Cacao, Orange Twist.
Trick or Treat
Glenmorangie The Original, Disaronno, Egg White, Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice, Elderflower Cordial, Angostura Bitters, Flamed Orange Zest.
The Hari’s pastry chef, Riccardo Zanetti, has also created spooky Halloween doughnut balls with a choice of pistachio or liquorice filling for the occasion.
Or for something completely different, choose an Indian-inspired cocktail with real bite, as The Hari presents a delicious new cocktail which helps protect endangered tigers. The Hari is supporting the work of international wildlife charity Born Free, with an exclusive new cocktail creation, inspired by the majestic wild tiger.
The Jasper cocktail blends gin with spiced liqueur, grapefruit, orange, lemongrass and ginger. It is finished with bold tiger stripes, in honour of Jasper, the orphaned tiger cared for by Born Free. Jasper was confiscated from a wildlife trader at less than a month old and it is thought that poachers killed his mother. Jasper’s awful start to life means that he is unable to return to the wild and so Born Free supports his long-term care at a specialist sanctuary, ensuring he gets the food and shelter he needs. Cocktail-lovers enjoying the Jasper will also be helping to keep him safe and protected, as £1 from each cocktail sold will go towards Born Free’s tiger conservation work.
“With fewer than 4,000 wild tigers left in the world, the species in endangered, but you’ll have no trouble tracking down the Jasper despite its clever camouflage! Next time I’m at The Hari, I know what my tipple will be!”
Born Free’s President, Will Travers OBE.