Pornstar Martini

Created in 2006 by Lab bar in London this modern cocktail has taken the UK by storm, you’ll find this on most menus. Stylish with a dirty name, a tasty fruit and a money shot to follow.



Serving  One

50ml Pineapple Juice

40ml Vanilla Vodka

20ml Passoa

15ml Lemon Juice

1/2 Passionfruit

Dash of Gomme


25ml Prosecco

1/2 Passionfruit

Frost a Coupe glass cut open the Passion Fruit and scrape half into shaker add rest of ingredients  except prosecco shake with ice, double strain into coupe, garnish with half of passionfruit. Serve with a shot of Prosecco.


Iron Bar Sling

Originally a sling cocktail was one that consisted of sugars, fresh lime juice and gin. Then in 1915 the earliest documentation of a Singapore Sling in history, this cocktail is a relation to the Singapore.


25ml London Dry Gin

25ml Cherry Brandy

10ml South Comfort

60ml Orange Juice

25ml Pineapple Juice

25ml Lime Juice

7ml Grenadine



Lemon wedge

Shake all ingredients with ice, strain into sling glass over ice, garnish with lemon wedge and cherry. 


An Italian classic which goes down too easy!


25ml Peach Puree

Topped up with chilled procecco


Peach slice

Add the peach puree to bottom of a chilled champagne flute, top with prosecco, gently stir then garnish with peach slice.  

Amaretto Sour

This is a classic cocktail which utilizes a tasty Italian liqueur.


50ml Amaretto

25ml lemon Juice

1/2 Egg white

Angostura Bitters


Lemon wedge


Add the Amaretto and lemon juice to shaker with ice, reverse dry shake, double strain the liquid then add egg white. (the tin will already be cold and the egg white will emulsify better without the ice.)

Shake hard for a good 15 seconds, pour out cocktail into lowball filled with ice, add a few dashes of bitters. 

Finally garnish with cherry and lemon wedge. 

Berry Refreshing

One of my own creations, it’s even on a cocktail menu!

37.5ml Absolut Berri Acai

12.5ml Kwai Feh (lychee liquer)

40ml Cranberry juice

10ml Gomme

3 Lime wedges

4 Mint leaves


Mint Sprig


This is made a little differently.  Squeeze lime wedges drop into shaker, add everything else (including mint leaves) shake then strain into a lowball filled with crushed ice, garnish with mint sprig. 

The colour is very appealing and the drink lives up to its name.


Bloody Mary

Who ever invented this drink had a severe alcohol problem, I like to think that an alcoholic had leftover tomato soup from the night before and combined it with vodka and various spices.


50ml Vodka

250ml Tomato Juice

Dash of Salt

Dash of Black pepper

Few drops of Worcester sauce

Few drops of Tabasco sauce


Celery stick

Add all ingredients to shaker without ice, roll the liquid from shaker to tin a few times, then pour into highball with ice.  Garnish with celery stick.