Midnight Apothecary is the only place for campfire cocktails in the city, and the Autumn / Winter season is here!.
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The Book: Wild Cocktails from the Midnight Apothecary by LOTTIE MUIR is published by CICO and is available from all good bookshops at £16.99 and at Amazon. Signed copies will be available at Midnight Apothecary.
MIDNIGHT APOTHECARY CHRISTMAS SINGALONGA
SATURDAY 17TH DECEMBER 2016
The legendary Midnight Apothecary Christmas SingaLonga Extravaganza. Last Midnight Apothecary of the year. Who wouldn’t love a Christmas campfire with toasted marshmallows and cocktails and a beautiful candle lit Christmas grotto in the museum to sing your heart out with the Nathan Osgood Trio? They will have songsheets of all the faves for you to join in….Elvis, Nat King Cole, The Pogues, Wham…and a carol or two. Tasty hot morsels provided out on the terrace, then back inside for more snuggling, swigging and singing. Put the camp back into campfire Christmas.
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Entry to the museum, complimentary toasted marshmallows, optional guided descent into the underground chamber….and the usual giant flares, hurricane lamps. Ticket sales are helping raise money to develop the Museum.
More about the Midnight Apothecary
Queen of artfully-designed, plant-powered cocktails……some of the most inspired cocktails in London“. Kara Rosen, Founder, Plenish Cleanse.
“Welcome to the hottest pop-up cocktail bar in town.” Pattie Barron, Evening Standard
“Midnight Apothecary….already a London institution.” Victoria Summerley, Editor, Independent on Sunday
“Being in a garden at midnight with campfire and bar has never been so magical.” Richard Reynolds, guerilla gardener, author and founder of guerillagardening.org
The creator of the garden is our favourite Cocktail Gardener, aka Lottie Muir. By day she is the gardener who transformed the garden above Brunel’s famous Thames Tunnel from scrubby wasteland into a magical potager garden teeming with vegetables and flowers. But on special Saturday nights she sheds her gardening gloves and dons her apron to become The Cocktail Gardener, wending her way from flowerbed to bar to rustle up gorgeous cocktails infused and garnished with ingredients from the garden or foraged locally for Midnight Apothecary.
Previous incarnations include woodland martinis, Rhubarbra Streisands, hedgerow sours and the Chelsea Fringe Collins. She only uses premium alcohol, where possible sourced locally, including the fantastic Old Tom gin from Jensen and Hiver Honey beer, both from Bermondsey.
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Press & web articles about Midnight Apothecary
Marie Claire (May 2015)