We got our own beer!
For all those who didn’t manage to get any tickets for The Great Gatsby, there is still plenty going on in the bar areas so make sure you don’t miss it.
Please note a little change on our cocktail menu for the Great Gatsby, these will be available throughout the whole show running from the 20th February until the 23rd March.
1920’s classic cocktails will also be available each night after the show.
New locally brewed beers to be introduced in the Mahogany Bar.
-Crate Golden Ale
-Camden Pale Ale
-Beavertown 8-ball Rye IPA
-Pitfield 1850 London Porter
We are expanding our range and these are the new whiskies you may find in our cocktail bar.
Yamazaki 12 year old:
The nose is of good body with plenty of nut oils and zest, a pleasant floral character with a little tropical fruit and a rooty note. The palate is smooth and soft with good sweetness and winter spice. A lovely citrus note develops with more tropical fruit notes and a little rum. The finish is medium with fruit and zest.
Lagavulin 16 Year old:
A much sought-after single malt with the massive peat-smoke that’s typical of southern Islay - but also offering a dryness that turns it into a truly interesting dram. The 16 year old has become a benchmark Islay dram from the Lagavulin distillery.
Compass Box Oak Cross:
A great blended malt from Compass Box. This was specially crafted by John Glaser, the whisky zealot. It contains highland single malts like Teaninich and secret malts from the villages of Carron and Brora.
Global Beats Festival
Wilton’s 2nd International Music Week
Uplifting music from around the world, celebrating the cultural diversity of London
Curated and hosted by Planetman (Little Blue Ball / Passing Clouds)
This fantastic week of hugely talented musicians from all over the world returns for its second installment to brighten up your January. Every day in the bar a different musician will perform music from a different country. This time hear the sounds of The Gambia, Biafra, Bangladesh, Serbia and Italy. The final set will be a performance from reggae band Planetman and The Internationals, representing the World. The 1st international week was a hugely popular event earlier this year (pictured), curated by Planetman who works very closely with a range of performers. Needless to say we’re very excited to be offering it again!
Class magazine has assembled a list of Christmas cocktails and one of Wilton’s is in there! Take a look here and submit your favourite drink - it might just make it into their next book, the Bartender’s Bible.
The Great McGonogall
Glass: Old Fashioned Glass
Garnish: Crystallised Ginger and a poem by the man himself.
Method: Place all of the ingredients in a mixing glass with ice. Stir and strain over an ice ball in the glass.
- 35ml The King’s Ginger
- 25ml Amer Picon
- 25ml Famous Grouse