Another summer means another cool cocktail launch, and that is quite literally the case at Camino Shoreditch. An icy twist on their famous Gin and Tonics, Camino’s Frozen G&Ts are made with Beefeater London Dry Gin, Jack Rudy tonic syrup, and optional house-made botanical syrup. Over at Kings Cross, Frosé (frozen rosé) is making a comeback and will also be available from the bar from 29th May and as a pop-up in the courtyard from 16th July. Meanwhile, there’s a brand new cocktail list across all sites, each of which has a lovely outdoor terrace so you can try to catch that elusive sun.
Refreshing, novel and delicious, it’s no wonder that the craze for ‘Frosé’ frozen rosé) has swept London in recent years. And now there’s a new ‘kid on the block’, thanks to Camino, as their famous trademark G&Ts have been given a super cool icy twist. Available at Camino Shoreditch and priced at £9, the sublime and summery Frozen G&Ts are made with Beefeater London Dry Gin and Jack Rudy tonic syrup. They can be enjoyed plain or with homemade botanical syrup, in rosemary, Seville orange or strawberry and pink peppercorn.
Meanwhile, back by popular demand, Frosé (£9) – a heavenly mix of Belsazar vermouth rosé, El Velero rosé wine, strawberry purée and agave – will be available at the bar at Camino Kings Cross and as a pop up in the courtyard from 16th July. Alternatively, why not soak up some rays on the lovely terrace at Camino Bankside, where the divine creation will be served al fresco? All drinks will be available from 29th May.
Each Camino site (details below) has an outdoor area for drinking and dining so you can bask in the sun to your heart’s delight.
Camino Kings Cross, 3 Varnishers Yard, Regent Quarter N1 9FD
Camino Monument, 15 Mincing Lane EC3R 7BD
Camino Bankside, 5 Canvey Street, SE1 9AN
Camino Shoreditch, 2 Curtain Road, EC2A 3BL
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