Don’t fancy al fresco libations? Ready-made cocktails delivered to your door

World Cocktail Day is on 13th May 2021. Sadly, it comes a few days before Lockdown restrictions are eased and you can sit inside pub, restaurants and bars.

For those who don’t fancy al fresco libations, here are some companies that have done all the hard work for you and will deliver ready-made cocktails to your door.

Drinks Drop – slim and postable boxes containing a collection of either two or six ready to drink cocktails, or choose from our specially curated boxes, all from your favourite bars.

Available nationwide for next day delivery if ordering before 3pm.  Cocktail pouches are recyclable and there’s even a SAE included to encourage you. So what will it be? Cuban Colada, Don’s Peach Cooler or Grand & Sour.

Peckham cocktail bar Funkidory has launched a new range of bottled cocktails, available for nationwide delivery.

The ready to drink cocktails showcase Funkidory’s unique approach to mixology with serves including Oolong Martini, made with New Zealand Waikato Oolong, and Persian Daquiri with saffron liqueur and rose cordial.

For hand-crafted mini cocktails, head to Catford’s very own Bottle Bar & Shop, run by husband-and-wife team, Natalie and Xhulio.

All of their cocktails are made in small batches which ensures a high quality control, and there are no additives or flavours in the drinks, just delicious classic cocktails made with natural ingredients.

Whether it’s a Cosmopolitan that floats your boat, a fragrant Elderflower Gin or Lychee Martini, these guys have it covered.




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