The coolest venue in London - Barts

Posted by Paul Handley on Fri 24th February 2012 at 08:00 AM, Filed in Hot Luxury NewsLuxury DrinksLuxury EntertainmentLuxury ExperiencesUnusual Luxury
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Barts is possibly the coolest venue in London and this happening speakeasy style bar just added another reason to love it…. an entire menu of tobacco infused cocktails!

Barts can be described as ‘eccentric’ and ‘quirky’. I think ‘bloody good fun’ is more apt. Phohibition era themed music and décor, as well as a staff dressing up box make this a pretty unique London Spot.

This secret bar in Chelsea can be found by walking through a large 1930s apartment building, where you reach an imposing black door. Behind this door, the fun begins at the coolest venue in London.


All the drinks on the Barts Goes up in Smoke menu are made with Perique Tobacco Liqueur, which is made by artisans from the rarest tobacco in the world: Louisiana Perique.

The liqueur contains the rich aroma of this tobacco, but in a form that greatly diminishes the health concerns associated with its traditional use. The drinks served at Barts will have quirky smoke-themed names such as The Cig’nature Cocktail, In Vogue and Holy Smoke.
The Holy Smoke cocktail is a tangy blend of Perique, Hennessy V.S., Havana Club 7 Y.O. and Vanilla Syrup.

Guests will have never tried a signature drink quite like The Cig’nature Cocktail, which is an enticing mix of Perique, Lindisfarne Mead, Lemon Juice and Perrier Jouet Champagne.

The elegant In Vogue, which combines Perique, Sauza Hornitos Tequila, Raspberry Puree, Gomme Syrup and Crème de Framboise should satisfy any cravings.
The Barts Goes Up In Smoke Menu is one habit you won’t want to break.

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