Please note: Orders for our core and limited release spirits range plus merch will be dispatched from 2 - 5 business days and Tailored Spirits from 10 - 12 business days from 7 January 2020. Gift Certificates can be purchased with your digital Gift Certificate emailed to you directly. Bookings for Spirits Experiences are still available to purchase, no physical tickets are required.
Rye Malt Whisky will go on sale at 12:00pm today online and at the Archie Rose Bar. We are expecting a high volume of website traffic at this time, so please be patient while you are progressing in the sales queue. Thanks for your support.
Please note: All spirit and merch orders for pre-Christmas delivery have now closed. Gift Certificates and tickets for our Spirits Experiences can be purchased right up until Christmas Day with your digital Gift Certificate emailed to you directly and gift flyers for Spirits Experiences including a digital hyperlink enclosed in your invoice. Visit the Archie Rose Bar and our Cellar Door Pop-ups for last-minute spirits and merch purchases right up until Christmas Eve.
Archie Rose Bar Christmas Opening Hours: 24 December - open (normal hours), 25 December - 26 December - closed, 27 - 29 December - open (normal hours), 30 December - closed (private function), 31 December - 12 noon - 10pm, 1 January 2020 - closed.
It’s not all signature serves behind the bar at Archie Rose. We’re quite the cocktail connoisseurs when you give us the chance. For our end of year wrap-up, we dived deep into stats to find the seven cocktails you couldn’t live without…
We've collated some of our favourite cocktails to imbibe in the newly assertive sunshine. These drinks all have one thing in common: they're effervescent in one way, shape or form. These feisty little numbers are right up spring's alley.
Drinking at home is not a guilty activity. Fixing yourself a cocktail, when you do it well, is all about giving yourself the same love and care as you would a dear guest. Many people often save the good gin at home for when a friend comes over, but that’s a waste of life. Dearest reader, you are utterly worth it. Treat yourself.
This prohibition drink was created to cover the taste of poorly made bathtub gin. But to be honest, when something tastes this good, who cares why it came to be. It’s the thinking drinker’s Mojito. Drink it while the drink still has life in it.
This drink literally springs out of the glass abundant with fresh peas and Chartreuse. If you sit and count the botanicals in the drink brought to you by the Signature Dry Gin and Green Chartreuse combo you reach around the 150 mark. Herbaceous doesn't cover it.
The Clover Club is a really old drink that went out of fashion possibly because raspberries weren’t considered “manly” - a very silly reason not to enjoy it. The combination of gin, raspberries, lemon and frothy egg white make this a total crowd pleaser.