London Cocktail Week in pictures

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The London Cocktail Week is just over. The week-long celebration of cocktails and creativity gave me lots of opportunities to meet fun and exciting people and presented numerous opportunities for the observant photographer. Here are some of my best shots from Spitalfields Market, to show you the London Cocktail Week in pictures.


London Cocktail Week in pictures

London Cocktail Week in pictures
The map of the Cocktail Village at Spitalsfield Market.

London Cocktail Week in pictures
House of Peroni presented a new beer, the Peroni Amber.
When your product is “Vodka for dog people”, the most natural thing is to serve it in a dog bowl.
The people from Tanqueray put on a show.



London Cocktail Week in pictures
The G+T Royale. London Dry Gin, Schweppes Tonic, Champagne, vanilla syrup, and orange bitters.


What is London Cocktail Week?

London Cocktail Week is a seven-day festival celebrating London’s cocktail scene. Taking place in October each year, the festival hosts events discounted serves and exclusive offers, everything from master-classes and distillery tours to tastings or paired meals.


My Perfect Martinez in the making. It lived up to its name.







Southern Comfort served cocktails paired with buttermilk fried chicken. Yummy!


The Monkey 47 stand was one of the most popular places to hang out. No wonder since their gin is so exceptionally good.









Detail from the Alchemy stand by Schweppes.


Detail from the Jägermeister stand.
Passionate bartenders in action at the Fairmont Hotel stand.


Fresh ingredients are key for making excellent cocktails.


Monkey business in progress at the Monkey 47 stand.


A quiet moment at the Fairmont Hotel stand.
Schweppes had a lot going on this year.


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The competition in the tonic market is hard, both Schweppes and Fever-Tree tried to be everywhere at the Cocktail Village.







The people at Funkin Cocktails makes some seriously good cocktails. (Picture: Anett Finbråten.)


(All pictures: Bjørn Christian Finbråten, unless otherwise stated. )


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