Lanique Liqueur Spirit made from Attar of Rose - Pound for Pound ‘Worth More Than Gold’
The trend for retro cocktails is continuing to thrive, with bartenders shunning molecular mixology in favour of classic creations – such as Negroni or Old Fashioned – that shine a light on the quality of the base spirit.
Step forward Lanique, a rose Liqueur Spirit revived from a historic 200 year old recipe. The botanical beauty, a vivid blushing rosy pink, was first enjoyed by European high society in the 1800s at celebrations and balls.
The first places to stock the relaunched Lanique in the UK were the Michelin Starred Bohemia Bar & Restaurant in Jersey, and Harvey Nichols in Knightsbridge London. It is now widely stocked in the hippest bars and top restaurants around the UK where bartenders are heralding it as the next big drink.
The rose petal liqueur has a unique fragrant flavour similar to Turkish Delight, and is made from completely natural ingredients, sourced from exotic locations. The sophisticated drink can be served in a variety of ways, including Lanique & Tonic, Lanique & Soda, or Lanique & Lemonade. But the most popular way is The Lanique Signature Serve with Lanique & Lime over crushed ice.
Situated in the heart of St. Helier, Jersey's beautiful seaside capital, and walking distance from some of the island’s most breathtaking beaches, Bohemia at The Club Hotel & Spa boasts a truly unrivalled location. The hotel’s Michelin star restaurant Bohemia and Roof Top Champagne Bar provide the perfect settings from which to enjoy Lanique.
Bohemia Bar & Restaurant, Green Street, St. Helier, Jersey JE2 4UH, Channel Islands