If you’ve been keeping up with what’s going on in London recently, you’ll almost certainly have heard of the Haig Club House Party.
Taking place inside an elegant Soho townhouse, guests could experience unique rooms with live music and a chance to dance on the tiles. The event might be over, but we’ve done the hard work and hunted down all of the recipes so you can recreate them for your own house party!
Even if whisky isn’t usually your drink of choice, Haig Clubman cocktails allow you to experience whisky in a new way – forget all connotations of stuffy members clubs and pipettes of water.
In the Haig Club Lounge, you could sample a Haig Club, Orange and Tonic. It’s a deliciously light whisky and tonic drink with an orange twist that’s super easy to prepare. Which means it’s one to keep in mind next time you’re out and fancy an elegant cocktail. Find the recipe here.
Next up was a cocktail making masterclass in the Haig Club Dining Room. Seated around the table, a Haig Club brand ambassador talked through the easy way to create your own Haig Club New Old Fashioned. While it’s typically unlike any other Old Fashioned you’ve tried before, the beauty here is that you can make your own rules to flavour it however you like. Create your own one with the recipe here.
The Kitchen was the place to sample a Passionate Haig (recipe here) or a Haig Club Espresso Martini (recipe here). With strong flavours to impress both your sweet and bitter-loving friends, they’re cocktails that are easy yet impressive to replicate next time you’re throwing a house party.
This article was sponsored by Haig Club. 18+ only. Please drink responsibly and leave as you arrived. Produced in association with Sweet & Chilli.
Also published on Medium.