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Soma fast delivery no doctors And there’ll be six scintillating rounds of these boozy battles, one of which will include The Dead Rabbit’s Pub Thug: Bulleit Rye, Pierre Ferrand 1840 Cognac, Blandy’s 5yr Madeira, cinnamon syrup; versus Big Easy’s Spicy Grandpa: Ron Abuelo 7 yr, Falernum, Angostura Bitters, lime.
http://www.bigleaguekickball.com/category/press/ soma cod It’s going to be quite the knockout too – since opening in Covent Garden back in 2014, the Big Easy has managed to eschew all clichés of the typical American diner with its vibrant live music and hearty, authentic southern barbecue that’s packed full of flavour. But this is a cocktail clash, not a battle of the ribs — so needless to say, the colossal bar that features over 500 whiskies and holds notoriety for super slushy cocktails, has got some muscle in this dual.
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Considering there’s been an interesting tug-of-war between the two cities for some time over the title for “World’s Best Bar” (London currently boasts first and third position with Artesian, first and Nightjar, third), this booze-off is not to be missed.
Moreover, your vote is vital – will you keep it local and show ‘em which city reigns supreme, or concur with the Oscar cocktail community and vote for NYC’s Dead Rabbit?
Mixologists will be demonstrating from Canary Wharf, but the cocktails will be available across all locations
1 Crossrail Place, Canary Wharf, E14