Stoke Place's new signature cocktail has just been launched. Called Howard's Muddle it is made from Brokers 47%, muddled with elderflower, freshly squeezed lime juice, mint leaves, all shaken and strained over crushed ice and served with a dash of Soda.
Named after Field Marshal Sir George Howard, who's family owned the Stoke Place estate for 200 years from 1764 and who extended the building from a central three storey William and Mary House to the grand building it is today. He also employed the everlasting handiwork of Capability Brown. Gin, a favourite of Howard's, forms the basis of the house cocktail. Made from Brokers 47% - a Super Premium London Dry Gin made in the UK but rarely found since 98% is exported, each bottle comes with its own top hat to depict a Stock Broker and the ever wealthy upper class - a quintessentially British idea reinvented for a modern country house.
To be drunk all year, within the grounds of what once was, Howard's house. Only £9.50.Back to Things Going On