The Botanist’s rooftop terrace in Surrey with an amazing cocktail menu

An award-winning bar chain, which runs a venue with a rooftop terrace in Surrey, has unveiled a new cocktail menu perfect for trying out with friends. It launched earlier this month and looks dreamy.

The new menu at The Botanist in Farnham deepens the chain’s botanical theme to take customers on a journey through the life cycle of plants. Divided into three phases, the menu includes unique pairings of flavors from around the world.

‘Roots and Shoots’ cocktails are herbal and aromatic, infused with flavors found in roots and leaves. Refreshing and light, ‘Flowers’ drinks are a delicate balance of bright florals and fragrant florals, while ‘Fruits’ concoctions are vibrant and zesty, savoring the freshest fruits of the season.

Read more: First look and tasting at The Botanist cocktail bar in Farnham

Standout drinks include Passion Fruit & Basil, Rhubarb & Sage Spritz, Quince & Chilli, and Jasmine & Passion Fruit. Many options, including Quince & Cardamom, Strawberry & Elderflower Mojito, and Pineapple & Blood Orange Sour, have been specially crafted with alcohol-free ingredients.

The new menu will also see the addition of ‘Perfect Pairings’ – carefully selected spirits with a unique and unexpected pairing, including macadamia and cava, recycled banana and ginger, and Japanese whiskey and apricot. Kelly Harrison, Head of Bars at The Botanist, said: “Our non-alcoholic offering was designed and created to showcase all the flavors of non-alcoholic liquid.

“Rather than creating great cocktails and then trying to eliminate the alcohol and maintain the flavor profile, which can be a big challenge, we start with a solid recipe for a non-alcoholic drink and then find the perfect alcohol to enhance existing flavors, if the customer wishes.

“Beverages are made alcoholic by adding spirits, rather than the reverse of removing alcohol and risking loss of complexity. This is our largest and most complex offering to date.”

  • Find it: The Botanist, Town Hall Buildings, The Borough, Farnham, GU9 7ND.

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