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Disrepute, London

4 Kingly Court, Carnaby, London W1B 5PW, UK
Disrepute Review
5 Star Rating
28 January 2017Disrepute
Tags: London, UK, Cocktail Bar reviewsThe Bill: £42 per head

Located in Soho, you’ll find Disrepute just a stone’s throw away from Carnaby Street. This bunker style basement bar was once home to the renowned Pinstripe Club, and today remains true to its 60’s hedonistic routes. It’s quite the hotspot, and attracts guests who are looking for cocktails served up with a slice of history.

Upon arrival to Disrepute we were immediately impressed with the decor. Classic in style, yet laid back and relaxed, this bar calls for escapism in the heart of London. We were shown to our table and presented with two different menus – one with a list of initials which were abbreviations of the cocktail names and their ingredients, with the second menu elaborating on the cocktail names and issuing a paragraph of text that sets the scene of each drink.

To begin, I opted for the J.A. - Jazz Apples, which contained Beefeater Gin and fortified English apple. This cocktail was an absolute delight. The sweetness and sharpness of the apples was complimented by the aromatic gin in a very satisfying way. My partner opted for the T.D - Tall & Dark, which combined house peach cognac with Merlet peach liqueur, Regan’s orange bitters, lemon and soda - served tall, this is a very bold, fruity cocktail.

“These cocktails have been expertly crafted, and deserve time to be taken over them.”

Our second choices consisted of the Q.C. - the Queen’s Cup, which was a powerful mix of Marylebone gin, Riesling, Lillet Blanc, fino sherry and elderflower. My partner went for The PGJR which is a sweet, yet bitter mix of Plantation rum, Teapot Bitters, crème de cassis, Campari, ginger ale and Smith & Cross rum float.

Finally, I opted for the Spanish Influence, which saw a stunning blend of Ocho tequila, Spanish bitters, honey syrup and tonic water. This cocktail was dry and spicy with a sweet finish. And my partner opted for the Colonial Cup, which is a combination of Wild Turkey bourbon, Amaro di Angostura, spices and soda.

We were very impressed by the level of skill demonstrated with each one of the cocktails we sampled, and Disrepute is a bar that we would happily return to and drink away a few hours. These cocktails have been expertly crafted, and deserve time to be taken over them. We’re looking forward to sampling the rest of the menu.

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