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When you explain the concept at BYOC (Bring Your Own Cocktail) – a new bespoke boozer in Soho – most people’s response is thus: ‘So you get a two-hour slot? Pay £25 a person? They supply everything except the booze, which YOU bring? How does that even work?’ Well, here’s how. You book online, turn up on time and pay a man who directs you up to a dimly lit, slightly sloping room which houses a number of rather cramped wooden tables and benches. An eclectic ’20s-style jazz soundtrack adds atmosphere. A mixologist introduces himself and asks what kind of cocktails you like while studying your booze choices. My glittery spiced rum (Phoenix Tears) didn’t even raise an eyebrow, as I professed a taste for sazeracs. My companion waved her half bottle of vodka and told him she likes it fruity, but not too strong. He then took our bottles, returning a short while later with some unique creations. Both ‘openers’ were exquisite – and the standard didn’t drop for our whole session. Before each glass was emptied our man would return to divulge his plans for the next drink. We emptied both bottles, by way of seven cocktails each. And that, my friend, is how it works. Anywhere else in town, for the quantity and quality of these drinks, you’d easily pay £80 a head. Here, you can do it for half that. Get it? Got it. Go.
Venue says: “Bring a bottle of your favourite alcohol for our bartenders to mix for you and your guests for an evening of flavour, frivolity and fedoras!”