One of the more unexpected places to drink sazerac in London, Mint Leaf Lounge is providing you with delicious Indian food and an impressive menu of cocktails. Their New Orleans offering stays true to the classic 1850 recipe, proving that sometimes the old ways are the best.
Best Sazerac in London
Originating in 19th century Louisiana and created using cognac or whiskey with a mix of absinthe, sugar and Peychaud's Bitters, this vintage cocktail has a whole lot of history in each sip. However, while the concoction may sound straightforward enough, finding where to drink sazerac in London, now that's the hard part. Lucky for you, we've hunted down all the hidden dens, party spots and luxe spots serving the illusive sip.
The Alchemist have gained nationwide acclaim for their array of bubbling, smoking and colour-changing cocktails - so a normal sazerac was never going to be on the cards. Instead, they're bringing you a heady bourbon, brandy and Cointreau-based chocolate orange smasherac.
A vampire-themed pizzeria with a basement absinthe bar? Meet Lost Boys Boys: a weird and wonderful spot where you can get your sazerac fix. Enjoy Croque Monsieur's signature sip while soaking up the quirky decor with friends.
Purveyors of innovative and theatrical sips, The Gibson an acclaimed bar in London that's a must for cocktail lovers. Alongside a range of impressive concoctions, made using weird and wonderful ingredients, the mixology maestros can be trusted to knock up all the classics.
One of the quirkiest London bars serving sazerac, The Last Tuesday Society is championing all things absinthe. On the menu - besides the New Orleans classic, of course? A fabulously random collection of mixes, in keeping with the peculiar setting.
A 1920s-style speakeasy hidden in a luxe London hotel, The Luggage Room is transporting you back in time, courtesy of its vintage furnishings. Grab a seat at the bar or a Chesterfield booth and soak in the ambience as you sip on your Southern tipple.
The Savoy's fittingly named American Bar is undoubtedly up there for places in London serving sazerac, having perfected the timeless classic. Using 150-year-old brandy and 50-year-old Pernod absinthe, bartenders aim to shake up drinks that are as close to the original as possible.