As a pop-up, the Candlelight Club features a limited range of cocktails each time, but the menu is constantly shifting. In addition to our two signature cocktails, here are the temporary drinks from our most recent events.



Candlelight Club Manhattan


As venerable as the Martini, the Manhattan has many origin stories but certainly existed by the 1880s. Our version blends red and white vermouths, a dash of sweet maraschino and subtle smokiness (bottle aged)


Salted Caramel Old Fashioned

Bourbon, chocolate bitters, caramel syrup, pinch of sea salt

An Old Fashioned—whiskey, sugar, bitters—is a drink from the dawn of cocktails.
Ours deepens the flavour with chocolate, caramel and a whisper of salt (bottle aged)

drinks from our party on 16th & 17th november 2018

Smokey Espresso Martini

Smoked vodka, espresso coffee, cinnamon, sugar

Cranberry and Sage Collins

Sage-infused gin, cranberry juice, sugar, soda

Spiced Pumpkin Negroni Sbagliato

Gin, spiced pumpkin, Marini Rosso, Aperol, Prosecco

drinks from our HALLOWEEN BALL on 27th October 2018

Toffee Apple Daiquiri

Rum, Calvados, caramel syrup, cloudy apple juice

Beware the Bogey Man

Tequila, mango juice, lime juice, blue curacao

Spiced Pumpkin Negroni Sbagliato

Gin, spiced pumpkin, Marini Rosso, Aperol, Prosecco

drinks from our 8th birthday party on 5th & 6th October 2018

8 Years Young

David Nicholson 1843 bourbon, vanilla, homemade toasted coconut and turmeric bitters, Prosecco

Bootlegger’s Birthday Punch

Lashings of rum, exotic liqueurs, hibiscus, sweet pineapple

Don’t Blow Them All Out

Gin, strawberries, soda, frosting and a cherry on top


drinks from our first party of the season on 15th September 2018

Elderflower Daiquiri

Rum, lime juice, elderflower cordial

The Daiquiri is a Cuban staple, created around 1900—ours adds elderflower for a distinctly English touch

Cinnamon and Pear Collins

Gin, pear, lemon, cinnamon, soda

Long, fruity and refreshing, with an autumn mood


Peach Melba Bellini

Prosecco, Chambord, peach, vanilla

The Bellini is a classic invented in the 1930s at Harry’s Bar, Venice, but our version adds raspberry and vanilla

drinks from our Summer ball on 30th June 2018

Match Point

Vodka, vanilla syrup, strawberry purée, cream, black pepper, dill

Strawberries and cream and vodka—perfect for catching the Centre Court action

Frozen Pimm’s

Pimm’s, cucumber syrup, lemon, strawberry liqueur, soda, served slushy

Dating back to 1823, James Pimm’s alcoholic fruit-infusion is here made into a turbo-charged frozen slushy 

British Summer Punch

Gin, blackberry liqueur, sparkling wine, mint

Boozy, fruity fizz—the essence of summer (well, summer at the Candlelight Club)

drinks from our A Night in Havana party on 1st & 2nd June 2018:

Mojito Royale

Rum, lime juice, sugar, mint, Prosecco

The Mojito is an ancient Cuban drink that was being made from artisanal sugar-based alcohol and local yerba buena mint before rum was even invented. Long, cool and refreshing, it is probably the island’s national drink. Our version is a luxurious twist, replacing the traditional soda water with sparkling Prosecco

Hemingway Daiquiri

Rum, lime juice, maraschino, grapefruit juice

A special version of the mighty Daiquiri cocktail invented for Ernest Hemingway at Havana's famous Bar Florida. Originally it essentially had more rum and less sugar than normal, but the version that evolved adds the cherry liqueur maraschino and grapefruit juice to the basic Daiquiri trinity of rum, lime and sugar

Cuba Libre

Rum, lime juice, Coca Cola

Invented in Havana around 1900 (when cola first came to the island), possibly by American troops.
Its name was the battle cry of the Cuba Liberation Army in its struggle for independence from Spain
(although that conflict had actually ended in 1898)


drinks from our Sakura in Old Tokyo party on 6th & 7th April 2018:

Sakura Fizz

Sake, Luxardo Sangue Morlacco, Thomas Henry cherry blossom tonic, Lemongrass 

A celebration of the cherry blossom festival. Sangue Morlacco is an Italian cherry liqueur that was given its name ("blood of the Morlaccos", warriors who defended Venice against the Turks) by the poet Gabriele D'Annunzio in 1919 because of its deep red colour


Hanami Royale

Gin, lychee, rose syrup, lime juice garnished with edible flowers

A floral drink named after hanami, the Japanese tradition of appreciating the short-lived cherry blossom, sometimes at organised parties


Under the Ume Tree

Brandy, plum wine, Luxardo Maraschino, vanilla, prosecco, garnished with cherry blossom

The ume is a type of Japanese plum which is made into wine. The tree's blossom is also enjoyed at this time of year



S.S. Candlelight

Dark rum, Candlelight cherry brandy, lime juice, smoked sugar rim

Every liner has its signature cocktail and this is ours, made using our own house-made cherry brandy


Orient Express

Lemongrass and ginger infused vodka, jasmine tea, lycee juice, lime

Named after the most romantic of train routes, whisking you east in luxury through Paris, Venice and Istanbul


Aviation Royale

Prosecco, gin, maraschino, crème de violette, lemon juice

The sky-blue Aviation cocktail dates from 1916 and the rise of flying as a hobby and a mode of transport


Drinks from our Valentine's Ball on 10th February 2018:


I Found My Love in Deepest Mexico

Tequila, rose syrup, pink grapefruit, hibiscus salt rim

A Valentine's version of the traditional tequila accompaniments of sweet, sour and salt



Vanilla and thyme infused vodka, strawberry purée, lemon, soda

Another pink-tinted tincture but with an unexpected aromatic thyme element blending with lemon, vanilla and strawberry


The Girl in the Sequin Dress

Poire William, Prosecco, edible glitter rim

A version on the Champagne cocktail with a flavour of pears


Drinks from our Russian Roulette event on 19th and 20th January 2018

Offered with the help of Stolichnaya premium Russian vodka:

Beetroot Babushka

Stolichnaya vodka, beetroot juice, vanilla, lemon juice

Sweet and earthy, like Mother Russia


Candlelight Mule

Stolichnaya vodka, ginger beer, lime juice, bitters

A twist on the classic vodka cocktail the Moscow Mule—which was actually invented in 1940s America
when two salesmen got talking, one of them trying to sell vodka and the other trying to sell ginger beer. We serve the drink in the traditional copper mug. Why a copper mug? The story goes that one of the salesmen's sister had inherited a copper goods business and had a stack of mugs she couldn't get rid of… Even though the whole thing was the result of expediency, the Moscow Mule is today on of the most popular drinks in the US


Tolstoy Tipple

Prosecco, citrus-infused Stolichnaya vodka, cucumber syrup

An ice-cold shot of infused vodka, served with celebratory fizz and refreshing cucumber

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A Tolstoy Tipple

In a Pickle

Ice-cold Stolichnaya infused with cucumber and black pepper

Served with dill pickle