Russian carriage rolls up for Beluga at London Cocktail Week

london cocktail week logoA luxury railway carriage will arrive on the cocktail terrace at two-Michelin star restaurant, L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon, for London Cocktail Week.

The space is being created at the Seven Dials restaurant in partnership with super-premium Russian vodka Beluga Noble, which was launched in the UK last year through drinks company Mangrove.

The Beluga Siberian Express will be running throughout London Cocktail Week, from October 7 to 13, offering a specially created cocktail from bar manager Eoin Kenny made with Beluga, at the £4 London Cocktail Week price.

Grigoriy Maslennikov, Beluga special project manager, said: “L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon and Beluga Noble Vodka are a natural brand fit, both offering the consumer a super-premium experience.

“We’re delighted to be partnering with them for this year’s London Cocktail Week, helping to make both the liquid and the venue accessible to everyone for this very special week in the drinks industry calendar.”

Beluga is crafted in a century-old distillery in Mariinsk, Siberia, where it undergoes an additional process of “resting” which helps to smooth the vodka and add flavour notes.


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