The Ivy St John’s Wood celebrates fifty years of Abbey Road

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The Ivy St John’s Wood has launched an exclusive cocktail menu, dessert and installation to mark the 50th anniversary of Abbey Road, one of The Beatles’ greatest albums.

Running from now until the end of September, the bar’s new cocktail offering features tipples named after iconic songs from the album.

Here Comes The Sun, for example, presents an aromatic infusion of saffron-infused Olmeca Altos Tequila, earl grey sake, blood orange puree, fresh orange juice and earl grey syrup, while Oh Darling pays homage to the Fab Four’s home town of Liverpool, with a blend of Liverpool Dry Gin, lemon, mint, sugar and Fever-Tree soda.

Completing the line-up is Golden Slumbers, which combines Liverpool Valencia Orange Gin, orange juice, hibiscus syrup and prosecco, presented in a golden flute, and You Never Give Me Your Money, with Beluga Vodka, Pino Mugo pine liqueur and Lillet Blanc.

The restaurant will also be serving a decadent chocolate treat inspired by the classic image of The Beatles crossing Abbey Road. The Abbey Road Brownie dessert combines gluten-free chocolate brownies with cherries and popping candy.

To ensure the local area is celebrating in style, The Ivy St John’s Wood has commissioned an exterior floral installation incorporating the vibrant, bold and showstopping colours The Beatles are known for. An array of bright flowers and vinyl discs pay homage to Abbey Road’s top tracks and the band’s golden years.

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