Personalise Your Valentine's Day

Create your own cocktail box and write your own personalised card.

Order with overnight shipping by 3pm, Thursday 13th Feb for Valentine's Day delivery.

Personalise Your Valentine's Day

Create your own cocktail box and write your own personalised card.

Order with overnight shipping by 3pm, Thursday 13th Feb for Valentine's Day delivery.

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Personalise Your Valentine's Day

Create your own cocktail box and write your own personalised card.

Order with overnight shipping by 3pm, Thursday 13th Feb for Valentine's Day delivery.

  • OLD FASHIONED COCKTAIL

    Bulleit Bourbon with a hint of aromatic bitters and orange.

    BULLEIT Bourbon|Toschi Liquid Sugar |Old Time Aromatic Bitters|Old Aromatic Orange Bitters|100 ML|29.5% VOL.|
    NIO COCKTAILS Old Fashioned glass

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    OLD FASHIONED COCKTAIL

    BULLEIT Bourbon|Toschi Liquid Sugar |Old Time Aromatic Bitters|Old Aromatic Orange Bitters|

    Bulleit Bourbon with a hint of aromatic bitters and orange.

    OLD FASHIONED COCKTAIL

    Bulleit Bourbon with a hint of aromatic bitters and orange.

    BULLEIT Bourbon|Toschi Liquid Sugar |Old Time Aromatic Bitters|Old Aromatic Orange Bitters|100 ML|29.5% VOL.|
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    The origins of this cocktail go so far back that it's tough to trust anyone who says they created it. The original name was Whiskey Cocktail, as it reflected the characteristics of the classic cocktail formula laid down in 1806: spirit, sugar, water and bitters. The proliferation of new liqueurs available to bartenders from the 1870s resulted in a fad for new and allegedly 'improved' Whiskey Cocktails, which then led to a revolt amongst those who yearned for the original drink. Hence the Old Fashioned Whiskey Cocktail.

  • PURPLE BREEZE COCKTAIL

    The unmistakable floral notes of violets blend with the sharp notes of gin

    Tanqueray Gin|Bols Amour Liqueur|Lemon Juice|Organic citric acid|100 ML|20.2% VOL.|
    NIO COCKTAILS Purple Breeze glass

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    PURPLE BREEZE COCKTAIL

    Tanqueray Gin|Bols Amour Liqueur|Lemon Juice|Organic citric acid|

    The unmistakable floral notes of violets blend with the sharp notes of gin

    PURPLE BREEZE COCKTAIL

    The unmistakable floral notes of violets blend with the sharp notes of gin

    Tanqueray Gin|Bols Amour Liqueur|Lemon Juice|Organic citric acid|100 ML|20.2% VOL.|
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    It's winter. An Alpine chalet and an open fire. NIO Cocktails' Head Mixologist Patrick Pistolesi is in the mood for a gin-based drink before dinner - something a little different, something unexpected. Inspired by the après-ski mood, Patrick creates this perfectly perfumed signature cocktail for the curious gin lover. The floral notes of violet in the Purple Breeze are as home on a snow-covered slope as a sun-soaked beach.

  • MANHATTAN COCKTAIL

    The warmth of Bulleit Bourbon and the sweetness of Cocchi Vermouth create the perfect sip.

    Bulleit Bourbon |Cocchi Vermouth|Old Aromatic Bitters|100 ML|24.2% VOL.|
    NIO COCKTAILS Manhattan glass

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    MANHATTAN COCKTAIL

    Bulleit Bourbon |Cocchi Vermouth|Old Aromatic Bitters|

    The warmth of Bulleit Bourbon and the sweetness of Cocchi Vermouth create the perfect sip.

    MANHATTAN COCKTAIL

    The warmth of Bulleit Bourbon and the sweetness of Cocchi Vermouth create the perfect sip.

    Bulleit Bourbon |Cocchi Vermouth|Old Aromatic Bitters|100 ML|24.2% VOL.|
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    The Manhattan has outlasted prohibition, it's survived countless trends, and is widely (and rightly) regarded as one of the greatest ever cocktails. If you believe the legend, it was first mixed in 1870 at a reception held by Jennie Jerome, soon-to-be mother of Winston Churchill. The venue? The Manhattan Club - where else. Or so the story goes. You can find it on cocktail menus around the world, and now, in your very own cocktail bar, too.

  • COSMOPOLITAN COCKTAIL

    A modern classic with Premium Vodka, sweet-spicy Orange from Cointreau, Cranberry and L...

    Ketel One Vodka (Made in Netherlands)| Cointreau|Toschi Cranberry Syrup|Organic Citric Acid|100 ML|22% VOL.|
    NIO COCKTAILS Cosmopolitan glass

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    COSMOPOLITAN COCKTAIL

    Ketel One Vodka (Made in Netherlands)| Cointreau|Toschi Cranberry Syrup|Organic Citric Acid|

    A modern classic with Premium Vodka, sweet-spicy Orange from Cointreau, Cranberry and L...

    COSMOPOLITAN COCKTAIL

    A modern classic with Premium Vodka, sweet-spicy Orange from Cointreau, Cranberry and L...

    Ketel One Vodka (Made in Netherlands)| Cointreau|Toschi Cranberry Syrup|Organic Citric Acid|100 ML|22% VOL.|
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    Iconically pink, the Cosmopolitan was born at the hands of Cheryl Cook, bartender and owner of The Strand in Miami. Her words describe the birth of the drink better than anyone else: "It was about 1985; the Martini was making a comeback, with its classic glass. The women didn't seem to like cocktails very much but wanted to be seen with the martini glass in hand. This gave me the idea of ​​creating a cocktail that would appeal to everyone, and fit in this classic glass. So, I took the ingredients: Absolut Citron, a dose of triple sec, a drop of Rose's Lime and enough cranberry to make it deliciously pink."
    In a short time the cocktail was mentioned by the famous Cosmopolitan magazine, from which Cook took inspiration for the name.

  • TOMMY'S COCKTAIL

    A refreshing Margarita that makes Exotico Blanco Tequila shine with a touch of agave sy...

    Exotico Blanco Tequila|Organic Agave Syrup|Organic Citric Acid|100 ML|20% VOL.|
    NIO COCKTAILS Tommy's glass

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    TOMMY'S COCKTAIL

    Exotico Blanco Tequila|Organic Agave Syrup|Organic Citric Acid|

    A refreshing Margarita that makes Exotico Blanco Tequila shine with a touch of agave sy...

    TOMMY'S COCKTAIL

    A refreshing Margarita that makes Exotico Blanco Tequila shine with a touch of agave sy...

    Exotico Blanco Tequila|Organic Agave Syrup|Organic Citric Acid|100 ML|20% VOL.|
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    We all know the classic Margarita, so who is Tommy? And what makes his drink so different? Well, it was actually created by Julio Bermejo. He named it after his family's Mexican bar and restaurant in San Francisco - the self-proclaimed "Best Tequila Bar on Earth", which is now a destination for many of the world's premier bartenders. Tommy's adds a Mexican twist by replacing the triple sec in a classic Margarita with agave syrup. It's still served at Tommy's Mexican Restaurant, and now, at your place.

  • GARDEN OF THE TZAR COCKTAIL

    An unusual, fresh and fragrant version of Sour Vodka with a touch of elderflower.

    Ketel One Vodka (Made in Netherlands)|Organic citric acid|Elderflower Liquor Bols|Toschi liquid sugar|100 ML|18.9% VOL.|
    NIO COCKTAILS Garden of Zar glass

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    GARDEN OF THE TZAR COCKTAIL

    Ketel One Vodka (Made in Netherlands)|Organic citric acid|Elderflower Liquor Bols|Toschi liquid sugar|

    An unusual, fresh and fragrant version of Sour Vodka with a touch of elderflower.

    GARDEN OF THE TZAR COCKTAIL

    An unusual, fresh and fragrant version of Sour Vodka with a touch of elderflower.

    Ketel One Vodka (Made in Netherlands)|Organic citric acid|Elderflower Liquor Bols|Toschi liquid sugar|100 ML|18.9% VOL.|
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    Mother Russia. You might think of barren tundra, chilling Siberian winters, and endless rolling plains. Well, think again. On a recent visit to St Petersburg, NIO Cocktails' Head Mixologist Patrick Pistolesi took a stroll around the stunning Summer Gardens. The early spring bloom is as unexpected as it is intense - it's colorful, perfumed, and unforgettable. Inspired, he set out to recreate the experience. The result is this sophisticated signature cocktail: a flowering garden in a glass.

  • WHISKEY SOUR COCKTAIL

    Rich Bourbon meets the tang of lemon, with a touch of sweetness, for the perfect sip.

    Bulleit Bourbon|Lemon juice|Toschi liquid sugar|100 ML|23% VOL.|
    NIO COCKTAILS Whiskey Sour glass

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    WHISKEY SOUR COCKTAIL

    Bulleit Bourbon|Lemon juice|Toschi liquid sugar|

    Rich Bourbon meets the tang of lemon, with a touch of sweetness, for the perfect sip.

    WHISKEY SOUR COCKTAIL

    Rich Bourbon meets the tang of lemon, with a touch of sweetness, for the perfect sip.

    Bulleit Bourbon|Lemon juice|Toschi liquid sugar|100 ML|23% VOL.|
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    The true origins of the Whiskey Sour are shrouded in mystery, like any great story. While the sour drink first emerged when the Royal Navy sailors mixed citrus with their beer or rum, to keep the scurvy away, credit for the birth of the Whiskey Sour is often given to the intrepid Englishman Elliott Stubb. Stubb's adventures led him to a Peruvian port town in the 1870's, where he opened a bar and experimented with whatever he could find. He eventually tried mixing the local limon di pica with whiskey and sugar. The result? A classic that balances sweet warmth and tart citrus.

  • VODKA SOUR COCKTAIL

    A refreshing mixture of Premium Vodka and lemon, with a touch of sweetness.

    Ketel One Vodka (Made in Netherlands)|Bio Citric Acid|Toschi Liquid Sugar|
    NIO COCKTAILS Vodka Sour glass

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    VODKA SOUR COCKTAIL

    Ketel One Vodka (Made in Netherlands)|

    A refreshing mixture of Premium Vodka and lemon, with a touch of sweetness.

    VODKA SOUR COCKTAIL

    A refreshing mixture of Premium Vodka and lemon, with a touch of sweetness.

    Ketel One Vodka (Made in Netherlands)|Bio Citric Acid|Toschi Liquid Sugar|
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    The sour was first served on the high seas - but forget the cocktail lounge of a luxurious ocean liner. Think sailors in the Royal Navy. On those arduous sea journeys, water supplies could be unreliable to say the least, and often undrinkable. These hardy sailors added spirits and lemons to the water to improve the taste - which is why in the US, the British are known as "Limeys" to this day. They topped the drink with sugar and water and the sour was born. This refreshing cocktail is still loved today.

  • DAIQUIRI COCKTAIL

    The classic, refreshing combination of Rum Pampero Blanco and Lime.

    Rum Pamplero Blanco|Organic citric acid|Toschi liquid sugar|Natural color|100 ML|19.1% VOL.|
    NIO COCKTAILS Daiquiri glass

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    DAIQUIRI COCKTAIL

    Rum Pamplero Blanco|Organic citric acid|Toschi liquid sugar|Natural color|

    The classic, refreshing combination of Rum Pampero Blanco and Lime.

    DAIQUIRI COCKTAIL

    The classic, refreshing combination of Rum Pampero Blanco and Lime.

    Rum Pamplero Blanco|Organic citric acid|Toschi liquid sugar|Natural color|100 ML|19.1% VOL.|
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    The original cocktail was created at the end of 19th century, during the Spanish American war. They say that after the shipwreck of the battleship Main, one of the Marines reached a little village near Santiago de Cuba, called Daiquiri. There, he entered a small shack used as a bar, to quench his thirst.

    Because he refused to drink plain rum, they added lime juice and he completed the mix with a little bit of sugar. So, Daiquiri was born. The cocktail was, together with Mojito, one of the favorites of the famous writer Ernest Hemingway, who said “My Mojito a La Bodeguita, My Daiquiri a La Floridita”

  • NEGRONI COCKTAIL

    A dry, sweet-sour balance of Cocchi Vermouth, Tanqueray Gin, and Campari.

    Bitter Campari |Cocchi Storico Vermouth di Torino|Tanqueray Gin|Old Aromatic Bitters|100 ML|22% VOL.|
    Negroni Glass

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    NEGRONI COCKTAIL

    Bitter Campari |Cocchi Storico Vermouth di Torino|Tanqueray Gin|Old Aromatic Bitters|

    A dry, sweet-sour balance of Cocchi Vermouth, Tanqueray Gin, and Campari.

    NEGRONI COCKTAIL

    A dry, sweet-sour balance of Cocchi Vermouth, Tanqueray Gin, and Campari.

    Bitter Campari |Cocchi Storico Vermouth di Torino|Tanqueray Gin|Old Aromatic Bitters|100 ML|22% VOL.|
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    In 1919, Count Camillo Negroni would frequent the aristocratic Caffè Casoni in Florence, Italy. One day he wanted something a little bit stronger than his usual Americano. So he asked the barman Fosco Scarselli to add a little bit of Gin to his drink, rather than soda, in memory of his recent trips to London.

    This new cocktail became “The Usual” for the Count, but soon it became the “American Aperitif Count Negroni-style" for everyone else. In the 1950's the cocktail became very popular in Italy and, soon, all over the world. Ian Fleming mentioned the Negroni Cocktail in one of the 'James Bond' movies.

  • BOULEVARDIER COCKTAIL

    Bulleit Bourbon adds a new warmth and complexity to this elegant, bittersweet-sour cock...

    Bulleit Bourbon| Cocchi Vermouth|Bitter Campari|Angostura|100 ML|22.5% VOL.|
    NIO COCKTAILS Boulevardier glass

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    BOULEVARDIER COCKTAIL

    Bulleit Bourbon| Cocchi Vermouth|Bitter Campari|Angostura|

    Bulleit Bourbon adds a new warmth and complexity to this elegant, bittersweet-sour cock...

    BOULEVARDIER COCKTAIL

    Bulleit Bourbon adds a new warmth and complexity to this elegant, bittersweet-sour cock...

    Bulleit Bourbon| Cocchi Vermouth|Bitter Campari|Angostura|100 ML|22.5% VOL.|
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    This story begins in Paris, at Harry’s Bar, where the famous barman Harry McElhone invented this special cocktail for Erksine Gwynne. Gwynne was well known because he was the grandson of the magnate Alfred Vanderbilt. Thanks to Gwynne, the Boulevardier became famous when he published the recipe in his “Barflies and Cocktails”, circa 1927, and he went on to create a monthly magazine called "Boulevardier”.

  • GIN SOUR COCKTAIL

    A perfect balance of dry Tanqueray Gin, sour lemon, and a touch of sweetness

    Tanqueray Gin|Organic citric acid|Toschi liquid sugar|100 ML|22% VOL.|
    NIO COCKTAILS Gin Sour glass

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    GIN SOUR COCKTAIL

    Tanqueray Gin|Organic citric acid|Toschi liquid sugar|

    A perfect balance of dry Tanqueray Gin, sour lemon, and a touch of sweetness

    GIN SOUR COCKTAIL

    A perfect balance of dry Tanqueray Gin, sour lemon, and a touch of sweetness

    Tanqueray Gin|Organic citric acid|Toschi liquid sugar|100 ML|22% VOL.|
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    The Gin Sour is one of the oldest cocktails around and has become the blueprint for myriad modern cocktails. You could say it's where the art of mixing began - although nobody quite knows where, when, or how. We do know that revered mixologist Jerry Thomas was the first to write it down. Before that, Royal Navy sailors famously mixed sour drinks on board, adding citrus to their spirits and then sweetening the blend slightly. If they didn't invent the cocktail, they certainly popularized it when they came ashore. Now discover if the Gin Sour rocks your boat.

  • MARGARITA COCKTAIL

    Tart, tangy, with a pinch of salt inspired by the Mexican classic cocktail.

    Tequila Exotico Blanco|Cointreau|Giffard Lime Syrup|Organic Citric Acid|100 ML|27.2% VOL.|
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    Tequila Exotico Blanco|Cointreau|Giffard Lime Syrup|Organic Citric Acid|

    Tart, tangy, with a pinch of salt inspired by the Mexican classic cocktail.

    MARGARITA COCKTAIL

    Tart, tangy, with a pinch of salt inspired by the Mexican classic cocktail.

    Tequila Exotico Blanco|Cointreau|Giffard Lime Syrup|Organic Citric Acid|100 ML|27.2% VOL.|
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    Tart and tangy, our classic Margarita is bound to impress any fan of this iconic summer cocktail. The infamous Margarita was created in honor of showgirl Rita de la Rosa in 1938 and has been a staple of home bars around the world ever since. Hand crafted with premium, 100% Blue Agave Tequila Exotico, the NIO Cocktails Margarita strikes the perfect balance between sweet agave, crisp lime flavors and a hint of salt to create a light and refreshing cocktail.

  • MILANO TORINO COCKTAIL

    A classic Italian sweet-and-sour cocktail with Cocchi Vermouth and Bitter Campari.

    Cocchi Storico Vermouth di Torino |Bitter Campari |Old Time Bitters|100 ML|17% VOL.|
    NIO COCKTAILS Negroni glass

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    MILANO TORINO COCKTAIL

    Cocchi Storico Vermouth di Torino |Bitter Campari |Old Time Bitters|

    A classic Italian sweet-and-sour cocktail with Cocchi Vermouth and Bitter Campari.

    MILANO TORINO COCKTAIL

    A classic Italian sweet-and-sour cocktail with Cocchi Vermouth and Bitter Campari.

    Cocchi Storico Vermouth di Torino |Bitter Campari |Old Time Bitters|100 ML|17% VOL.|
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    It's simple: Milan is the birthplace of Campari. Turin is the home of sweet vermouth. Mix the two together in a glass. garnish with orange peel, and you have the perfect classic. Legend has it that Gaspare Campari first served the Milano Torino at his Milan cafe in 1860. The Mi-To proved so popular it became the template for the next generation of bittersweet cocktails, like the Americano (with a splash of soda) and the Negroni (with an equal measure of gin). Ours includes Cocchi vermouth, from a family recipe that's over 100 years old.

  • ESPRESSO MARTINI COCKTAIL

    Ketel One Vodka (made in Netherlands) and Fair Cafe Liqueur, make for a rich, elegant c...

    Ketel One Vodka (made in Netherlands)|Fair Cafe Liqueur|100 ML|25.7% VOL.|
    ESPRESSO MARTINI COCKTAIL

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    ESPRESSO MARTINI COCKTAIL

    Ketel One Vodka (made in Netherlands)|Fair Cafe Liqueur|

    Ketel One Vodka (made in Netherlands) and Fair Cafe Liqueur, make for a rich, elegant c...

    ESPRESSO MARTINI COCKTAIL

    Ketel One Vodka (made in Netherlands) and Fair Cafe Liqueur, make for a rich, elegant c...

    Ketel One Vodka (made in Netherlands)|Fair Cafe Liqueur|100 ML|25.7% VOL.|
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    A cocktail known by many names throughout its history, the origins of the Espresso Martini will remain the stuff of myth and legend for years to come. The story goes that one day a young supermodel sidled up to Dick Bradsell’s bar at the Soho Brasserie and requested a pick-me-up cocktail with coffee…although her exact words were a little different! Mixing the now infamous drink with vodka, coffee liqueur, a shot of espresso and a little sugar, the Espresso Martini was thus born. The cocktail’s name may have changed through Dick’s bartending history (the 'Pharmaceutical Stimulant' is our personal favorite), but the iconic combination of vodka and coffee has remained the same since its inception.