Shake things up

Create a stir with clever cocktails by Nick Robinson, Incognito Prosecco & Gin Parlour

 

Cocktail making is a form of theatre and it’s all about captivating your audience. The mixologist takes centre stage, working his magic with the ingredients to the delight of the crowd.

With consumers focusing ever more on luxury and indulgence in the post-Covid era, we spoke to Nick Robinson, owner of Incognito Cocktail Bars and Henley Bridge customer about his experiences.

“When I first decided to launch the Incognito group of cocktail bars, my vision was to create a fully immersive multi sensual cocktail experience where you are entertained with theatre and creativity, the likes that have never been seen before.

Our first venue opened in Winchester and has gone on to win a lot of awards. 

Decades of experience has gone in to creating our cocktails and the aim is that they will transport our customers to another reality - perhaps a journey back to their childhood with nostalgic flavours of rhubarb and custard, or to a far flung tropical beach with enticing aromas of a tropical paradise. “

I believe that mixologists are artists, creating a unique recipe from an infinite number of available ingredients that all come together to form a balanced cocktail that dances in your mouth and make you sit back and go ‘wow’.

Our infinite purpose it to challenge the status quo, and we’re constantly striving to innovate and push ourselves to find new and more creative ways to play with people’s perceptions.

Since our inception, we’ve always worked closely with Henley Bridge, drawing on their knowledge and expertise. Their huge range of molecular ingredients offers so many exciting opportunities, and as we expand and grow, we can’t wait to see how far we can push the boundaries of traditional mixology"


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