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Fluid Movement

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Fluid Movement, London, UK.

History

The Whistling Shop on Worship Street in London, UK is an unusual and unique Victorian style Gin Palace (bar). The bar’s signature drink is the Black Cat’s Martini, using 10 parts Cream Gin and 1 part dry Vermouth garnished with a radish. This bar, and several others, is the combined work of mixologists Thomas Aske, Bryan Pietersen, Tristan Stephenson and Matt Whiley. This collaboration is collectively known as Fluid Movement.

In Victorian times, at the height of the Gin craze, Gin Palaces were found throughout the city. Gin was held and served from barrels at these places; the spirit was often rough and ready and there were several approaches to soften and smooth the alcohol. One was to sweeten it and today many are familiar with this category of Gin: Old Tom. The other method, almost unknown of today, was to add sugar and cream (although this methodology is debated) and gave rise to the term Cream Gin.

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Worship Street Whistling Shop Cream



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