TT Liquor - London
Liquor Store, Cellar Bar, Cocktail Making Classes, Tasting Experiences and Mobile Bar Hires
Welcome to TT Liquor, a multi-faceted establishment for all things related to cocktails, spirits, and high-quality alcoholic beverages. We offer an extensive range of experiences – from cocktail making classes and tasting experiences to mobile bar hires.
Our Shoreditch home also boasts an intimate cellar cocktail bar and a specialist liquor store selling our handpicked selection of fine liquors, beverages and specialist equipment. Each month we also collaborate with up-and-coming chefs to take over our kitchen and provide guests with immersive dining experiences and carefully designed cocktail pairings.
All our experiences can be hosted at TT Liquor on Kingsland Road or at an external venue of your choice. We can cater for groups of almost any size and events of any type.Get in touch
Call us on. 02031 312 706
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Call us on. 02031 312 706
We’ve got a packed schedule of screenings coming your way over the next couple of months. Have a browse of what to expect and see what takes your fancy:
18th June – Casino Royale Martini Day Screening: We’re marking the eve of Martini Day with an evening of appreciation for the most infamous of Martini-sippers, 007 himself, through a screening of the critically-acclaimed Casino Royale.
25th June – A Bigger Splash Negroni Week Screening: Together with mixed drink masters Campari, we thought we’d mark Negroni Tuesday with this Italian-infused, beautifully-shot drama courtesy of director Luca Guadagnino.
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March was another action-packed month of public cocktail making classes in Shoreditch, as we welcomed hundreds of budding cocktail gurus through our liquor store doors.
We’re grateful to all of you who come to see us – whether that’s for a cocktail masterclass or another of our range of alcohol-related events and experiences.
So read on and check out some of our favourite reviews and testimonials from the last 30 days..
“An awesome crew, easy going and craft great drinks! The cocktail masterclass was a lot of fun, my wife and I learned some serious cocktail party skills! 🙂 Thanks guys!” – Johnathan Grayson, Google.
“Did the cocktail making class, was brilliant. Cocktails were absolutely delightful. We will definitely make the cocktails at home.” – Jenny, Local Guide, Google.
What better way to learn about some of your favourite liquids and brands than by head distillers, brewers, and brand owners themselves imparting their pearls of wisdom face to face in an intimate environment? To that end, we’re pleased to announce that, in 2019, we will be introducing a brand-new experience down in our Cellar Bar, tucked behind our Liquor Store on Kingsland Road – Tasting Sessions.
Guests will be treated to a showcase of some of the highest-quality new spirits and beers, with a carefully curated range of the most interesting independent and London-based distillers. These sessions will be led by those best placed to impart their considerable wisdom – the head distillers and master blenders themselves – and will feature some of the most exciting emerging brands in the capital and beyond.
A Tasting Session, at a cost of £10 per head, will involve a cocktail created by our expert bar team, followed by a guided tasting of the base spirit itself down in our subterranean vaults. First up in our roster is… (read more)
Our Reserved Range has been designed to give people the opportunity to purchase an ever-changing selection of rare and discontinued bottles from around the world on a monthly basis.
We will be releasing these bottles using a raffle system, entry to which can be done via the form below, or face-to-face via sign up cards in the shop. Winners will be announced on the last Friday of each month.
April 26th: Hibiki 12yr – £150.00
May 31st: Pappy Van Winkle 20yr – £250.00
June 28th: Hakushu 12yr – £130.00
July 26th: Pappy Van Winkle 23yr – £290.00
August 30th: W.L Weller 12yr Discontinued Bottle – £120.00
September 27th: Hibiki 17yr – £410.00
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Two and a half years after setting themselves up in a small bakery in Dalston, Maia Rossi, Alessia Mastroleo, and head-chef Dave Grigo, are trying to change the face of Italian cooking with their new set up near Dalston Square, the Macaroni Liberation Front. We caught up wth Maia on a sunny December afternoon, just as the lunchtime rush was coming to an end, and talked tradition, British culture, and the art of rebellion.
Hi! Thanks for talking to us. So if you could start off by giving us your name and how you’d best describe what it is you do:
Hi! Thank you guys – we love what you do and it is a pleasure talking about this crazy industry with you. My name is Maia, and together with my best friend and business partner, Alessia, we started up a lovely Italian bakery – named Donna Fugassa – two years and an half ago in Dalston.
So you’ve recently set up the Macaroni Liberation Front here in Dalston, but you’ve been in the culinary industry for quite some time … (read more)
Dave Mulligan, owner of Bán Poitín, popped into our bottle shop on Kingsland Road to have a chat about his brand, where it’s headed, the trials and tribulations of being an independent business owner in the drinks industry, and giving poitín a permanent home..
So Dave, what’s your current day to day with running Bán Poitín?
I’m definitely a bit of a one-man band on the ground. I handle everything from sales, social media, dealing with distributors, bars, and press amongst other things. I have amazing production partners at the Echlinville Distillery in Northern Ireland, so all distilling and assembly is looked after over there. The forward-facing side of the business is all done by me, however, so there’s a lot of stuff to deal with. We actively sell in France, the UK and Ireland so I have a few markets to cover. And then there’s the day to day – you wouldn’t believe how much time you spend answering emails when you could be out doing other stuff … (read more)
Since March 2018, we’ve been hosting monthly film nights – as well as one-off screenings and other events – in our 52-seater cinema space, tucked away behind our specialist liquor store at our multi-faceted venue on Kingsland Road.
Drawing upon our dual passions, for movies and for mixed drinks, the basic concept has been that we will choose a cult classic as an office to show every fortnight and then task our bar team to mix up a classic (or not so classic) cocktail inspired by the themes, aesthetics, and characters of the film in question.
The room’s decor is in tune with the rest of the building, with oak-panelled walls, low-hanging lanterns throwing out atmospheric orange hues, and row upon row of reclaimed vintage cinema seats that we rescued from a derelict Welsh provincial theatre. These quirky touches are paired off nicely with modern, up-to-date technological fittings such as HD projection, Dolby surround sound, and a cinema-quality projector screen to ensure the general viewing experience is as professional and seamless as possible. It’s close proximity to the lounge bar is also handy – ensuring that a refreshing libation is never further than a few steps away. Click here for full listings.
Our independent cinema space is the busiest it has been since opening in the spring of 2018, as has been demonstrated by the wide variety of events we’ve held over the past couple of months alone. We’ve seen a bit of everything – from film festivals exploring themes from love and the mysteries of human attraction, to premieres of documentaries about the early days of skateboarding, basketball and hip-hop culture on the streets of New York City.
It’s been enlightening and humbling in equal measure to welcome so many faces through our doors, and we hope to continue on the same track! We kicked things off in style on 18th November by welcoming an icon of the New York street scene, Bobbito Garcia, for the London premiere of his brand-new documentary flick, Rock Rubber 45s. The film is a cinematic odyssey which explores the connectivity of global basketball, trainer/sneaker(?) culture, and music through the first-hand lens of Bobbito, the cultural orchestrator, himself. It charts his journey, from a youth dealing with mistreatment, educational issues, identity, and loss, and his ascension to self-determination and influence … (read more)