One of the world’s finest bars is popping up in London this month

The award-winning Swedish bar, Linje Tio, well-known for its assortment of crafted cocktails, is opening a pop-up location in London this month.

The bar was chosen as one of many high 50 within the world by World’s Best Bars in 2017. Image by Linje Tio

Opening from 31 January to 7 February at The Den and 100 Wardour Street in Soho, the drinks menus will function a few of Linje Tio’s well-known creations, together with a Scandinavian tackle the pina colada – a cocktail referred to as Beets By Tjoget, which options beet-infused Absolut Vodka, coconut syrup, ginger, lemon, and nutmeg, and Open Sesame, a mixture of Blanton’s Bourbon, Swedish punch, Café Borghetti, espresso, and sesame syrup. Other cocktails on the menu will embody La Belle Epoque, a mixture of Pierre Ferrand Cognac Amber, absinthe, lemon, and sugar, topped off with champagne, La Nuit, that includes cognac, sherry, orange and cinnamon bitters with capers, and So Fresh So Clean, a non-alcoholic concoction of Seedlip Garden, coconut syrup, rosemary tincture, lemon and grapefruit.

The menu will be available both at The Den in Soho and next door at 100 Wardour Street.
The menu will likely be accessible each at The Den in Soho and subsequent door at 100 Wardour Street. Image by Linje Tio

“We are thrilled that the team at Linje Tio will be joining us at the end of January to offer our clientele the chance to sample their incredible drinks. We can’t wait for them to bring their Scandinavian spirit over to London, and we’re sure they’ll wow guests with their unique, artisanal menu,” stated Leslie Kwarteng, Senior General Manager of The Den and 100 Wardour Street.

The pop-up will be open for one week.
The pop-up will likely be open for one week. Image by Linje Tio

The Stockholm-based Linje Tio was chosen by World’s Best Bars as certainly one of their high 50 picks for 2017, the primary ever bar in Sweden to safe a spot.

More data on visiting the pop-up is offered on the official The Den web site.

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