Searcys Restaurant & Champagne Bar at St Pancras International has revealed its latest festive fancy, the most expensive mulled wine in the UK, Cinnamoney Spiced Wine.
The drink, which costs £60 per glass, is made to order and has been specially developed by the bar’s senior mixologists and renowned food and drink writer, Matthew Fort.
Along with familiar mulling spices such as cloves, bay leaves and cinnamon sticks, Cinnamoney Spiced Wine contains Lanson Pére et Fils Champagne, Muscat De Beaumes de Venise dessert wine, Blanche de Normandie Calvados all on the base of full bodied, Chateau des Gravieres Bordeaux wine.
Peter Alderin, general manager of Searcys at St Pancras International, said: “Mulled wine is a staple of the festive period but this year we wanted to create something slightly different that brought together the finest ingredients from France and the UK.
“As with any good mulled wine, the base flavour is the full bodied and rich, Chateau des Gravieres Bordeaux wine that comes from Northern France.
“Lanson Pere et Fils Champagne - with its five different types of grapes and warm honey tones – and Blanche de Normandie cidre add a light and fresh tone while the Muscat dessert wine brings a touch of sweetness and the perfect finish!”
Cinnamoney Spiced Wine is only on sale at Searcys Champagne Bar at St Pancras International until December 31st.