Edible cocktails in sweet form? Are we in heaven?

You need to visit this incredible boozy sweet shop. Finally, alcohol and sweeties combine to make magic happen!

boozy sweet shop

Smith & Sinclair alcoholic sweets

Boozy confectioners Smith & Sinclair are bringing a unique style of cocktail bar to Carnaby Street this March. Their experimental Tanqueray Gin bar, The Flavour Rooms, offers the wildest Willy Wonka-meets-alcohol experience imaginable.

boozy sweet shop

Create your own boozy Dib Dabs

The bar serves edible cocktails in the form of all your favourite sweets! There are gin-infused lollipops, pastilles and pick ‘n’ mix. And a wall of alcoholic sherbets allows visitors to create their own cocktail sherbet Dib Dabs. Choose from 22 incredible flavours, and combine to make your own!

boozy sweet shop

Alcohol infused sherbet!

The adult-only, boozy sweet shop also has a range of cocktail infused vapours and perfumes. What are they? Essentially, it’s booze in a perfume bottle, which you can spritz on your sweeties (or just straight onto your tongue). “Up to 80% of our taste is smell”, Smith & Sinclair point out on their site, and their perfumes are designed to enhance your taste experience.

This magical bar combining our two favourite things (sweets and booze) is open between March 3 and April 2.

Since its set to be a hugely popular pop-up, we recommend advance bookings.

Don’t miss out on this unique experience! The Flavour Rooms are taking bookings now.

Want some more boozy sweet treats?

SugarSin in Covent Garden has a range of cocktail candies, including prosecco gummies! Because who wouldn’t want their pick ‘n’ mix to be infused with a bit of bubbly?

SugarSin Covent Garden @sugarsin

And with the days getting warmer look forward to the return of the BBQ with these alcoholic ice lollys! Pops offers a range of grown-up ice lollys, including Classic Champagne, Bellini Prosecco & Peach, and also a limited edition Moscow Mule.

Pops @popspoparazzi

Snacking really doesn’t get any naughtier!

 

Words: Annie Simon