A top London cocktail bar based in Shoreditch, the Worship Street Whistling Shop is something rather special indeed. “Combining the charm of Victorian squalor with the elegance of grand Gin Palaces”, they have set new standards in molecular mixology and innovative use of home-made ingredients since opening back in 2011. WS2, as it is also neatly known, was in fact Fluid Movement’s second bar, set up by Tristan Stephenson, Thomas Aske, Matt Whiley and Bryan Pietersen, with the the highly talented Ryan Chetiyawarda heading up the bar. (The first was the excellent Purl in Marylebone.)
In 2012, the core ingredient to the Worship Street Whistling Shop’s signature cocktail, the Black Cat's Martini, was produced and released in partnership with Master of Malt. This product was, of course, the excellent Cream Gin, an updated version of a Victorian classic that’s cold-distilled using fresh cream as a botanical. Now followed by Jagertee Liqueur and Acid Phosphate, you can expect these exciting and truly groundbreaking releases to keep on coming!