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You can go on a cocktail trail across the city as part of The Manchester Flower Show, The Manc

You can go on a cocktail trail across the city as part of The Manchester Flower Show

14 of Manchester’s popular bars, restaurants, and hotels are taking part in the trail by serving up floral-themed cocktails.

Manchester will bloom into one of the most picturesque places in the country this week, as the annual Manchester Flower Show returns for 2022.

This year, the huge event – which is brought to the city by Manchester BID – coincides with the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and her 70 years on the throne, and so, in a bid to appropriately celebrate, you can expect to see fabulous Royal-inspired floral trails, gardens, and green installations take over the city centre for the extended bank holiday weekend.

Floral installations named The Crown Jewels, Queen Bee, and The Ju-bee-lee Garden are just some of the Royal-themed installations festival-goers can expect to see as they make their way around the city centre.

Taking place from Thursday 2 – Sunday 5 June, The Manchester Flower Show will also see shop windows, squares, and statues will be given botanical makeovers beyond the official trail, and there’s even an array of alfresco drink and dining options taking place throughout the event too.

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Read more: The Manchester Flower Show will return to the city centre this week

But one of the stand-out events for those partial to a tipple or two is undoubtedly The Manchester Flower Shower Cocktail Trail.

14 of Manchester’s popular bars, restaurants, and hotels are taking part in the trail by serving up floral-themed cocktails especially for the occasion, and it means drinks lovers can make their way around all four corners of the city centre, sipping cocktails in the sunshine along the way.

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Read more: Incredible flower displays will take over Manchester on a Jubilee Trail

Fancy it then?

Here’s a round-up of all the cocktails on offer as part of 2022’s edition of The Manchester Flower Show Cocktail Trail.

All Bar One

Tarqueenie – £10.25

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This cocktail mixes Tarquin’s Raspberry & Rhubarb gin, Martini Bianco, Fever-Tree Raspberry & Orange Blossom Soda, and is garnished with lemon and raspberries.

Freixenet x Chambord Berry Spritz – £10.50

Also at All Bar One, this cocktail collaboration mixes Chambord, Freixenet Prosecco and Soda, and is garnished with raspberry and mint.

El Gato Negro

Violet Flower

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This delicate cocktail mixes gin and violette liqueur, and is flavoured with lemon and cranberry.

Franco Manca

Aperol Spritz – £6.75

King Street restaurant Franco Manca has gone with the Italian classic of Aperol Spritz – which mixes Aperol and Prosecco, and is garnished with an orange slice

Grand Pacific Manchester

Royal Bloom – £9

Described as a “bouquet of flavours”, this cocktail pairs violet and orange liquors, with a hint of fresh lemon.

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Habas

Raspberry & Rose Spritz 

This cocktail combines Belsazar rose, elderflower liqueur, pomegranate and rose syrup, and lemon juice, and is topped with Fever Tee raspberry and rose soda.

Harvey Nichols x Manchester Gin Bar

The Summer Garden Spritz – £8

This is a floral and bright take on an Aperol Spritz, featuring Manchester Gin Raspberry Infused Gin and Forty-Five Vermouth Radiant Rose.

Harvey Nichols Second Floor Deli Bar

The Lilibet – £14

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This cocktail mixes Ramsbury Single Estate Gin, Belsazar Rosé Vermouth, Boudier Créme de Fraises, and Harvey Nichols Brut Champagne.

KALA Bistro

Blooming Beautiful

This floral cocktail mixes Żubrówka Bison Grass Vodka, St Germain Elderflower, and Jasmine Tea, and is garnished with lemon and basil.

Miller & Carter

Miller & Carter French Martini – £8.25

This cocktail is made from Ciroc Pinapple vodka, Chambord Black Raspberry liqueur, and pineapple juice that is shaken and served straight up.

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Pot Kettle Black

Grapefruit Gin Spritz

Barton Arcade favourite PKB’s is serving up a sparkling cocktail with gin, Campari, and grapefruit juice that is topped with soda.

Rosso

Malaka’s Mirakle

This cocktail mixes Johnnie Walker Blue Label Whisky, Italicus Rosolio Bergamot Liqueur, Muyu Jasmine Verte Liqueur, and Cedar Mist

Rosso says it’s a celebration of craftsmanship, achievement, excellence, exploration, and boundary breaking, with over 21 unique flavours combined and finished with floral fruits in modernised Old Fashioned delicacy.

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Starbucks

Strawberry Acai Refresher

For those looking to ditch the alcohol, the St Ann’s Square branch of Starbucks is serving up a hydrating drink of sweet strawberry flavours that is accented by acai notes, and is shaken with real strawberries.

You can go on a cocktail trail across the city as part of The Manchester Flower Show, The Manc
Drinks lovers can make their way around all four corners of the city centre to sip cocktails in the sunshine / Credit: The Manc Group

Tast Catala

Primavera

King Street restaurant Tast Catala says its fruity and refreshing cocktail tastes “just like Spring”, and it’s a mix of green apple, Midori, lemon juice, and soda.

UrbanPlayground

Royal Garden – £9

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Even one of Manchester Arndale’s newest residents, Urban Playground, is getting in on the cocktail trail action this year, with a cocktail that mixes Hendricks, Apple & Cinnamon Shrub, and elderflower and cucumber tonic.

Featured Image – The Manc Group

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