Distrikt, the underground dwelling on Duncan Street, has become one of the United Kingdom’s most versatile venues continuously transforming itself from mouth watering tapas in the early hours then as the sun goes down the Distrikt takes its true form as an ahead of the curve, ground breaking subterranean European styled club. What separates distrikt from any restaurant or club is the relentless chase for perfection, wether it be in the ever changing tapas menu, pursuit of the newest and best electronic music or there second to none back bar that continues to develop, coupled with a cocktail menu so bespoke it could make a Saville row tailor happy.
We are hard to find tucked away on Duncan street but finding us is half of the allure.
The history of J. Wray and Nephew began in 1825 when company founder John Wray opened ‘The Shakespeare Tavern’ in Kingston, Jamaica. Kingston grew steadily and eventually became Jamaica’s capital in 1877, and The Shakespeare Tavern became highly regarded.
At the International Exhibition held in London in 1862, J. Wray and Nephew won three gold medals for its 10-, 15- and 25-year-old rums.
Going forward from here wray and nephew continued to earn respect around the world eventually scooping up Appleton estate in doing so cementing themselves as a titan among rum companies.
Now as a part of Campari U.K. Wray and nephew covers the globe, with an estimated 90% of all run sales In Jamaica.
A shout back to the famed "enforcer".
Wray & Nephew, Appleton, Mango, Lemon, Roast Pineapple, BBQ Bitters
Inspired by the first woman to hold a master distiller position in a rum plant.
Wray & Nephew, Lemon, Watermelon, Sugarcane, Blackcurrant Liquor, Vimto Syrup
A Jamaican hangover cure, twisted Bloody Mary with rum and Jamaican hot peeper sauce and spices.
Wray & Nephew, Jamaican Spice, Tomato, Campari, Plantain, Lemon
Paying homage to the birth place of Jamaican rum and its rise to popularity.
Wray & Nephew, Appleton, Lychee, Raspberry Powder, Lemon, Egg white