Set sail with Wood’s Navy Rum’s summer pop-up…

What to Expect

Sip on rum cocktails, set sail on a barge, and feast on seafood from London Shell Co, from 5 June till 30 July.

What to Drink

One-to-watch Kentish Town cocktail bar Ladies & Gentlemen will showcase a Wood’s Navy Rum menu with a few twists.

From the Mai Tai, Pina Colada Slushy and Zombie in the Wood’s, to a range of new drinks.

Try the Jungle Bird Twist, a mix of Wood’s Navy Rum, Jamaican rum, pineapple, orgeat, lemon and house aperitif blend. If sweet and sour if your thing, like us, then the Out of the Wood’s cocktail is for you – combining Wood’s Navy Rum, absinthe, lime, sugar, dry curacao and amaro di angostura.

What to Eat

London Shell Co serves fresh seafood, inspired by Mediterranean cuisine with a British twist, from pickled Cornish shellfish salad, to crispy cuttle fish with aioli.

Don’t Miss

The Wood’s Greenheart Grog cocktail is themed on the traditional ‘grog’ invented for seafarers in 1740. Mixing Wood’s Navy Rum, pink grapefruit juice, lime juice, honey and ginger beer. The cocktail’s ‘greenheart’ element pays tribute to the 250-year old Versailles still made from greenheart wood and used to make part of Wood’s Navy Rum.

Best for

Kick back and relax on the canal bank and soak up the summer sun with a Wood’s cocktail in hand, or get onboard the Wood’s barge .

Wood’s Navy Rum Shack | Goods Way, King’s Cross N1C 4BH

(Directly opposite The Lighterman Restaurant)

Opening hours: Midday – midnight, 5 June – 30 July.

Those looking to explore London’s weaving canal network can book tickets to enjoy an hour-long tour on the Wood’s barge. Tickets are available to purchase here and are priced at £15 per person for the tour, this price includes a Wood’s cocktail.

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